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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Returning Sharapova inspired by 'ultimate fighter' Nadal
Maria Sharapova says she will draw inspiration from Rafael Nadal's incredible powers of recovery as she resumes her injury-hit career.
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Messi demands Argentina reaction to defeat in Copa opener
Hosts Brazil opened the South American championship with victory despite missing their star player - Argentina, with their own talisman, stumbled at the first hurdle.
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Alonso wins back-to-back Le Mans with Toyota
Alonso's No.8 car crossed the line 17 seconds clear of the pole-sitting No.7 after 385 laps of the iconic circuit.
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Sarri returns to Italy to coach Juventus
Sarri was at Chelsea for just one season, where he won the Europa League – the first major trophy of his career – and led them to a third-placed finish in the Premier League.
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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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What will Bathabile Dlamini be remembered for?
Those who had expected her resignation letter “with immediate effect” to be an exercise in spilling the beans are still reeling with shock at the damp squib it turns out to be.
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