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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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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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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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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Ex-PetroSA chairman sues for R200m
Former PetroSA chairman Tshepo Kgadima has filed a R200 million defamation lawsuit against the former high commissioner to London, Zola Skweyiya.
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Africa’s invisible treasure
As M-Pesa has shown, the continent’s true potential lies in its ability to innovate, writes Victor Kgomoeswana
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Solar water heating sector on ice
The sun is no longer shining on SA’s solar water heating industry, which has had to shed nearly 6 000 jobs.
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Strike could ground Comair’s fleet
A strike which could potentially ground Comair’s fleet is on the cards, after unions and the airline failed to agree on wage increases.
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Winless Afcon pair still in running
Zambia and Cape Verde still have a chance to advance to the Afcon quarter-finals despite being winless so far.
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Miller maiden ton leads SA to 262
David Miller scored his maiden ODI ton to lead SA to 262 for eight against the Windies in PE on Sunday.
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Teen gives Aussies something to rejoice
Nick Kyrgios gave his compatriots an early Australia Day celebration with a win over Andreas Seppi on Sunday.
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Key Algeria striker to miss crunch game
Striker Islam Slimani is set to miss Algeria’s decisive Afcon final group game against Senegal.
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Manamela warns against looting
The looting that flared up in Soweto cannot be justified, Deputy Minister in the Presidency, Buti Manamela, said.
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Dresden braces for Anti-Islam protest
A group that has staged regular anti-Islam protests in Germany's eastern city of Dresden is holding its first march since cancelling its previous demonstration over a terror threat.
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Free speech for all in France?
When cartoonists at a French publication that had poked fun at the Prophet Muhammad were shot dead, millions around the world felt it as an attack on freedom of speech.
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Dramat can’t return to work
Hawks boss Anwa Dramat cannot return to work on Monday.
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