Is The Internet Taking Over?

New technology is getting more personal. So personal, it is moving to connect and analyse our movements, our health, our brains and our everyday devices. 

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Hangovers May Be Built Into Us

Some people get hangovers after a night of drinking, while others don't, and the reason may be in their genes.

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Electronic Pain Relief Patches

Millions of athletes and arthritis patients turn to disposable pain relief patches designed to soothe aching joints and muscles. 

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Genetics Plays a Role in Criminal Activities

Serial killers and other people who repeatedly commit violent crimes, such as assault and battery, may be hardwired to hurt others.

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Food supply ‘not at risk’
KwaZulu-Natal farmers lost millions in revenue as production suffered amid the province’s drought.
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Petra sees FY results below market consensus
Miner Petra Diamonds has revised its full-year production guidance to about 3.3 million carats from about 3.2 million carats.
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Matjila, Ecobank liable for Tanoh compensation
PIC chief executive officer Dan Matjila is jointly liable for the payment of 7.5 billion CFA Francs to former Ecobank Transnational Corporation CEO Thierry Tanoh, a summary of a court judgment shows.
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Waterfront’s retail growth surge continues
Cape Town’s V&A Waterfront is showing double-digit retail growth for the fourth consecutive year.
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Bryan brothers out of Australian Open
Mike and Bob Bryan lost in the third round of men's doubles at the Australian Open for the second straight year.
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Tunisia on verge of Afcon quarters
Tunisia will only require a draw to reach the quarter-finals of Afcon, but 2012 winners Zambia face early elimination.
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Wawrinka exacts revenge on Garcia-Lopez
Defending champion Stan Wawrinka avenged his early exit at the 2014 French Open with a win over Guillermo Garcia-Lopez.
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Mourinho's silent treatment
Jose Mourinho gave his humiliated Chelsea stars the silent treatment following their shock FA Cup loss to Bradford.
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‘Louca will tell the truth’
The truth about strip club boss Lolly Jackson's murder will emerge in the trial of George Louca, his lawyer has said.
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Keep riot police out of chamber - DA
The DA has rejected a proposal that “riot police” be used to safeguard the National Assembly chamber.
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Chopper crash widows claim R9m from cops
Three widows whose policeman husbands died in a helicopter crash are reportedly seeking R9m from the SAPS.
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Municipalities fare better but struggling
Limited capacity, high staff turnover and rising consumer debt are some of the problems plaguing municipalities, according to a report.
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