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Artificial intelligence holds far-reaching consequences for modern economies. Many of the jobs we are asked to do will change; a lot of them might disappear altogether. Facing this existential upheaval, experts advise that smart AI regul
Dan Marokane, the new CEO of Eskom , will take over a loss-making company that's under immense pressure to do more to bring an end to years of power cuts that have throttled the economy. A chemical engineer who previously served
Thabsie Mabezane, a transgender woman and LGBT+ activist in South Africa, was aware of personal safety when she met a man on the dating app Tinder earlier this year. She told him that she preferred to meet up in a public space i
The East Africa region has the fastest growing population in Africa. Between 2013 and 2017, its growth rate was twice the African average . The region is also experiencing strong economic growth . It's sub-Saharan share of GDP has risen
An analysis of over 270,000 peoples genomes has found that people with genes linked to having children earlier in life are also more likely to die before the age of 76
Much of the Great Wall of China is covered in a biocrust of lichen, moss and cyanobacteria it turns out this isnt slowly destroying the wall, as was previously thought, but is slowing its degradation
The National Communication Authority of Ghana has warned Internet users not to use Starlink or its services. Per the regulator, the satellite Internet service hasn't obtained a licence or type-approved its equipment.
African fintech unicorn, Flutterwave, acquires money transfer licences for 13 states in the United States
Flutterwave has acquired money transfer licences for 13 states in the United States. This move will enable customers to have access to 29 states in the US.
Regal jumpers, a type of jumping spider, appear to be less interested in each other if they have met before, suggesting that the arachnids recognise individuals within their species
Psychiatrist Deepak DSouza says we are finally beginning to understand the relationship between cannabis use and schizophrenia, including which drug users are most at risk
The CEO of the State IT Agency (Sita), Bongani Mabaso, has resigned with immediate effect, signalling further turmoil at the long-troubled company that has been wracked in the past by corruption. Mabaso confirmed to TechCentral