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Cape unveils another 22 free wifi hotspots
Cape unveils another 22 free wifi hotspots
Technology

Cape government plans to roll out wifi hotspots in all 384 municipalities by 2018.

29h
Elon Musk gazes towards Mars
Elon Musk gazes towards Mars
International

The Red Planet holds a particular fascination for Elon Musk - and his speech at the 67th International Astronautical Congress ...

31h
Southern Africa throws weight behind rhinos
Southern Africa throws weight behind rhinos
Environment

Namibia is one of just a handful of countries which is seeing increasing rhino populations.

33h
Yahoo clients sue after data breach
Yahoo clients sue after data breach
International

The latest complaint against Yahoo was filed in federal court in San Jose, California, last week.

34h
UNEP praises SA’s all-female anti-poaching unit
UNEP praises SA’s all-female anti-poaching unit
Environment

Executive Director Erik Solheim said the Black Mambas were an example of how local activists could aid the anti-poaching fight.

34h
‘Twitter has no choice but to explore options’
‘Twitter has no choice but to explore options’
International

Salesforce.com and other companies eyeing Twitter might pay more than $16bn to get their hands on the social-media platform’s valuable data.

34h
African states committed to growing rhino populations
African states committed to growing rhino populations
Environment

SA’s environment minister says African Range States are developing an overarching strategy for securing rhino futures.

35h
Snapchat changes its name, unveils camera glasses
Snapchat changes its name, unveils camera glasses
International

The startup behind the popular messaging app has made its first foray into consumer electronics.

1 day ago
Poaching: Africa’s elephant population tumbles
Poaching: Africa’s elephant population tumbles
Environment

Africa’s elephant population fell around 20 percent between 2006 and 2015 because of a surge in ivory poaching.