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MONDAY, 08 AUGUST 2022, 07:32


SACP celebrates its 101 anniversary in Mpumalanga

Yesterday at 14:44 PM, via SABC News

The South African Communist Party (SACP) is celebrating its one hundred and first anniversary at the KaNyamazane Stadium east of Mbombela in Mpumalanga. The party’s general secretary Solly Mapaila is expected to deliver the main address. The SACP national organiser Mhlekwa Nxumalo says Mapila will outline the outcome of the party’s congress that was held […]


Opposition parties react to Sihle Zikalala’s resignation

Saturday at 19:56 PM, via SABC News

Opposition parties in KwaZulu-Natal have responded with concern to the news of outgoing premier Sihle Zikalala’s resignation. Yesterday, Zikalala addressed the media where he confirmed this and took stock of his time as Premier. IFP president Velenkosini Hlabisa says they hope Zikalala’s resignation will not cause further instability in the provincial government. Hlabisa says there […]


Universities will adjust to lower exam results in England, says minister

Today at 01:01 AM, via The Guardian

Government seeks to reassure pupils taking GCSEs and A-levels after sharp rises in grades during pandemic

The government has sought to allay pupils’ fears over GCSE and A-level results, which are expected to be lower in England this summer after two years of record increases, reassuring them that universities will “adjust accordingly”.

The schools minister Will Quince said it was important to...


Could learning algebra in my 60s make me smarter?

Yesterday at 14:00 PM, via The Guardian

New Yorker writer Alec Wilkinson struggled with maths at school, finding inspiration in literature instead. But aged 65, in the hope of unlocking a new part of his brain, he decided to put the limits of his intelligence to the test

I don’t see how it can harm me now to reveal that I only passed math in high school because I cheated. I could add and subtract and multiply and divide, but I...


An Oxford college is about to link itself to a bikini airline. Now that’s what I call classy | Catherine Bennett

Yesterday at 09:00 AM, via The Guardian

There’s a Faustian element to Linacre’s £155m deal with a Vietnamese billionaire

We are assured by officials at Oxford’s Linacre College that heaps of due diligence mean it’s fine for this proudly sustainable establishment to rename itself, in exchange for £155m, after a Russian-educated Vietnamese airline billionaire, Nguyen Thi Phuong Thao. The Department for Education is now similarly...


Today’s Love Horoscope for 08 August 2022

Today at 06:00 AM, via The South African

Wondering what romance has in store for your star sign? Here’s a quick glance at your love horoscopes for today – completely free!


Horoscopes for 08 August 2022 – Monday

Today at 06:00 AM, via The South African

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


Google sued for dropping free Workspace apps

Today at 07:24 AM, via MyBroadband

Alphabet Inc.’s Google was sued by an early adopter of its Workspace cloud productivity software who claims the company reneged on a promise to provide it with free access to the program for life.


Elon Musk asks why SEC is not investigating Twitter’s bot claims

Today at 07:17 AM, via MyBroadband

Responding to a thread initiated by another user, Musk said the deal to buy the company “should proceed on original terms” if Twitter would provide their method for sampling accounts and confirm them to be genuine.


Hackers take down UK emergency services system

Today at 07:05 AM, via MyBroadband

A major cyber attack is delaying response times on the NHS 111 telephone service in the UK that’s used for medical emergencies, the Telegraph reported.


Bagnaia wins British MotoGP, Brad Binder 11th

Yesterday at 16:22 PM, via The Citizen

Pole-sitter Johann Zarco was the big loser as the French rider crashed on the fifth lap while leading as he chased his first victory in the top category.