Media Watch

'19Jan
14

RUSH HOUR: Fury at girlfriend’s $70 rule

The effects of online dating on society might be much more profound than most people think. A new study is connecting the rise of online dating to an increase in interracial marriages and marriages that last longer...
'19Jan
13

Macron seeks to turn 'anger into solutions' in open letter to France

Emmanuel Macron has launched a two-month “great national debate” in France with a 2,330-word open letter to the country.The French president hopes the nationwide public consultation will take the sting out of the...
'19Jan
13

Morocco's Amazigh want their new year to become official holiday

RABAT (Reuters) - Hundreds of people gathered in Morocco’s capital Rabat late on Saturday to mark the start of the Amazigh new year with a sit-in calling on the state to make the celebration a national holiday....
'19Jan
13

Perspective: Is advanced technology creating or killing jobs?

By Stanley OmadoghoARE advanced technologies – artificial intelligence, robotics, machine learning, virtual reality, mass 3D printing, biotechnology, chatbots, deep learning, drones, augmented reality and smart...
'19Jan
13

Government warns local civic society organisations as Zimbabwe titters on the brink

The government has strongly warned local civic society organisations that have “colluded with some foreign regime change agents to cause chaos in the country”.The government’s warning comes after 27 people from...
'19Jan
13

Reflections from within

Literature festivals are democratic sites to discuss ideas. They grapple with a whole gamut of issues and they use books, not violence or intimidation, as entry points to unpack complex realities and understand our...
'19Jan
13

Jockeys’ chief urges more testing after Irish increase riders’ cocaine bans

Racing’s ruling body should refrain from copying the Irish example in seeking harsher penalties for jockeys who fail drug tests and instead consider a significant increase in the number of tests carried out,...
'19Jan
13

Do not reverse onus of proof for black economy crimes, say experts

Email By business reporterNassim Khadem Updated January 14, 2019 08:26:57 Photo: Treasury is considering the...
'19Jan
13

Why Silicon Valley needs more visas

Henrique Dubugras is the founderBrex, the billion-dollar corporate credit provider for startups. More posts by this contributor Lessons from building Brex into a billion-dollar startup When I hear protesters...
'19Jan
13

Change in Congo

After last month’s general election, the Democratic Republic of Congo (DR Congo) is anxiously awaiting the first ever transfer of power via the ballot since gaining independence in 1960. President Joseph Kabila,...

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