The ‘care’ emoji will start appearing in Facebook’s main app this week, while the Messenger’s emoji was rolled out on 17 April 2020.
There’s a lot of talk about digital media. Increasing screen time has created worries about media’s impacts on democracy, addiction, depression, relationships, learning, health, privacy and much more.
Treasury said the negative outlook reflects the prospect of further significant upside pressure on government debt and additional downside risks associated with the global shock.
Simon Mair, Research Fellow at University of Surrey, gives four examples of what the world could look like after the COVID-19 pandemic.
The COVID-19 pandemic is different from many crises in that it has affected all of us regardless of politics, economics, religion, age or nationality.
Based on new projections for economic growth, experts suggest the impact of the coronavirus might significantly curb global emissions and change the way we tackle climate concerns.
The department urged all sectors of society to work together tocombat stereotypes, prejudices and harmful practices relating to persons with disabilities in all spheres of life.
Maranatha Reformed Church of Christ (MRCC) has cancelled the Easter pilgrimage, conferences, and other gatherings until further notice to curb the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).
While South African schools remain closed during the Covid-19 pandemic, Curro Holdings, the country’s largest independent education provider, has announced that its schools are equipped for learning to continue via a virtual and remote learning strategy.
As travellers cancel flights, businesses ask workers to stay home, and stocks fall, a global health crisis becomes a global economic crisis. Here’s how COVID-19 will impact poorer economies.
Why was the decision to delay the launch taken – especially given that both Rosalind Franklin and Kazachok are already built? Monica Grady, Professor of Planetary and Space Sciences at The Open University, explains why.
In a bid to keep coronavirus (COVID-19) at bay, Mozambique Airlines (LAM) announced that it will reduce its number of flights.
How the Earth got its Moon is a long-debated question.
Since its launch in 2016, the online video sharing platform TikTok has grown at an astonishing rate.
Four suspects, aged between 31 and 50, were arrested and are expected to appear in the Cape Town Magistrates’ Court on Monday 24 February. In the Northern Cape, a 23-year-old rapist was handed a 30-year life sentence.
In August 2016, Halalisani Eugene Gumede, Lungisane Gamelihle Madlala, and Ntuthuko Mseleku attacked and robbed a tavern in Palm Ridge, east of Johannesburg.
The internet revolution of the past 20 years has opened up countless new ways for people to shop, bank, find love – and to commit crimes.
South African businesswomen are set to benefit from a government platform that will assist in taking their ventures to global markets.
The issue of risk in Africa is often exaggerated, despite the risk of loss being lower than in Latin America, President Cyril Ramaphosa said on Saturday, 8 February.
Several passengers were injured when two minibus taxis collided Bishop Lavis. In Gauteng, a minibus taxi collided with a truck.
The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) on Friday said there had been a dramatic increase of brutal attacks by armed groups in Mozambique over the past months.
Minister of Human Settlements, Water and Sanitation Lindiwe Sisulu said the department will explore the technology to address water challenges in the province.
Former SAA Chairperson, Dudu Myeni filed an urgent appeal after Outa applied to have her declared as a delinquent director.
Gwede Mantashe released the 2019 mine health and safety statistics as the mining sector marks the 60th anniversary of the Coalbrook mining disaster.