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SATURDAY, 04 DECEMBER 2021, 15:47


Fort Calata Foundation says NPA missed deadline in Cradock Four murder prosecution decision

Yesterday at 16:22 PM, via SABC News

The Fort Calata Foundation says it’s is deeply disappointed by National Director of Public Prosecutions, advocate Shamila Batohi, who they say missed the deadline set by her own office to provide the families of Fort Calata, Matthew Goniwe, Sparro Mkonto and Sicelo Mhauli with a prosecutorial decision in relation to their murder


SEC Championship: Can Georgia beat Alabama?

Today at 15:02 PM, via CNN

The 2021 NCAA college football season has looked a lot different than 2020: stadiums are packed with fans, the tailgates, the marching bands and the cheerleaders are back, too.


Cameroon: Act to Save Children Living Precarious Lives in Forgotten and Neglected Conflict

Today at 15:10 PM, via AllAfrica

[IPS] Yaoundé — Education is under attack in Cameroon. As one of the most complex humanitarian crises in the world unfolds, Education Cannot Wait’s director Yasmine Sherif and the Secretary-General of the Norwegian Refugee Council, Jan Egeland, say the children are pawns for grown men in a political conflict.


Revealed: how grammar schools are expanding – by taking pupils who fail the 11-plus

Today at 10:45 AM, via The Guardian

Critics say disadvantaged children are losing out in England as selective schools find creative ways to poach students

It’s a glorious late autumn day at Herne Bay high school in Kent, and boys and girls in red tops are playing sport on neat artificial pitches, but the principal, Jon Boyes, is looking into the distance, pointing out a piece of land on the other side of the road. If the local...


These Are Our Favorite Hair Straighteners

Today at 15:00 PM, via Wired

Curls and waves are beautiful. But when you want to smooth them out, these hot tools—irons, brushes, and combs—work wonders.


Israel Halts Disputed Omicron Tracing Through Phone Surveillance

Today at 15:00 PM, via Slashdot

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Reuters: Israel said on Thursday it was halting the use of mobile phone tracing to curb the spread of the new coronavirus variant Omicron, a practice that had been challenged by privacy watchdogs. Prime Minister Naftali Bennett’s government authorized the surveillance technology, which matches virus carriers’ locations against other mobile phones nearby...


Omicron and Travel: So, Now Do I Need Trip Insurance?

Yesterday at 20:35 PM, via New York Times

In light of the new variant, is extra protection warranted for things like flight and lodging cancellations and quarantine hotels? It depends. Here’s what you need to know.