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How to fix South Africa in three simple steps

Economist Dawie Roodt has provided three simple steps to fix South Africa and create a better future for the country.

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Computer system analyst extortion case back in court

Two men who allegedly tried to extort $1m from investment holding company Telesure will appear in the Johannesburg Specialised Commercial Crimes Court on Tuesday.

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Unisa will let struggling students write open-book exams at home

The University of South Africa will allow certain students to write open-book tests in order help them graduate.

1995 - 2015

Prices in South Africa – 1995 versus 2015

MyBroadband takes a look at how the price of a Big Mac, Internet access, mobile phones, cellphone calls, and petrol have changed over the past 20 years.

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Infrasonic weapon caused TB Joshua’s church collapse: Nigerian academic

An “infrasonic weapon” caused the collapse of a church’s guest house in Lagos where 81 South Africans were killed last year.

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E-learning is not a “silver bullet”

Traditional teaching should happen in conjunction with technology solutions that benefit the process of learning and teaching rather than trying to replace it, says an expert.

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Telephone books still have a use – as a weapon to beat criminals

“Get out of my house!” is what 70-year-old Angelina Youngman shouted as she stared into the eyes of three men in her passageway, their gun at the ready.


China launches two next-gen GPS satellites

China successfully launched the 18th and 19th satellites of its next generation of global positioning technology, state media reported on Sunday.


Why the $100-million search for aliens is a waste of time

There is no evidence – and few convincing theories – to suggest that intelligent, communicative aliens actually exist.

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E-toll evasion case briefly back in court

The trial of a Johannesburg man who allegedly used fake number plates to avoid paying e-tolls has been delayed despite the state and defence reaching a plea and sentence agreement.

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