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October 6, 2017 4:00 AM Teen brutally murdered in parents’ house

Social media yesterday was rife with reports that the 15-year-old was found with multiple stab wounds and a knife in her neck. Tatitown acting station commander, assistant superintendent Nkwali Mbereki said the young girl’s older brother found her dead at around 10:00am during the Independence celebrations. He said the deceased was a student at Chamabona 90

October 5, 2017 6:00 PM Neanderthals Weren't As Incestuous as We Thought, Ancient DNA Reveals

Scientists have sequenced the genome of a female Neanderthal that died about 50,000 years ago in Croatia. It’s the fifth successful Neanderthal genome sequencing, and only the second one of high quality, according to the results published today in Science. It is also much closer to the Neanderthals that would have bred with the ancestors of modern humans 98

October 4, 2017 3:48 PM Google takes aim at Apple, Microsoft and Amazon as it unveils $49 Home Mini smart speaker and $399 'Max' music speaker alongside Pixel 2 handset and Pixelbook 'convertible laptop'

Google is unveiling a host of new hardware at it's San Francisco office today in a bid to take on everyone from Amazon to Apple and Microsoft. Among the expected new releases are the Pixel 2 smartphone, the latest Chromebook Pixel, an updated Daydream VR headset, and the $49 Home Mini speaker and $399 Max music speaker. Sundar Pichai began the presentation 87

October 2, 2017 11:49 PM US body clock geneticists take 2017 Nobel Medicine Prize

STOCKHOLM, Sweden (AFP) — US geneticists Jeffrey C Hall, Michael Rosbash and Michael W Young were awarded the Nobel Medicine Prize on Monday for shedding light on the biological clock that governs the sleep-wake cycles of most living things. The team's work revealed the role of genes in setting the "circadian clock" which regulates sleep and eating patterns 102

October 1, 2017 11:45 PM Masire: the President who left Botswana, world an enduring legacy

Since his death in June 2017, the late Quett Ketumile Masire, Botswana’s former Minister of Finance and Development Planning (1966-1980) and President (1980-1998), has been remembered largely in these terms.(The Conversation) In the Western press, the legacies of African leaders tend to hinge on their respect for term limits, property rights, and fiscal 117

October 1, 2017 1:53 PM Buhari contesting election in 2019 will be a big joke — Akinjide

Nigeria is celebrating its 57th independence anniversary. Are you proud to be a Nigerian? No, I am not. Nigeria should have done better than what we have now. We should have been the best country in Africa. Sometime ago, I went to a university in Cape Town to deliver a lecture, and after the lecture, I answered some questions. It’s a pity, Nigeria should 134

October 1, 2017 9:33 AM What I Learned Watching The Girls Next Door as a Grown Woman

After being bombarded with Hugh Hefner’s death on my newsfeed, I decided to revisit one of my favorite shows as a 16-year-old, The Girls Next Door, for a nice nostalgic venture down memory lane last Friday evening. Within ten minutes of settling into the first episode of the series, my expectations of a fond recall quickly turned into unexpected disgust 416

September 29, 2017 2:28 PM Nearly 200,000 women in Wales living with heart disease

Nearly 200,000 women in Wales are living with heart and circulatory disease, according to latest figures from the British Heart Foundation. Statistics released today - on World Heart Day - also reveal 4,500 women in Wales are dying from conditions such as heart attack and stroke each year. The heart charity says that these figures dispel the myth that heart 85

September 28, 2017 4:00 AM Drug dealers can’t be allowed to target primary students

Street vendors are our brothers and sisters, and neighbours whom we trust with the welfare of our children for the reason that they regularly interact with them in our absence. In return, the children view and trust them as their parents and are confident that the vendors will not sell them harmful substances. It is disturbing however, when the same people 66

September 27, 2017 3:08 PM SNES Classic review: It’s adorable, but it may not have the games you’re looking for

Nintendo nostalgia kicks into high gear this week, as the video game company preps for the Friday launch of the SNES Classic, a limited-release mini-version of the Super Nintendo Entertainment System first released in the United States in 1991. Nintendo has already faced a preorder supply debacle, prompting a promise that the company would make sure there 68