Former president Jacob Zuma was never going to remain the all-powerful and omnipresent political figure that he thought, writes Pieter du Toit.
The team of researchers found that free digital goods "provide substantial value to consumers even if they do not contribute substantially to GDP."
The South African jelly is so rare it has yet to be formally described and given a scientific name.
Some of the world's brightest young health minds will be working under the supervision of senior HIV scientists to gain insight into combatting this global epidemic.
There's a reason your vacuum, car, potato chips, are way louder than they need to be.
Blood pressure rises and stroke risk increases with every drink we have, according to a major new study from the University of Oxford.
Future Africa is the University of Pretoria's new flagship research institute and pan-African platform, which aspires to transform the world through African research excellence.
A key driver of marijuana-related emergency visits to a Colorado hospital since dagga was legalised in the state was a mysterious syndrome characterised by severe nausea and vomiting called CHS.
The first results of the Apple Heart Study are in. They suggest the Apple Watch can detect heart problems like atrial fibrillation or afib.
It’s all part of their eggcelent idea to bring down the costs of producing protein-based drugs used for treating cancer.
According to a new study in Europe and the US, there's an association between voting for Trump or Brexit and believing conspiracy theories, including about vaccination.
No, it's not just because it's a little awkward to be staring directly into someone's eyeball.
There are over 3,500 species of them.
It also found that younger people tend to chinwag more than older adults.
When it comes to choosing which companies to invest in, it’s important to remove your personal experience with said business from the investment process, advises investment expert Simon Brown. Not doing so can cloud your judgement.
A handful of activities can be truly detrimental to your health. In some cases, new studies have found a link between those habits and an early death.
Payment is often used to get people to enrol in research studies, but the fact that they're being paid might encourage them to lie about their eligibility or other aspects.
A research team has mapped the great white shark's genome and found the keys to why it heals faster and lives longer than humans.
Bigger dogs have better short-term memory and self-control than smaller ones. But their size has no impact on tests of social intelligence.
They outraged, fascinated, frustrated, intrigued, and changed the world.
Our genes play less of a role in how long we live than previously thought.
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