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SCA nears Oscar ruling

An official says that the SCA is finalising a decision on whether to send Oscar Pistorius back to prison by overturning a manslaughter conviction and finding him guilty of murder.


Durban man blames hospital for not detecting his cancer

A Durban man, whose kidney was erroneously discarded by a private hospital, has now been diagnosed with terminal cancer. And he thinks the hospital should have made the diagnosis earlier than it did.

Open Stellenbosch disappointed at council's stance on language policy

Student movement Open Stellenbosch has described the university council's decision on the proposed language policy as a blatant rejection towards any transformation.

FF Plus to take consumers' MTN complaints to Parliament

The Freedom Front Plus has invited people who have unresolved billing and administrative problems with cellphone company MTN to come forward so they can ask Parliament and the Consumer Protection Commission for help.



Schwartzel out of slump

Charl Schwartzel is grateful to have pulled himself out of a slump with his Alfred Dunhill Championship win.

'We're always learning' - McGrath

Leinster loosehead prop Jack McGrath insists his team is learning all the time as they picked up a vital 8-3 win over Ulster on Friday.

Faldo: USA are Ryder Cup favourites

Sir Nick Faldo believes the United States will be favourites for next year's Ryder Cup against an inexperienced European team.

Tech, Games and Gadgets

Peter Jackson Hints At Directing A Doctor Who Episode

Multiple Oscar-winning director, Peter Jackson hints that he might direct an episode of Doctor Who. RELATED: SOUTH AFRICANS WILL ATTEMPT TO BREAK WORLD RECORD WITH TELKOM’S HELP Peter Jackson is the man (or Hobbit) behind The Lord of the Rings movie trilogy as well The Hobbit movie trilogy.

Rumour: iPhone 7 Will Not Have A 3.5mm Headphone Port

Back when the iPhone launched it was praised for being the only phone of its day to include a standard 3.5mm headphone jack. Other devices made use of proprietary headphones to listen to music.

People Are Learning English Via Text Messages In New York

Many immigrants move to New York to pursue the American Dream from all over the world. A lot of these people can’t understand or speak any English which can be very difficult as they can’t find work, make friends or use basic services like public transport. But now a program developed by the State of New […]


Doubling numbers of HIV treatment recipients could 'break' epidemic: UN

The UN urged countries to "break the AIDS epidemic" by doubling the number of people receiving HIV treatment within the next five years.

Sleeping on the right side of the bed makes us grumpy: study

That's the conclusion of a recent UK study. In other research, scientists and psychologists have carefully examined sleeping positions as a means of revealing personality traits and analysing non-verbal communication.

Gauteng health department aiming to test 1 million people for HIV/AIDS

The Gauteng Department Health has tested over 700‚000 people for HIV and AIDS from October till to date‚ and it is on course to meet its target of testing one million people by the end of December this year.
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