Local app helps farmers protect their livestock
The financial impact of rising stock theft in South Africa has made it essential for farmers to use technology to stay a step ahead by keeping their herds in check.
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Businesswoman nailing the industry
Creating a new dimension to her business, meant taking a leap of faith, writes Liz Clarke
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LOOK: Sale of multi-million rand properties in KZN shows demand for coastal estate homes
Recently two properties above the R10 million mark at Balize Private Estate, the Sibaya Coastal Precinct were sold.
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Huawei says it is readying possible Hongmeng software roll-out
A Huawei executive said that the telecoms giant is in the process of potentially launching its “Hongmeng” operating system to replace the US Android OS.
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Record-breaking Lloyd propels USA into World Cup last 16
The United States pick up where they left off and hammer Chile to secure their passage to the next round of the Women's World Cup.
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Sharma stars as India beat rivals Pakistan in World Cup
India maintain their unbeaten start to the 2019 Cricket World Cup by beating fierce rivals Pakistan at Old Trafford in Manchester.
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West Indies are underdogs against Bangladesh, says Holder
West Indies captain Jason Holder admits his struggling side will be underdogs when they face Bangladesh in a crucial World Cup clash.
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FIFA 'explores legal options' over pirated World Cup broadcasts
The world governing body also called for satellite operator Arabsat’s cooperation in the face of an “intellectual property” infringement.
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Massive South American blackout, 44 million without power
More than 44 million people were left without electricity in Argentina and Uruguay after an unexplained failure in the neighbouring countries' interconnected power grid.
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Woman critically injured, airlifted to hospital after Free State crash
Five people were injured, one critically, when two cars collided on the N1 southbound near the Kroonvaal plaza in Kroonstad.
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#HandsOffZindziMandela, say tweeps after #OurLand tweets
A day after Zindzi Mandela's tweets sparked a fierce debate on social media, users once again took to the platform in defense of Mandela.
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Why ‘pro-poor’ policies on their own won’t shift inequality in SA
Sociologist Goran Therborn has probably influenced the study of inequality more than any other scholar in recent years.
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