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Musgrave Centre, Umlazi Mega City and Bluff Towers join forces with Gift of the Givers

With the massive storm which flooded freeways, uprooted trees and tore down roofs after 70km/h winds battered Durban on Tuesday afternoon (Oct 10), many have been severely affected and having lost everything they possess. Musgrave Centre, Umlazi Mega City and Bluff Towers joined forces contacting Gift of the Givers, who are renowned for helping with many disaster relief initiatives […]

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IBM and MTN Help Protect Endangered African Rhinos with Internet of Things Technology

IBM, MTN, a leading African telecommunications provider, Wageningen University (WU) in the Netherlands and Prodapt announced they are harnessing IBM Internet of Things (IoT) technology as part of the MTN Connected Wildlife Solution. The solution will help predict threats and combat the poaching of endangered rhinos at Welgevonden Game Reserve in South Africa, with the […]

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Did you say “Prawn or Pawn” questions Nemo the African penguin as he looks on with interest at the chess game between Farrell van den Heever and Ndumiso Miya

Get your entry in for uShaka Marine World’s Chess Carnival 2017

uShaka Marine World, because it’s the coolest place to be, will be hosting their first Chess Carnival on Saturday, September 16th sponsored by the KZN Chess Academy and the Umhlanga Chess club. The event is open to a maximum of 40 entrants where there will be 15/15 minute double matches on a 6 round Swiss format. […]

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Smart Classroom Comes to Michael Zulu Primary School

Samsung is committed to creating the future and improving access to education through its Smart School initiative. The newest Smart Classroom in South Africa will be unveiled today by Samsung’s President and Managing Director, Mr Sung Yoon, at Michael Zulu Primary School in Tsakane, Brakpan. According to Equal Education, 41.7% of South African Grade 10 […]

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Durban to lead a global protest against child abuse and gender-based violence

Durban is to set to make a powerful global statement in August, Women’s Month, when women from around the world converge on the city in a unified stand against child abuse and gender-based violence. Mrs Universe contestants from 84 countries will join NGO’s, women’s groups, civil society bodies and members of the public for the […]

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Olympic Champions Wayde Van Niekerk and Shaunae Miller-Uibo debut world’s first Parley Running Spike at the IAAF World Championships

adidas unveiled the first high-performance 3D knitted sprint spike, created with plastic taken from beaches and coastal communities before reaching the oceans, the adidas Prime SP Parley. The silhouette focuses both on the needs of sprinters, by incorporating a Primeknit upper for support and a laser welded frame for reduced weight, and the needs of the world, […]

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How drones will support future fire disaster management

In the midst of the worst wildfire to strike the southern Cape coast, South Africa in over 150 years, drones slowly started coming into play as a local firefighting and disaster management tool. Firefighters issued a call for drones equipped with heat mapping capabilities, which would allow them to identify hot spots at the greatest […]

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EduWeek 2017 And All The Details You Need To Know About

The World is focused on sustainable development and education is the key. This may be no truer than in Africa where valiant efforts continue to end poverty, hunger and protect the environment by harnessing safe, clean energy so that all people can enjoy peace and prosperity.  The Sustainable Development Goals, or SDG’s, which came into […]

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