Its #AfricaDay and we’re celebrating all things African. Do you remember some of these worldwide hit songs from the continent?
There are “superbugs” out there that have become resistant to ordinary prescription antibiotics. People are now turning to natural antibiotics to fight milder infections to limit the spread of these bugs.
The Trump administration is moving to reverse Obama-era rules barring hunters on some public lands in Alaska from baiting brown bears with bacon and doughnuts and using spotlights to shoot mother black bears and cubs hibernating in their dens.
This week in 2002, these three stories were a few of many to make headlines in the Estcourt and Midlands News
Remembering your pin will soon be a thing of the past as South African banks lead the change to biometric ATMs. One bank claims it has already launched SA’s first biometric ATM.
Here’s a guide to various cuts of lamb and the cooking methods most suitable for them.
May 25 is the annual commemoration of Africa day across the African continent. There are some facts you need to know about Africa.
Drowning statistics indicate that more than one child drowns in South Africa every day. The Department of Water and Sanitation has launched an educational campaign around this issue. Here is the weekly water and dam update.
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Customer retention is a big factor when it comes to business growth. How can this be achieved?
We live in the internet age, which means a lot of our data, search history and private information is not always safe. Here are some hacks that might just prevent you from getting tracked while browsing online.