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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.

13h
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.

3 days ago
Everything you need to know about Cites
Everything you need to know about Cites
South Africa

Sheree Bega looks at the major issues, whether the international convention is working and why we should care.

3 days ago
Spotlight on sharks and rays at Cites
Spotlight on sharks and rays at Cites
South Africa

One of the first submissions to be highlighted at Cites will be to declare four species of shark and nine species of ray protected.

3 days ago
Six KZN rhino killed on Rhino Day
Six KZN rhino killed on Rhino Day
Kwazulu Natal

Wildlife rangers woke up on World Rhino Day to discover the mutilated corpses of six rhinos in KwaZulu-Natal's flagship wildlife reserve.

3 days ago
Email hack: Yahoo doesn’t need this right now
Email hack: Yahoo doesn’t need this right now
International

Yahoo has been struggling for years to retain its users - and that challenge just became far more daunting.

3 days ago
A view of the infinite
A view of the infinite
Science Discovery

Professor Kip Thorne talks to Kamcilla Pillay about the role of science in society

3 days ago
How CITES works, and 5 species to look out for
How CITES works, and 5 species to look out for

The Convention on International Trade in Endangered species starts in Johannesburg tomorrow. These are some of the key issues on the agenda.

3 days ago
Facebook gave advertisers inflated video metrics
Facebook gave advertisers inflated video metrics
International

Facebook only counts a video as “viewed” if it has been seen for more than three seconds.