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Over 9 million people have not yet registered to vote in the upcoming South African elections.
World Bank’s Identification for Development (ID4D) Initiative is partnering with Absa to host a solveathon workshop for the inaugural Mission Billion Challenge.
The South African President, has responded to the survey, where South Africa ranked 73rd among the world’s most corrupt countries.
The Department of Higher Education is voicing concern over university infrastructure deteriorating due to overcrowding.
And the africast returns this week with entertainment and an operating system.
Sure, you can get The Last Word now if you have the Annual Pass but Forsaken owners can now attempt The Whisper challenge everyday.
At the core of the problem is an absence of communication.
In a report from TechCrunch, Facebook admits to using the app to collect data, and has no intention of stopping.
Huawei follows up its popular mid-range device with a well specced successor for 2019.
The Detroit developer welcomes investment from Chinese gaming giant NetEase.
The MEC refuses to back down from this fight and he is not alone.
The company’s recent iPhone sales slump is prompting a rethink of how it prices devices outside the US.
There are no Kingdom Hearts LEGO sets, so the fans make their own.