Top astronomers handpick the Hubble Space Telescope image that has the most scientific relevance to them
The International Monetary Fund says environmental costs and taxes borne by society for fossil fuels are R63-trillion a year, or R2-million a second.
A new app is doing wonders for Pirelli’s administration, and some of its internal calendar settings.
Those suffering abuse, threats, or generally unpleasant behaviour on Twitter – of which is there is much – may welcome Zero Trollerance, an initiative that aims to tackle trolls.
Had it not been for Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa putting his foot down, City Press reports, Gauteng E-toll users would have been paying much more.
The Cabinet is finally to see the nuclear deal that the South African government signed with Russia.
The ANC has said retirement savings may be the answer to the state-owned power utility financial woes
No load shedding
There is currently no load shedding
The first of a total of forty Cuban engineers have arrived in the Free State on Sunday, with the rest expected to arrive on Monday
Nuclear critic Earthlife Africa argues that South Africa’s new power plants are another arms deal scandal waiting to happen
Three teenagers from South Africa have claimed grand awards at the 2015 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair.
Eskom announced on Sunday that it will implement stage 1 load shedding from 07:00 to 22:00
Eskom will implement Stage 2 load shedding from 07:00 until 22:00 this evening, Saturday, 23 May 2015
The March 2015 Effective Measure statistics show that South Africa’s top websites served over 1 billion pages per month.
MTN says it has taken the Communication Workers Union (CWU) to the Johannesburg Labour Court for allegedly blocking entrances to the company’s offices and intimidating staff.
MTN has announced a new promotion offering 10GB of free data for a month to stream from its video-on-demand service, MTN FrontRow
The DA has revealed that the SABC spends R3 million a year on its own choir, which sings praise songs to its company head.
MultiChoice is extending the footprint of the South African public broadcaster’s 24-hour TV news channel, SABC News