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Tech News: Harvesting solar energy at night
New device harnesses energy from difference in heat between Earth and outer space, converting it into electricity.
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South Africa may avoid Moody’s cut with reforms, Kganyago says
South African government-bond yields could drop and the nation may hang on to its last investment-grade credit rating.
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UJ, Gauteng government to use AI to deliver mental health services to youth
The University of Johannesburg said it would introduce a web-based child and youth mental health profiling system using 4IR technologies.
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The Infonomist: How to curb personal data encroachment abuses
In South Africa, people are noticing efforts to collect data in commercial areas, public areas and residential areas … writes Wesley Diphoko.
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Clear leadership is needed
The men’s senior team, in particular, is the face of the sport in this country.
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Stellenbosch aren’t afraid of Buccaneers
Waseem Isaacs will look for his fifth goal in as many games for Stellenbosch FC when they take aim at Orlando Pirates in the opening round of the Telkom Knockout.
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Be careful, these rugby underdogs are sneaky
The World Rugby rankings have pretty much got it right in that the top eight in the world make up this weekend’s World Cup quarter-finalists.
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Elgar: Not all doom and gloom
Dean Elgar already believes that touring India is the most “challenging” tour on the global circuit.
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Woman robbed at PE frail care centre during load shedding
An elderly woman was robbed at gunpoint at a frail care centre in Port Elizabeth minutes after the lights went out during rotational power cuts.
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MPs accuse Limpopo municipality of 'sabotaging' their work
Parliament's portfolio committee on cooperative governance accused officials at the Mogalakwena Local Municipality in Limpopo of sabotaging the work of MPs.
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'We’re trying to do stuff to improve the quality of councillors' says Cape MEC
The era of poorly qualified local government councillors may be drawing to an end if a proposal by the provincial department of local government is accepted.
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Right2Know demands end to cops' brutality against journalists, activists
The Right2Know Campaign has demanded an end to SAPS and eThekwini Metro Police's brutality against journalists and activists saying this hinders a free press.
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