The battle to remove Gordhan and ultimately President Cyril Ramaphosa from office is in full swing, writes Adriaan Basson.
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While they are edible raw, the rhizomes found are fibrous and tough until cooked.
Cancer is everywhere. Here are 34 of the most potent, carcinogenic things you can breathe in, swallow, or be around. Reader, beware.
From finding the building blocks for life on Mars to breakthroughs in gene editing and the rise of artificial intelligence, here are six major scientific discoveries that shaped the 2010s - and what leading experts say could come next.
Ranger, who will forever be a puppy due to a rare condition that prevents him from growing, has become a social media star.
It takes a lot to stand out — but this Komodo dragon seems to have achieved that by deciding to wear a turtle as a hat.
At a pair of burial mounds in Ecuador, archaeologists uncovered two infant skeletons that were buried wearing helmets made of older children's skulls.
If you think you can’t get your driver’s licence, these rats did.
Superbolts unleash 1,000 times more energy than normal lightning. They appear in the winter, over the ocean.
The find was so new to science the researchers had to invent a new scientific term for the tracks, which they have coined “Marineropodidae” meaning “seafarer foot traces”.
If you've ever felt that mosquitoes specifically target you more than your friends, you could be right.
The tests claim – controversially – the ability to spot a genetic predisposition to conditions such as lactose intolerance, cancer, and diabetes.
Looking at warmer colours late at night might be worse for your sleep than blue light, according to a study from the University of Manchester.
The newly crowned Miss America 2020, Camille Schrier, is working to earn a doctor of pharmacy degree at Virginia Commonwealth University.
This year, scientists rendered the first-ever image of a black hole, glimpsed a giant squid, and identified a possibly habitable exoplanet.
Dogs can detect everything from bombs to cancer with their sensitive noses. But it's not clear whether dogs can sense when you're pregnant.
Robert Chelsea suffered burns over 60% of his body and face after his car was struck by a drunk driver in 2013. He received a face transplant in July.
The Paris zoo's latest attraction is a brainless, eyeless, single-celled organism with no limbs or stomach but more than 700 genders.
MIT Media Lab staff faked key elements of its "personal food computer" project, insiders told Business Insider. In one instance, staff were told to place herbs grown elsewhere into the boxes.
Researchers have suggested the strange substance could be "melt glass," formed from meteorites crashing into the lunar surface.
Believe it or not, female scientists are responsible for early sketches of the computer and the DNA double helix — but they often weren't given credit for their work originally.
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