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According to a report, Facebook is not testing a “dislike” button, but will give you a choice of six emojis.
A campaign by Capetonian live electronic act “The Kiffness” to stop Telkom’s “talking babies” advertisements has gone viral.
EWN Sports Reporter Marc Lewis on why, despite the odds, the Springboks will win the World Cup for the third time on 31 October.
The CEO SleepOut initiative raised over R26-million and is now ready to give a detailed breakdown of how it will allocate the funds.
Deloitte’s Dr Martyn Davies discusses what the Chinese are doing to fight corruption.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed independent analyst Craig Martin who shared his stock picks for the week.
Bruce Whitfield interviewed Thomas Piketty, famed economist and author of the bestselling “Capital in the Twenty-First Century”.
The movie stars Joburg-born actor Andreas Damm as Pistorius and Victoria Secret model Toni Garrn as Reeva Steenkamp.
Max Price says Council on Higher Education's announcement that UKZN, UCT and UL could lose their LLB accreditation is not right.
Bruce Whitfield interviews Outa’s Wayne Duvenhage about his open letter to MultiChoice, who will pay ANN7 R245 million.
Tsogo Sun Cape regional manager explains which items are free to be taken home by guests and why.
Loo Me is a simple yet effective scented foam that takes the yuck out of "mellowing" toilets preventing multiple flushes.