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Son scores four as Spurs thrash Southampton

Today at 15:07 PM, via BBC News

Son Heung-min scores four goals in a stunning display as Tottenham secure their first Premier League win of the season by thrashing Southampton.

Africa

Fire ravages Uganda’s top university

Today at 13:37 PM, via The Citizen

Makerere University was established in 1922 as a humble technical school, but today is one of Africa’s oldest and most prestigious English universities.

Business

SANRAL urges toll decision, Sunday Times says

Today at 14:35 PM, via Fin24

According to Sunday Times Sanral CEO Skhumbuzo Macozoma said the decision on whether to keep the system or scrap it rests with President Cyril Ramaphosa’s cabinet.

Politics

DA calls for Parliament to fully resume business

Today at 13:49 PM, via SABC News

The Democratic Alliance (DA) wants Parliament to fully resume business as the country starts to ease COVID-19 lockdown regulations to Alert Level 1.

Education

Kenya: Learners to Be Back in Class On October 19

Today at 12:19 PM, via AllAfrica

[Nation] Schools will open on October 19 while Standard Eight and Form Four learners will sit their national exams in April 2021 if the government adopts proposals by a committee appointed by Education Cabinet Secretary George Magoha.

Lifestyle

Tsitsikamma National Park showcases SA’s natural heritage

Today at 03:19 AM, via SABC News

This month marks tourism month and a domestic travel campaign is underway. As South Africa moves to level one of the national lockdown, there is a big push to get the tourism industry up to speed. It’s also Tourism Month, and the Department of Tourism activated its domestic travel campaign in the Eastern Cape.

Lifestyle

Your daily Horoscope for 20 September 2020

Today at 01:00 AM, via The South African

Wondering what the day has in store for your star sign? Here’s a quick glance at horoscopes and more for today – completely free!

Science/Tech

Could Smart Technology Help Save the World’s Honey Bees?

Today at 15:34 PM, via Slashdot

CNN Business reports:Climate change, intensive agriculture, and the use of pesticides and fungicides in farming is ravaging the world’s bees. Commercial beekeepers in the United States lost 44% of their managed colonies in 2019, according to research from the University of Maryland. Now, technology startups are developing smart devices that give beekeepers access to detailed information about...