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South Africa

Minister welcomes collaboration in biodiversity conservation

Today at 09:04 AM, via SAnews

Private reserves on the western boundary of the Kruger National Park and government have committed to working together on a number of areas, including tackling wildlife crime, enhancing transformation and improving the local economy.


Unions reject Eskom wage deal and plan more protests: report

Today at 09:56 AM, via BusinessTech

The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) and the National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) have rejected Eskom’s latest proposal of a 7% wage increase, and now plan to embark on further protest action against the power utility.


Balancing risk vs reward in no-code, low-code

Today at 09:38 AM, via ITWeb

Despite the many benefits no-code, low-code and open source tools offer, there are downsides to these tools if they are not managed well.


MIT Proposes Brazil-Sized Fleet of ‘Space Bubbles’ To Cool the Earth

Today at 09:00 AM, via Slashdot

A group of MIT researchers is exploring a radical idea for reversing global warming: using a raft of “space bubbles” to reflect sunlight away from our planet. Freethink reports: The copious amounts of greenhouse gasses humans have been releasing into the air ever since the Industrial Revolution are forming a sort of blanket around our planet, trapping heat in the atmosphere and causing global...