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Dylann Roof

Charleston church shooter Facebook photo links to apartheid South Africa

The FBI has identified the Charleston church shooter as Dylann Roof, whose Facebook profile picture shows links to South Africa.

Maths fail

South African pupils win international science contest

Pupils from St John’s College and Barnato Park High School in Johannesburg have teamed up to win the European Council for Nuclear Research Beamline for Schools Competition 2015.

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What to study to make sure you have a job in the future

From the development of steam power in the early 1800s to today’s digitally-enriched world, the impact of technology on the employment landscape has been substantial.

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Young South African learner surprises Computer Olympiad organisers

A grade 9 learner from the Free State surprised the South African Applications Olympiad organisers by making it to the finals – despite his age.

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2015 MyBroadband Cloud and Hosting Conference in photos

The recent MyBroadband Cloud and Hosting Conference was a great success – here is what happened at the event.

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Radical new free computer training project coming to South Africa

A revolutionary new tech talent incubator called WeThinkCode_, which offers free programming training, is launching in South Africa.


New Earth observation satellites used by SA activated

The South African National Space Agency has announced the launch of SPOT 6 and 7.

Solar Plane - Dubai

Record-setting solar plane damaged

The solar-powered plane Solar Impulse 2 will need repairs to its right wing before it can resume its attempt to fly around the world later this month.


Lotto machines offline as new operator falters

The first draw by the new operator of the Powerball and Lotto had people wishing to play up in arms as machines across the country were out of order.

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11 brilliant achievements by South African geeks

These are some of South Africa’s most prolific “geeks”, who have enjoyed great success or received international acclaim in their fields.

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