E.coli bacteria running the Internet of Things
One of the areas of the 4th Industrial Revolution that have seen phenomenal growth over the past few years is that of bioscience and bioengineering.
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Focus on Tito Mboweni’s National Budget Review set to dwarf economic data this week
Finance Minister is expected to provide solutions with regard to the issues of the turnaround of state-owned enterprises and job losses.
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Planned new bill threatens encryption on Facebook, Google and others
US legislation will be introduced in the coming weeks that could hurt technology companies' ability to offer end-to-end encryption.
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Dear Tito Mboweni, please ensure that SA is open for business
How does it feel to hold the weight of South Africa’s future on your shoulders? From free access to data to digital skills creation?
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Zidane pessimistic about Hazard injury ahead of vital week
Eden Hazard could miss Real Madrid's Champions League last-16 first-leg game at home to Manchester City and next week's 'Clasico' with Barcelona.
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Zimbabwean runners dominate Slave Route Challenge
Veteran Rabson Chigara and his Zimbabwean compatriot, Fortunate Chidzivo, stole the show with convincing victories at the annual Slave Route Challenge.
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Select Serie A matches among fixtures cancelled in Italy after coronavirus outbreak
According to the Italian government, Serie A matches in northern Italian will not be played on Sunday because of an outbreak of the coronavirus.
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Tyson Fury prefers rematch against Wilder than unification bout with Anthony Joshua
Instead of a unification fight against Anthony Joshua, a third fight between Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder is on the cards.
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‘Space cookies’ land 39 Soweto pupils in hospital
Thirty-nine learners from Lofentse Girls Secondary School in Orlando, Soweto, were treated at two hospitals after eating poisoned “space cookies”.
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We're not to blame for actor Odwa Shweni’s death, insists filmmakers
Gillian Schutte and Sipho Singiswa are adamant they are not to blame for the death of Odwa Shweni who drowned on set at a Drakensberg waterfall in 2018.
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Gauteng is South Africa's cheater's paradise
Gauteng has the most cases of infidelity, followed by the Western Cape and KwaZulu-Natal, according to international infidelity service Ashley Madison
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Budget 2020: More misery looms for overburdened SA taxpayers
Experts predict a 1% increase in VAT in Wednesday’s Budget speech in Parliament by Finance Minister Tito Mboweni.
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