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Nampak lifts volumes as demand recovers

John van Gend said overall demand for packaging improved during the review period, compared to the previous year.
By Melody Chikono
 11h ago

WhatsApp to enable messaging in internet blackouts

WhatsApp is urging its global community to volunteer proxies to help people "communicate freely" and said it would offer guidance on how to set one up.
By Bbc News Jan. 5, 2023

Mass tech layoffs in US spawn new wave of start-ups

However, a wave of would-be entrepreneurs is emerging from the ashes of the mass job losses seen in Silicon Valley in the second half of 2022, according to venture capitalists.
By Reuters Jan. 3, 2023

‘No Ali burial until Sikhala is freed’

It is alleged that a distant uncle had approached some relatives informing them that there was intent to bury Ali’s remains on Wednesday at Mabvuku Cemetary.
By Taurai Mangudhla Dec. 30, 2022

TikTok, YouTube could be targeted under Australia’s media code

The federal government is considering whether it should use landmark media bargaining laws
By The Sydney Morning Herald Dec. 6, 2022

WhatsApp down: App not working as users unable to send or receive messages

Downdetector is reporting a major spike with around 30,000 reports online.
By Business Today Oct. 25, 2022

Shareholders pump $19bn into troubled RioZim

Dalny Mine slipped into care and maintenance and its shafts were subsequently flooded.
By Shame Makoshori Oct. 10, 2022

‘Some plants can short-circuit toxic effects of metals’

As human viruses like HIV and SARS-CoV-2 (the coronavirus behind Covid-19) have shown, certain pathogens can short-circuit the immune system.
By Marshall Keyster Oct. 7, 2022

South Korea is making efforts to regulate Metaverse

The South Korean government is still in the process of developing regulations for Metaverse
By Theindependent Oct. 6, 2022