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Kanye West Drops Trailer For His Own Video Game… *HUH*

  Kanye West has said on multiple occasions that he has wanted to branch out into other areas besides music and fashion. Well looks like that day is finally here. This week is E3 the biggest video game conference of the year. Every year the conference is home to huge suprises that shake up the industry……

We chat to Our First female SRC President: Zama Mncube

Article by: Yandisa M. Mbanjwa   First female DUT SRC President Zama Mncube (24) is an Office Management Technology graduate from New Castle northern KwaZulu-Natal. The current DUT B-Tech student said that being the president of the SRC is very challenging and a lot of work. In an interview the straight talker continued to say that…..

Oscar Pistorius back in court

Convicted murderer Oscar Pistorius this morning made a brief appearance in the High Court in Pretoria. The court formally postponed his sentencing hearing until June when arguments on the length of his sentence will begin. This morning’s appearance is the first in public since the Constitutional Court dismissed his leave to appeal his murder conviction. He…..

The Marikana Documentary Causes Controversy On Social Media

Miners Shot Down was finally screened to the wider South African community through ETV. This is a film that has garnered scores of international awards including of late an International Emmy Award and numerous local TV and journalism awards. The film was shown in the viewpoint of the miners and their families. We thought we would…..

Generations “The legacy” actress kills teenage schoolgirl on N3 Highway

Generations The Legacy’ star actress Manaka Ranaka knocked down and killed a teenage schoolgirl in a car crash near the N3 highway to Durban on Friday. The incident, according to a Sowetan front page story on Tuesday, happened on the R554 road to Leondale near the highway in Roodekop. As reported by the newspaper, 18-year-old Millicent…..

Road users encouraged to be vigilant

As the festive season approaches, government is appealing to all road users, including pedestrians, to be vigilant and exercise caution on the roads. Road safety continues to be an issue of concern to government as many lives are continuously lost as a result of road accidents. The recently reported tragic accident on the R18 near Vereeniging, where…..

Expand ARVs to all people living with HIV, urges WH As the globe marks World Aids Day, the World Health Organisation says expanding antiretroviral therapy to all people living with HIV is the key to ending the epidemic within a generation. It said the “treat all” recommendation will enable countries to expand treatment rapidly and efficiently……

Marking of matric papers underway

A number of provinces have started marking scripts after the successful completion of the matric exams. On Friday, the Eastern Cape Department of Education said more than 110 912 registered National Senior Certificate candidates, including 91 810 full time and 19 102 part time, finished their 2015 final examination on the day. They started examinations on…..

Major progress in technology to fight HIV

As the world commemorates World Aids Day on 1 December, researchers at the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) have made progress in developing a biomanufacturing process for HIV antibodies. Using a species of the tobacco plant, CSIR researchers, in collaboration with South Africa’s National Institute of Communicable Diseases and Mapp Biopharmaceutical, have successfully produced…..

Limpopo matric learners to rewrite leaked exams

Grade 12 learners from the Vhembe District in Limpopo will have to rewrite two National Senior Certificate exams after it was discovered that the papers were leaked. The final matric examination period across the country ended on Friday, 27 November with the writing of Visual Arts and Music Paper 2 Comprehension. “Learners in Vhembe District are…..