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Disappointment Due For Rugby World Cup 2019 Makeweights

Some top nations can expect to miss out on qualifying for the knock-out stages of the Rugby world Cup in Japan. The pool matches are underway, but however rose tinted your glasses, a lot of the sides are make weights...

Ramaphosa Sworn In As New South Africa President

Cyril Ramaphosa is the new president of South Africa after the former incumbent Jacob Zuma was toppled by allegations of corruption. Zuma resigned after a week of sustained pressure from the leaders of the ruling African National Congress party. They finally...

Zuma’s Days Numbered As South African Leader

South Africa President Jacob Zuma’s remaining time in office is hanging by a thread as he is beleaguered on all sides with calls to resign. Zuma has refused to step aside despite a call from 20 leaders of the dominant...

Cape Town May Be First City To Run Out Of Water

A human disaster that most people would think impossible is about to hit the South African city of Cape Town. The city’s 4 million inhabitants are counting down to day zero - on April 12 - when the water supply...
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Beware Smartphone Juice Jacking, Warns LA District Attorney

Expats and tourists find public USB chargers to charge smartphones and other devices useful but charging stations may infect...
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Historic Ban For Helmet Attack NFL Player

The longest ever national Football League suspension has been handed out to Cleveland Browns’ defensive end Myles Garrett after a shameful attack on an...

Plugging Into The World’s Fastest Broadband

Britain’s Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is pledging to open the internet to every home in the UK by offering free superfast broadband - but...

Governments Worried Sick Over Heathcare Spending

Healthcare spending is a big issue for voters around the world - but which countries spend the most? The big surprise is the United States...

Is It Possible For Any Politician To Tell The Truth?

It’s fast becoming impossible for ordinary voters to know which politicians to believe. The days of honest statesmen brokering deals behind closed doors in smoke...