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New law to protect top torturers

Today at 00:00 AM, via Mail & Guardian Online

Sections of South Africa’s draft International Crimes Bill are likely to be strongly opposed

Slice of life: A labour of love – and victory

Today at 00:00 AM, via Mail & Guardian Online

A work organiser at the Casual Workers Advice Office has never lost a case at the CCMA, and he has helped workers return to their previous jobs.

Manning up to the epidemic

Today at 00:00 AM, via Mail & Guardian Online

The latest national HIV survey found about 72% of women 15 years and older said they had tested for HIV. Only six out of 10 men could say the same.

De Lille suspended from party activities

Yesterday at 22:53 PM, via News24

The federal executive of the DA has decided to suspend City of Cape Town Mayor Patricia De Lille from party activities pending the outcome of ongoing investigations into a series of reports and an affidavit containing allegations of maladministration in the city, also asking her to give reasons why she shouldn’t resign as mayor.

How To Know When Your Relationship Is Over

Yesterday at 22:09 PM, via Huffington Post

Who you choose to spend your life with is an incredibly important decision ― and sometimes, you realize the person you thought was “the one” isn’t the right choice anymore.

But that doesn’t stop people from staying put in dead-end relationships, said Sheryl Ziegler, a counselor and author of the forthcoming book Mommy Burnout: How to Reclaim Your Life and Raise Healthier Children in the...

Zimbabwe’s new leader wants sanctions lifted

Yesterday at 21:31 PM, via News24

Zimbabwe’s new leader is calling for the “unconditional lifting” of sanctions that he says has crippled the once-prosperous country’s development.

Grenfell memorial: Key moments

Yesterday at 21:29 PM, via BBC News

Survivors of the tower fire which claimed 71 lives attend a memorial service at St Paul’s Cathedral.

Poisonous Flowers Turn Bride’s Wedding Day Into A Blooming Nightmare

Yesterday at 21:29 PM, via Huffington Post

Christine Jo Miller’s eyes were watering on her wedding day, but the tears weren’t because of joy.

No, the 23-year-old had a reaction to flowers she picked a day earlier for floral arrangements.

As a result, Miller’s white wedding dress contrasted with a red and bumpy rash on her face. Not that she saw it: Her eyes were swelled shut and she feared she might go blind.

“I was in so much pain,”...

NASA And Google’s AI Discover First Solar System Other Than Our Own With Eight Planets

Yesterday at 21:02 PM, via Huffington Post

NASA has revealed that by utilising Google’sartificial intelligence researchers have discovered the first known solar system with as many planets as our own.

Using a system called machine learning, Christopher Shallue a senior software engineer at Google AI was able to effectively teach a computer to look through the vast amounts of data collected by NASA’s Kepler space telescope and then...

How net neutrality affects you

Yesterday at 20:54 PM, via BBC News

An Obama-era law that protects “net neutrality” is repealed by a US regulator, so what does it mean?

Net Neutrality Protections Repealed By US Government Amid Uproar

Yesterday at 20:13 PM, via Huffington Post

In a victory for internet service providers like AT&T, Comcast and Verizon, the Federal Communications Commission voted Thursday to repeal net neutrality rules.

FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai, who was appointed by President Donald Trump, forged ahead with the vote, despite widespread opposition and a request from 18 state attorneys general to delay it over concerns that the public comment process...

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