Pre-Historic Marine Beast Found in Scotland

A motorboat-sized beast that was at the top of its food chain 170 million years ago is Scotland’s first known native marine reptile.

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Robbers Caught Trying to Steal Ancient Artefacts in Israel

A gang of robbers accused of trying to steal the Dead Sea Scrolls from a cave in the Judean Desert was indicted in Israel. 

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Italian Man Awakens from a 2 Year Dwell

A man in Italy who was in what doctors call a "minimally conscious state" for nearly two years unexpectedly regained full consciousness.

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New Invention of “Shoe Sized” Generator to Power Small Devices

It seems pretty clear now that us as humans have started using and will be using computable devices for a long time to come. 

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Better ways to beat ‘foreign invasion’
Helping hands are only too willing to assist township businesses "get with the programme" and beat the competition
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Ex-African Bank officer dies
Former chief risk officer Tami Sokutu, who died in his sleep, hailed as intellectual who had empathy for poor
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The mixed economy is here to stay
The public and private sectors both have important roles to play in SA, so we should start focusing on strengthening their capacities, writes Ben Turok
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Insolvency industry policy fails
Affirmative action reform falls foul of the constitution – judge
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Afcon campaign wasn’t failure: Shakes
Coach Shakes Mashaba wants Bafana Bafana to learn from their early Afcon exit.
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Algeria under severe threat
Algeria comes under threat on Sunday as they face Ivory Coast in the last of the Afcon quarter-finals.
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Balboa double stuns Tunisia
Javier Balboa scored a controversial penalty and a stunning free kick winner as Guinea knocked Tunisia out of Afcon.
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DRC survive 6 goal Afcon thriller
Congo surged back from 2-0 down and into the semi-finals after beating Republic of Congo in an Afcon thriller.
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Zuma jnr to cough up for teen son
Edward Zuma, eldest son of President Zuma, committed to pay maintenance for his teenage son after a year-long battle.
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Shock as IS beheads Japanese hostage
A video has been released purportedly showing the killing of Kenji Goto, a journalist held by Islamic State militants.
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Three more killed by lightning in KZN
Three family members died after being hit by lightning near Colenso, KwaZulu-Natal.
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Lightning deaths shock MEC
KZN co-operative affairs MEC Nomusa Dube-Ncube expressed shock over the three people who died after being hit by lightning.
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