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Broken policies SA is in a mess, so why is President Ramaphosa smiling? asks Bennie van Zyl
Much publicity surrounded the visit of President Cyril Ramaphosa to the Muslim Community of Rylands in Cape Town to celebrate an evening meal – Ifthar – the breaking
16 Aug 2018
SETTING THE LOW - CARB TREND While many food trends these days are often fads—here one season and gone the next—if the last two decades are anything to go by, low-carb diets are here to stay
From the Atkins diet, which peaked in late 2003, to Banting, made popular in recent years by Professor Tim Noakes and, lately, the Ketogenic diet (or Keto for short), all indicate
08 May 2018
Bucking the trend in the drought Western Cape farmers take water security in their own hands
The Western Cape has faced its worst drought in a century, and this is the third consecutive year of that drought. Cape Town’s mayor has been at pains to point out
15 Feb 2018
How’s it growing? Farm smarter with drones and satellites
Drones and satellites provide a great new opportunity for farmers to understand their crops. A new technology platform from local startup DroneClouds, shows how things are growing
15 Feb 2018




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