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South Africa

Eastern Cape accident claims seven lives

Today at 07:12 AM, via SABC News

Seven people have been killed in a collision between a truck and a car on the N2 between Dutywa and Butterworth in the Eastern Cape.


Nigeria lifts four-month ban on new mobile subscriptions

Friday at 16:49 PM, via News24

Nigeria will restart issuing new mobile subscriptions from next week, the government said, four months after it halted the process in an attempt to curb growing insecurity in the country.


F1 in Africa: The fast and the fragile

Friday at 15:18 PM, via BBC News

The story of the first South African Grand Prix, and the nail-biting title showdown between Graham Hill and Jim Clark.


Lungisa to study High Court ruling

Today at 01:00 AM, via SABC News

Former Nelson Mandela Bay African National Congress (ANC) councillor, Andile Lungisa says he is studying the ruling by the High Court in Gqeberha, that he must pay R844 000 in damages to Democratic Alliance (DA) councillor Rayno Kayser.


Anger as Ace alters step-aside rules

Yesterday at 21:00 PM, via Mail & Guardian

Outraged provincial secretaries called for a meeting with LuthuliHouse after the ANC secretary general broadened the NEC’s step-aside resolution


Rise in students asking to repeat year after campus shutdowns

Today at 11:00 AM, via The Guardian

Final exam worries grow with in-person teaching still banned at universities in England

Anxiety is mounting among students who are feeling underprepared for their final exams after more than 12 months of major disruption, with some universities reporting that more students than usual are asking to repeat the year.

Students in England were told last week that those who are not studying for...


How Meghan took part in Prince Philip’s funeral from afar

Today at 08:57 AM, via Times Live

While Prince Harry attended his grandfather Prince Philip’s UK funeral in person, his pregnant wife, Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, reportedly watched the proceedings from the pair’s home in California.


Vodka, toothpaste, yoga mats … the new technology making items out of thin air

Today at 10:15 AM, via The Guardian

An exhibition at London’s Science Museum shows how far carbon capture research has come

Tackling climate change may bring unexpected benefits, London’s Science Museum will reveal next month. A special exhibition on carbon capture, the fledgling technology of extracting greenhouse gases from the atmosphere and emissions from factories, will display bottles of vodka, tubes of toothpaste, pens...


Oracle cuts Eskom IT support

Today at 09:34 AM, via MyBroadband

Software giant Oracle has cut Eskom off from essential technical services the utility has previously said were crucial to its operations.


How To Clean Your Patio

Today at 05:22 AM, via New York Times

Sprucing up for spring includes giving your lawn furniture the cleaning it deserves.


Things To Do At Home

Today at 04:41 AM, via New York Times

This week, tune in to a drag-queen story hour, learn about equity in the cannabis industry with Snoop Dogg or listen to a conversation with the journalist Don Lemon.


Sour fig harvesting provides income for communities

Thursday at 14:01 PM, via CapeNature

CapeNature celebrates International Plant Appreciation Day this year by highlighting the important role that indigenous plants play in the livelihood of communities. The special calendar day falls on 13 April every year and is aimed at highlighting the importance of plants in our daily lives. Much of human nutrition depends on land plants, either directly […]