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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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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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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December PPI slows to 5.8%
Producer price inflation slowed to 5.8 percent year-on-year in December from 6.5 percent in November.
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Wind, solar energy can add to grid
The private sector has submitted bids to the government to build 6 000MW of wind and solar power plants.
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V&A R480bn cash machine
The V&A Waterfront is expected to pump more than R220 billion into the economy over the next decade.
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Currency depreciation warning
Measures by the European Central Bank could trigger “competitive depreciation” of currencies, China's commerce ministry says.
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Proteas happy with favourites tag
Proteas coach Russell Domingo says his team is comfortable being labelled favourites ahead of the world cup.
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How Bafana rated at Afcon
Independent Media football writer John Goliath rates Bafana Bafana’s performance at Afcon.
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Jose backs Figo's Fifa bid
Former world footballer of the year Luis Figo has the backing of Jose Mourinho in his unlikely bid for Fifa president.
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Legal eagles wait for birdie-chasing Rory
This week, a tournament on one of his favourite courses; next week, a Dublin courtroom for an explosive legal battle.
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Zuma no confidence motion to be debated
An opposition motion of no confidence in President Jacob Zuma will be debated in the National Assembly in February.
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Outcry over segregation at school
Allegations that a Pretoria private school separates its pupils according to their race has outraged the public.
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Mabuza denies disrupting SACP lecture
Mpuma premier David Mabuza has dismissed claims by SACP secretary Bonakele Majuba that he sent people to disrupt the event.
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Four hurt in Bedfordview shooting
Three men and a woman were shot and wounded in Bedfordview, east of Johannesburg, paramedics said.
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