It's a golden opportunity to train pupils to see behind all the claptrap and lies Eskom and politicians are feeding us
Once you’ve seen that bit with the B-grade Tomi Lahren talking about Hendrik Verwoerd as a ‘philosopher’, the rest surely pales into insignificance. And where AfriForum is involved, things can get ...
Gary Goldberg is a loser and Mark Bristow's leadership is anaemic, according to each other
It means making provision for vulnerable workers in the energy sector, to make sure the move toward a low-carbon economy is done in a way that protects jobs and the environment
The hypocrisy of the ANC siding with the oppressor regime in Venezuela is cringeworthy, writes Tony Leon
West, who has been criticised for his support of Trump, stunned the world when he got the chance to meet the The Donald in person
For Williams to then say “let’s not boo anymore” to a crowd she had swept into a disapproving frenzy with her outrageous tantrum smacked of Donald Trump at his worst
The man in the grocery store was right. We’ve gone to hell in a hand basket. And I’m not sure when, or if, we’re coming back
It means making provision for vulnerable workers in the energy sector, to make sure the move toward a low-carbon economy is done in a way that protects jobs ...
The gas condensate is likely to be turned into liquids — for which SA has limited infrastructure — and used locally rather than exported
The petrochemical plant supports a serval population density far greater than any other site on record across the entire range of the species
The carmaker, IBM and other companies have joined forces in the first blockchain project to monitor cobalt supplies from the Democratic Republic of Congo
Religion and socio-cultural issues play a part, but so does mistrust of the medical industry, writes Harriet Etheredge
The billionaire philanthropist is betting big that a reinvention of the most essential of conveniences can deliver $200bn-plus in savings
Jack Rogers considers Bitcoin’s beginnings, and what the future might hold for the cryptocurrency and its rivals
'Hyperion has a mass 1 million billion times greater than the sun and is so distant that it is viewed from earth as it looked billions of years ago'
Scientists at the University of Tokyo wanted to create a strong magnetic field, but they got way more than they expected.
Why would a moth use its proboscis to drink the tears from a sleeping bird's eye?
'Anyone who wants to take on state-owned oligopolies in operating rail services, trading most farm products or building ships is also welcome to try their luck'
'The 2018 World Cup is the first since 1954 in which there haven’t been any scoreless draws in the first 20 games'
'We can observe a gap between the haves and the have-nots: namely between those who are already using future technologies and those who are not'
'Apple is now essentially forcing people to repeatedly decide whether they will allow Facebook to track information on their web browser actions'
The automated braking that might have prevented the death of pedestrian Elaine Herzberg had been switched off “to reduce the potential for erratic vehicle ...
'Zuckerberg ably deflected any challenges to Facebook's hungry data collection and the fine-tuned targeted advertising based on that data'
Get ready for an exciting career as a data hygienist
'Amazon is a company that's doing exactly what he says he wants American companies to do. It's creating jobs, not just tech jobs in Seattle but blue-collar ...
'The era when humans interacted mainly by gathering in physical space, or maintained personal networks through one-to-one connections, has drawn to a close'
'In 2017, Facebook scooped up $40 billion of ad revenue with 2.1 billion users, or $19.05 for each one'
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