A delegation of US officials will arrive in Britain on Monday to try to persuade Britain not to use Huawei equipment in the upgrade of its telecoms network, two people with knowledge of the matter said on Sunday.
An outbreak of pneumonia that has killed one person in China and infected 40 others appears to be linked to a single seafood market in the central city of Wuhan and has not so far spread beyond there, the WHO said on Sunday.
A 17-year-old climate change activist, who attends school in Khayelitsha, is preparing to attend the World Economic Forum in Davos later this month.
China on Saturday officially opened operations of the world’s largest radio telescope, which it will use for space research and help in the hunt for extraterrestrial life, the official Xinhua news agency reported.
Apple Inc is trying to change the way electronics are recycled with a robot that disassembles its iconic iPhone so that minerals can be recovered and reused.
Telecommunications regulatory body ICASA has warned cellphone users to lodge complaints with their mobile operators should they suspect anything irregular on their cellphones.
Northern Cape Premier, Zamani Saul has officially declared the Northern Cape a drought disaster area.
Swarms of desert locusts have spread from Ethiopia and Somalia into eastern and northern Kenya, posing a threat to food production and grazing land, its agriculture minister said on Friday.
South African National Parks (SANParks) rangers have arrested seven suspects in an anti-poaching campaign in the Kruger National Park.
Technology companies transformed smartphones and televisions into continuous fountains of revenue. Now, big tech wants to work with automakers to do the same thing for your car.
A taxi driver in KwaNongoma in northern KwaZulu-Natal is being hailed as a hero after he assisted a woman who gives birth in his taxi.
The Weather Service has issued a warning of thunderstorms for some parts of KwaZulu-Natal.
The Oudtshoorn Municipality in the Little Karoo says it is busy with assessments to damage caused to infrastructure and properties following Wednesday's flash floods.
India has reported an outbreak of the highly contagious H5N1 bird flu virus on a poultry farm in the central state of Chhattisgarh, the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) said on Wednesday.
South Korea’s Samsung Group, whose leader faces trials over a bribery scandal involving former president Park Geun-hye, has appointed external experts to a new oversight panel to stamp out criminal conduct.
A cluster of more than 50pneumonia cases in the central Chinese city of Wuhan may be due to a newly emerging member of the family of viruses that caused the deadly SARS and MERS outbreaks, World Health Organization (WHO) said on Wednesday.
Smoke from wildfires in Australia has drifted across the Pacific and affected cities in South America, and may have reached the Antarctic, said the UN World Meteorological Organization.
The Trump administration on Wednesday will signal strong support for self-driving vehicles as it releases new guidance from federal agencies at the annual CES tech conference.
Residents of Muyexe near the Kruger National Park in Limpopo say they are living in fear of wild animals roaming in the area. A hippo was shot and killed by a ranger in the village on Tuesday.
Samsung, the world’s biggest maker of memory chips, has seen earnings drop since late 2018 as a weak global economy curbed spending by data center customers.
Agriculture Minister Thoko Didiza says the effects of climate change will compel government to rethink its farming strategy.
Ivanka Trump, daughter and adviser to US President Donald Trump, is facing a backlash for her lack of tech qualifications from industry officials ahead of her speech at a big annual technology industry show in Las Vegas on Tuesday.
Agriculture Minister Thoko Didiza says there is a need to re-think government's farming strategy.
The past decade was India's hottest on record, with extreme heat directly killing about 350 people last year, the national meteorological department's chief said on Tuesday.
Archbishop Emeritus, Desmond Tutu and former US Vice President, Al Gore, have re-affirmed their support for the global divestment in fossil fuels and investment in renewable energy, in Cape Town.
Sony Corp said it would start testing self-driving cars as early as this year to beef up the company’s sensing and safety technologies, as the Japanese electronics and entertainment giant accelerates its automotive push.
United States ride-hailing company Uber Technologies Inc and South Korean automaker Hyundai Motor have teamed up to develop electric air taxis.
Several cases of highly pathogenic H5N8 bird flu have been reported in Poland since last week, causing the death of at least 100,000 fowls.
A class of treatments known as antibody-drug conjugates (ADC) combine cancer-tracking proteins with powerful cell toxins. The therapies are getting a fresh start as dozens of drugmakers test a record number of new compounds in people.
Samsung Electronics said on Sunday that it will introduce new, innovative devices in San Francisco on February 11, with the electronics giant widely expected to unveil its new foldable phone and a new version of its flagship S model.