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NSA leakers revealed the latest Windows security
Microsoft had already fixed a number of Windows security vulnerabilities before they were revealed last week by the Shadow Brokers.
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PICS: Bookstore on wheels turns heads in Baghdad
The Iraqis guarding Baghdad's checkpoints don't know what to make of Ali al-Moussawi when he pulls up in a truck displaying shelves of glossy books.
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Get paid to create a social media buzz
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The Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus are Samsung's newest phones, hitting the market on Friday with a selling price starting at $720.
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National glory a 'soothing feeling' for Wayde van Niekerk
Winning the SA 200m title in a world-leading time justifies Wayde van Niekerk's decision to go for the double at the World Championships in August.
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Man City's Guardiola ready for 'special' Wembley return
Pep Guardiola is preparing to make a special return to Wembley as Manchester City face Arsenal in the FA Cup semi-finals on Sunday.
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Stormers coach Fleck still resolute after Crusaders hiding
Stormers coach Robbie Fleck is focusing on the positives from Saturday's defeat to the Crusaders, praising his team for their determination.
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Nick Durandt was colossal figure in boxing
In close to three decades in the ring, Nick Durandt produced almost 40 world champs, writes Elijah Moholola.
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Let's not unlearn the lessons of 2008
The Trump administration is more than halfway through the 120 day review of financial regulation that the president ordered on February 3.Time flies!
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ANC speaks out after journalist threatened
The ANC has slammed the growing number of threats being made against activists and journalists, after an investigative journalist received death threats.
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PhD written in isiXhosa hailed as milestone
Rhodes University’s first PhD thesis in isiXhosa has been described as a glimmer of hope in the quest for a decolonised and transformed education system in SA.
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Besieged Zuma hits back at his foes
President Zuma used a visit to his home province to hit out at critics of radical economic transformation within the ANC, saying they lacked backbone.
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