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Facebook to livestream Champions League football games

Facebook to livestream Champions League football games

Facebook will broadcast Champions League matches for American internet users under a deal with Fox Sports, which will host the livestreams on its pages, the

Google fined record 2.4 bn euros by EU

Google fined record 2.4 bn euros by EU

The EU hit Google with a record 2.4-billion-euro anti-trust fine Tuesday for favouring its own shopping service, in a fresh assault on a US tech

Samsung to sell off refurbished Galaxy Note 7s: reports

Samsung to sell off refurbished Galaxy Note 7s: reports

The world’s biggest smartphone maker Samsung will next week start reselling refurbished Galaxy Note 7 devices after a humiliating recall over exploding batteries last year,

Banks ‘nervous’ over BEE mining deals

Banks ‘nervous’ over BEE mining deals

The Chamber of Mines failed to lodge papers with the high court yesterday over the mining charter. The industry body was expected to file court

Soweto’s urban entrepreneurs take on the world

Soweto’s urban entrepreneurs take on the world

At the back of Mandisa Zwane’s typical yellow plaster-clad Soweto house is a bustling hive of activity set to a soundtrack of gospel music and

Sky’s the limit for domestic drone industry

Sky’s the limit for domestic drone industry

The drone industry is poised to make a multibillion-rand contribution to the country’s beleaguered economy, a leading economic expert said. Economist Roelof Botha delivered his

Changing audit scenario

Changing audit scenario

Additional measures to drive transformation will be required to address the government’s concerns regarding de-concentration of the audit market and transformation, say experts. In the

Ex-NY mayor Bloomberg to grant $200 mln to US cities

Ex-NY mayor Bloomberg to grant $200 mln to US cities

Former New York mayor and billionaire philanthropist Michael Bloomberg announced Monday a $200 million plan Monday aiming to back inventive policies in American cities despite

Making internet for all a possibility

Making internet for all a possibility

Telecommunications and Postal Services Deputy Minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams says her department is working hard to make internet for all a possibility. She was speaking at

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Thousands of qualifying National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) students will be exempt from paying registration fees this year. Higher Education and Training Minister Blade Nzimande made the announcement . Picture : Gallo Images

Government to build facilities to house 300 000 students over 10 years, Nzimande

The government is making a major push to ensure much greater availability of decent, affordable student accommodation at the country’s public universities and colleges. He

IN CHAMBERS: The newly appointed deputy chief justice Raymond Zondo at his office in Braamfontein. Picture: ROBERT TLAPU

Education is key – Zondo

On the heels of a high-profile Constitutional Court ruling that shone the spotlight on the doctrine of the separation of powers in the government, deputy

FREE MOVEMENT: Despite being less than perfect, the EU is still the most successful
integration experiment in the modern world. Picture: GETTY IMAGES

EU integration a model for Africa to consider

During the independence struggle, leaders like Ghana’s Kwame Nkrumah argued that Africa could only rid itself of the scourges of slavery, colonialism, imperialism and racism

WORKING TOGETHER: Some community policing forums received resources to help the police fight crime. Picture: SAPS

Working together to fight crime

The provincial government has partnered with NGOs, NPOs and communities to fight crime in the province. The department of community safety and transport management said

UNFAIR: Provision of toilets to disabled students in rural and township schools is below 30%. Picture: BEYONDDISABILITY.ORG

Sanitation crisis in schools

The provision of toilets in rural and township schools across the province is below 30% to accommodate pupils who have disabilities, Equal Education (EE) said.

Dudu Myeni had been appointed to serve as chair of the Board for another year.Picture: Gallo Images

Parly stops SAA’s Myeni in her tracks

The chairperson of the SAA board Dudu Myeni, who was last year reappointed for one more year, seems to have lost the confidence of the

The Gupta family was not in possession
of “official” South African passports,
which were only to be used by
government officials. Picture: ANN7

Apleni questions authenticity of Gupta letter

Former Home Affairs minister Malusi Gigaba will still be called to appear before a parliamentary committee to explain how he had applied his mind in