Monthly Archives: March 2019

DON THE YELLOW JERSEY AND SHOW SUPPORT FOR THE NATIONAL FOOTBALL TEAMS

Bafana Bafana, the only unbeaten team in Group E of the Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers 2019, head into their final group match needing only a single point to qualify for AFCON Egypt 2019. The squad has assembled in Tunis, Tunisia to prepare for this all-important match, and go into the clash as one of the very few unbeaten teams

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Fans react to #AKAOrchestraOnTheSquare

Local rapper AKA’s one night only Orchestra On The Square concert was well received by his fans on Sunday with many sharing their experience online. The “Baddest” rapper made history as the first hip-hop artist to perform with a 30-piece orchestra at the Time Square, Sun Area in Pretoria.  Performing in front of thousands of fans, AKA debuted an orchestral arrangement

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ZTE’s next phone could slide sideways to reveal its cameras

Renders claiming to show an unannounced phone from ZTE called the Axon S have appeared online, showing a slider that moves horizontally to conceal its cameras. According to the images posted by Notebook Italia, the phone’s screen slides sideways to reveal both its front-facing cameras as well as its triple rear camera array. In the last year, sliding mechanisms have emerged alongside hole-punch displays as

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Two arrested for ‘pushing student to death’ in Pretoria

A Teenager was allegedly pushed from the seventh floor at Wall Flat in Arcadia. Sunnyside police have arrested two men who allegedly pushed an 18-year-old student from the seventh floor of a building in Arcadia on Saturday morning. The two men were arrested on Sunday afternoon after police worked tirelessly throughout the night trying to locate them, Sunnyside police spokesperson

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Fast Forward: China uses facial recognition for payments

China is testing a number of new 5G-backed technologies, including facial recognition ticketing, the South China Morning Post reports. The technology has been implemented at the Futian station in Shenzhen, where commuters can scan their faces at the entrance gate to board the train. The cost of the train ticket is then deducted from their linked accounts, reducing the amount

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SA’s energy map should consider all role players

South Africa should consider all energy sources available in its future energy plans, says Energy Minister Jeff Radebe. “During the energy planning process, we therefore cannot discriminate against or favour any particular energy carriers,” said Radebe. Addressing the BBQ Awards held at Emperor’s Palace on Friday, Radebe said the country cannot ignore the fact that South Africa is endowed with

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