Some of the biggest electronics bazaars in Asia are being flooded with customers looking for the latest piece of technology: cryptocurrency mining rigs.
Johannesburg Emergency Management Services (EMS) say tremors like the one felt in parts of the city Monday night are happening more often.
General Manager of Hortgro Science's Crop Protection Programme, Hugh Campbell, says the discovery of the Oriental Fruit Fly in a protein baited trap in the Overberg has not impacted on production.
Residents of drought-stricken Cape Town received good news Tuesday when city officials said they now face losing piped water to their homes by July 9 a month later than last forecast.
The Bloodhound project has inspired a supersonic car that will cover 1.6 kilometres in 3.6 seconds.
At first glance, the cost-benefit ratio of a blood-only diet suggests that vampire bats - the only mammals to feed exclusively on the viscous, ruby-red elixir - flew down an evolutionary blind alley.
Residents of Mthunzini near Empangeni on the KwaZulu-Natal north coast say heavy rains have left roads and bridges in the area flooded.
New incidences of cancer have quadrupled in the last ten-years in the Northern Cape with the disease threatening to overtake HIV as the leading cause of death in the province.
The Department of Agriculture on Monday confirmed that the highly pathogenic H5N8 avian flu have been detected among sea bird populations in the Western Cape.
A team of six Israeli researchers on Sunday ended a four-day Mars habitat experiment in Israel’s Negev desert where they simulated living conditions on the Red Planet, Israel’s Science and Technology Ministry said. The experiment was held near the isolated Israeli township of Mitzpe Ramon, whose surroundings resemble the Martian environment in its geology, aridity, […]
In a twist of irony, a desalination plant commissioned and built by the Kamiesberg Local Municipality in the Northern Cape to assist during the drought, is now standing idle because of the drought.
The Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality has established a task team, including medical specialists, to establish the origin of the listeriosis outbreak in the Metro.
The Northern Cape is expected to ramp up its water security. Bulk water supply projects around the province are at various stages of completion. The biggest of these is a dam, to be built on the Orange River.
Amazon has grown from a humble beginning as an online bookseller to a colossus of the internet. It recently devoured Whole Foods Market, and is now biting into health care. Here are some key facts about Amazon: — Incorporated in 1994 in Seattle, Washington, Amazon sold its first book in July 1995, with founder Jeff […]
The spotlight is once again on renewable energy. Loeriesfontein in the Northern Cape has been allocated two massive renewable energy projects.
The annual Science Tube and Science Beyond Borders Festival took place in Kimberley this past week.
Internet companies such as Twitter, Google and Facebook are being called on to act on the spread of fake news and misinformation.
The HRC in the North West is investigating allegations that some grade-12 pupils in a North West village were forcibly injected with contraceptives.
The new Agri Fund that has been launched by the North-West Government has been welcomed by several farmers in the province.
Isuzu has officially launched its vehicle manufacturing plant in Struandale in Port Elizabeth.
Both news coverage and social media conversations this week have been dominated by just a handful of stories.
KwaZulu-Natal Health MEC Sibongiseni Dhlomo has announced steps to bring the average waiting period to treat new cancer patients in Durban in line with the accepted norm by the end of April.
SABC News’ exclusive interview with former South African President Jacob Zuma saw many flocking to the public broadcaster’s YouTube channel on Wednesday to gain insight into Zuma’s state of mind amid tensions in the African National Congress (ANC).
Some areas of the Eastern Cape have received good rains over the past two days; however it is still not enough to break the drought.
Sea level rise is accelerating and could reach 66 centimeters by century's end, in line with United Nations estimates and enough to cause significant problems for coastal cities, says a study.
The Eastern Cape Co-operative Governance department says it's working with relevant stakeholders in making the necessary plans to deal with the drought.
The water crisis in the Western Cape is not unique, and will eventually spread to other cities around the country.
Residents at Loeriesfontein in the Northern Cape have voiced their concerns over a solar project in the area.
The radio has evolved since the first broadcast by Italian engineer Guglielmo Marcconi in 1901. On 13 February 2018, World Radio Day – themed ‘radio and sports’ – celebrates how radio broadcasting of sports has promoted freedom of speech, cultural diversity and expression. The growth in internet usage in South Africa has expanded radio reach across […]
Before man-made climate change kicked in and well before "Day Zero" in Cape Town, where taps may run dry in early May the global water crisis was upon us.