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Zondo says break-in will not intimidate commission – The Mail & Guardian

The Zondo commission will not be intimidated by anybody trying to prevent it from completing its work properly, Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo...

European heavyweights face criticism over ‘cynical’ Super League – The Mail & Guardian

Twelve of football’s most powerful clubs faced accusations of greed and cynicism on Monday as they announced a breakaway European Super League that...

South Africa’s planned harmful gas limits ‘off target’ – The Mail & Guardian

Civil society organisations have received South Africa’s newly proposed greenhouse gas reduction targets with little enthusiasm. The lower end of the emissions range...

Cape Town fire: Suspect arrested for alleged arson in separate blaze, since contained –...

The South African Police Service (SAPS) is investigating an act of arson after it is believed that a separate fire in the vicinity...

Pfizer backs down over ‘unreasonable’ terms in South Africa vaccine deal – The Mail...

Pfizer has backed down over its controversial demand that the South African government put up sovereign assets guaranteeing an indemnity against the cost...

Covid-19 registrations for phase two open amid suspension – The Mail & Guardian

People eligible for phase two of the Covid-19 vaccine roll-out plan can now register online. As of 4pm on Friday, people can use...

Strong wind hampers efforts to contain Cape Town fire, more evacuations underway – The...

Firefighters in Cape Town are still battling a raging wildfire on the slopes of Table Mountain as strong winds hinder efforts to contain...

Parents, be the change you want to see and vote for your SGB –...

Schools are busy with school governing body (SGB) elections. These elections are important but I have observed that only a few parents take...

Skukuza Court closure was like a “knife in the back” of rangers – The...

The closure of South Africa’s flagship wildlife-poaching court in the Kruger National Park for more than a year was like a “knife in...

South Africa’s potential to expand tree cover as a climate mitigation tool – The...

South Africa is counting on its tree cover to act as a protected carbon sink that will further drop emissions accelerating climate change. The...

Medical aids blame external costs as fees increase beyond inflation – The Mail &...

The 18% of South Africans who can afford private healthcare get excellent value – but already high medical aid membership costs will continue...

Mice to the rescue in schizophrenia research – The Mail & Guardian

Scientists had presumed that a mouse brain was too different from a human brain to be used for psychiatric research. But the link...

IMF launches interactive climate dashboard – The Mail & Guardian

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has concluded its spring meetings with the launch of a new interactive dashboard that aims to address the...

Democracy and open society in Zimbabwe 41 years after independence – The Mail &...

When Zimbabwe achieved independence from colonial rule in 1980, there were great expectations that the new black majority government would dismantle the authoritarian...

Crypto and blockchain: it’s time to put the phenomenon vs fad debate to bed...

For years, there’s been a binary debate around cryptocurrencies and blockchain technologies. For the sceptics, they’re a fad, representing nothing more than technological...

Articles and Tips

How to Get More Done with (a Lot) Less Stress: 12 Daily Habits

“Three Rules of Work: Out of clutter find simplicity; From discord find harmony; In the middle of difficulty lies opportunity.”Albert Einstein “Think simple” as...

7 Movies with Great Plot Twists

The satisfaction you have when a movie ends with a great and totally unexpected twist is comparable to no other feeling. Catching us...

9 Things You Need to Stop Doing to Start Living a Happier and Self-Kinder...

“When one door of happiness closes, another opens, but often we look so long at the closed door that we do not see...

101 Courage Quotes That Will Motivate and Inspire You (2021 Update)

Today I’d like to share 101 of the best and most powerful courage quotes that I’ve found. Timeless thoughts that will inspire and help...

The 5 Best Mental Health Apps of 2021

If we ever needed mental health support, this is the time. We are living in a tricky time with a lot going on...

10 Tips to Help You Through The Midweek Hump

When Wednesday rolls around your motivation to keep getting things done may have lessened considerably. I know that is sometimes the case for me...

7 Best Laptops to Buy in 2021

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How to Keep a Conversation Going: 8 Simple Tips

Do you have problems with keeping a conversation going? Do you sometimes run out of things to say? Then you’re in the right place. Because...

7 Signs of Hidden Depression

“Smiling depression” is a term that is sometimes used for people with concealed depression. Depression is usually associated with sadness and despair. But...

7 Surprising Benefits of Maintaining a Healthy Weight

Maintaining a healthy weight could mean dropping a few pounds or gaining some. A healthy weight is much more than how you look....

The Top 10 Richest People On The Planet

There have been some changes to the list of the richest people on earth this year. Here’s the current list of the world’s...

10 Best Netflix Original Series To Watch Right Now, Ranked

The term “binge-worthy” is probably most appropriate for Netflix. They are known for their binge-worthy tv shows. We have put together a list...

How to Stop Catastrophizing: 7 Helpful Steps

One of the most destructive daily habits I carried with me for a long time and I think is a very common one...

Top 5 Upcoming Marvel Superhero Movies

Movies from the Marvel Cinematic Universe are always exciting. They have the fans queuing up in front of the movie theatres sometimes ways...

The 10 Best Thriller Movies Ever Made

The good thing about thriller movies is that they are always relevant no matter what year you are watching them. They never get...