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Nicest human I coached: Meyer on Lambie

Today at 13:51 PM, via News24

Heyneke Meyer, Springbok coach for almost 70 percent of his games, has joined the tribute-makers to Pat Lambie. Rob Houwing reports.


Africa: Bringing Greener Pastures Back Home

Today at 13:54 PM, via allAfrica

[IPS] United Nations -One month on since the Global Compact for Migration was approved, civil society has highlighted the need to turn words into action, supporting those who have been displaced or forced to migrate as a result of environmental degradation.


Africa: Eat Plants, Save the Planet

Today at 13:40 PM, via allAfrica

[IPS] United Nations -While the modern agricultural system has helped stave off famines and feed the world’s 7 billion residents, the way we eat and produce food is posing a threat to future populations’ food security.


GolfSixes moves to Portugal on European Tour

Today at 13:35 PM, via News24

The European Tour’s innovative GolfSixes event will enter a new era in 2019 when it moves to continental Europe for the first time in Portugal.


Tanzania: Universities Should Not Be Competitors – Shein

Today at 13:45 PM, via All Africa

[Daily News] HIGHER learning institutions here have been advised to strengthen collaboration among themselves and work closely with the government planning commission so as to focus on courses and programmes that are beneficial to the nation.


What to do when studying abroad goes wrong

Today at 13:19 PM, via The Guardian

It’s a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, but what happens when studying in a different country isn’t all it’s cracked up to be?

The year abroad is a compulsory element of most modern languages degrees in the UK. It’s a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to travel, make new friends, and make old ones jealous. Except my own time in Spain and Paraguay turned out to be more difficult than my final...


Nigeria: Again, FG, ASUU Talks End in Deadlock

Today at 13:11 PM, via All Africa

[This Day] Abuja -Another meeting between the federal government and striking Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) yesterday night ended without any agreement.


SA execs recognise AI potential

Today at 13:54 PM, via ITWeb

Although they have no current plans to pursue artificial intelligence (AI), 90% of South African CEOs believe it will significantly…


The virtues of girl-boy friendships

Today at 13:43 PM, via CNN

We often cast children as radicals and their parents as stiffs. It’s a tidy narrative, one that speaks to our hope for the next generation and their ability to see beyond our blind spots and biases. Unfortunately, it’s not always true.


A positive perspective following the fires

14 January at 15:49 PM, via CapeNature

News broke shortly after New Years that mountains along the Betty’s Bay coast had caught fire, making devastating headlines as the situation quickly escalated. The fire spread quickly and posed concern for communities within the Hermanus region and a group effort by multiple fire-fighting agencies was required in order to tackle the multitude of flames […]


FOUR reasons not to miss the Jimmy Nevis Camp-Out

09 January at 14:46 PM, via CapeNature

CapeNature and acclaimed musician and songwriter, Jimmy Nevis, merge conservation tourism and top class entertainment in the form of a unique, two-night outdoor camping experience from 15 – 17 February 2019. Book your tickets today and rub shoulders with some of the most talented musicians in South Africa, listening to intimate acoustic performances while enjoying […]


CapeNature embraces the spirit of giving this holiday

24 December 2018 at 11:03 AM, via CapeNature

In the spirit of the festive season, the CapeNature People and Conservation Programme in partnership with the Youth Environmental Service Programme (YES) put smiles on the faces of the less fortunate and elderly by spending time at the Unakho Children’s Home Care and Sizamile Independent Old Age Home in Langa, an informal settlement in Cape […]