Google fined $5 billion over Android
Editor at Large at MyBroadband.co.za Jan Vermeulen gives insights into why Google was fined by the EU.
Melusi Tshabalala is teaching the nation isiZulu one Facebook post at a time
Author of the book Melusi’s Everyday Zulu says that his intention wasn’t to teach Zulu, but just to have fun with his friends.
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Still no refund from 'temporarily shut' Ritz hotspot for diners who forked out
Some diners are still waiting to be reimbursed after The Top of The Ritz and the entire hotel closed down on the 2nd of July.
Tips on how to become a stunt man or woman in SA
Stunt Performer Craig MaCrae explains the profession, the risk it entails and safety measures that need to be put in place.
CT warns of Clifton sewage spill, toxic substance in Sea Point storm water
The City of Cape Town says it is investigating the discharge of a toxic substance into the stormwater system in Sea Point.
Will the letter by 60 athletes have an impact on the testosterone ruling?
Dr Ross Tucker reacts to the open letter by athletes calling to rescind discriminatory laws in terms of a new testosterone rule.
What employees should understand about workplace absenteeism
Labour law expert Neil Searle explains why bosses need to have clear rules and procedures to follow in cases of absenteeism.
#MandelaDay: Learners from poor CT communities visit Robben Island
The Cape Town International Airport has planned the trip for learners from schools in Cross Roads, Nyanga, Bishop Lavis and Belhar as part of the Nelson Mandela Day celebrations.
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BBC to pay damages to Cliff Richard over police raid
The broadcaster used helicopters to film detectives searching the home of the singer when he was away on holiday in August 2014 as part of an investigation into allegations of historical child sex offences.
Kurt Cobain’s daughter says time for US to get over mental health taboo
Frances Bean Cobain was speaking in Ireland at the launch of a new exhibition of the Nirvana frontman’s belongings.
Michelle Williams seeks professional help to fight mental health battle
Michelle Williams, a member of Destiny's Child, announced that after years of giving talks and encouraging others to seek help, she's taken her own advice to do the same.
What Croatia’s president taught the world about leadership at the World Cup
At Sunday’s final between France and Croatia, though, Croatian president Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović was a literal bright spot in the crowd.
Veteran strikers Khanyeza, Nomvete extend AmaZulu contracts
KwaZulu-Natal club AmaZulu has extended the contracts of veteran strikers Mabhuti Khanyeza (36) and Siyabonga Nomvete (40) by a further year and they will remain at the club until the end of 2019.
Froome welcomes rivals' lack of aggression on first mountain stage
Among Froome’s rivals, the Movistar team — with three potential winners in Valverde, Nairo Quintana and Mikel Landa did not even try to unsettle the four-time champion in yet another demonstration of their conservative tactics.
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[Listen] #100Mandela: Remembering Madiba
18 July marks the birthday of Nelson Mandela. As part of the celebrations, listeners share their memories of him.
'Madiba was a Pan-African leader, a man of his time'
Just a day before Madiba's birthday Obenewa Amponsah looks at his life and his connections within the African continent.