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September 20, 2017 1:31 AM Get taste of new reality with next generation of iPhone

The new handsets, officially launched this week, will be used as a platform for new apps which let users virtually manipulate the rooms, parks or streets around them. Mixed reality apps from home, building and game companies are already filling up the App Store. One app from Ikea lets you select furniture to 'test' what it looks like as a live installation 47

September 12, 2017 8:27 PM SA to assist Lesotho in development

South Africa is to help Lesotho discard its status as one of the world's least developed countries within five years, leaders of the two governments said on Thursday. The realisation of this undertaking would favour South Africa as much as its small neighbour, President Thabo Mbeki told a media conference after a full day of talks with senior Lesotho 117

September 11, 2017 3:33 PM 10-day fête comes to an end

Zimbabweans momentarily forgot about bank queues and cash shortages, as they partook in a 10-day merrymaking fête, where public drinking was permissible and Harare was teeming with all sorts of people, but it is over now, as the curtain came down on the Harare International Carnival, yesterday. While Zimbabweans are reeling from the economic crisis 97

September 10, 2017 10:24 PM Majestic sounds, sights at the Carnival

The week of festivities ended in style as the capital became a hive of activity throughout the day on Saturday. Events were held at various places last week and Saturday sealed the dominance of the event that has become the biggest entertainment showcase of the year. As early as 8am streets of Harare were filled with fun-loving people as they made merry 94

September 8, 2017 4:00 AM Lobatse streets naming underway

In an interview on the sidelines of a consultation meeting recently, he said the names were suggested during a series of Kgotla meetings on the basis of their relevance to the history of the town. Mogotetsi said names were weighed on the basis of the impact of their bearers in the community and the council is yet to re-consult the community before a final 31

September 6, 2017 4:41 AM Mob justice not good for society

The residents accused the father of ‘selling’ his child to a businessman who is also a neighbour and a friend of the family. The riots ensued when a Sangoma and a traditional doctor claimed that the boy was in the guesthouse, inciting the mob to cause a lot of destruction to the building. The body of the boy was later found in a borehole intact with no suspicious 73

September 6, 2017 3:09 AM Carnival fireworks set for Friday night

CARNIVAL-goers will on Friday be spoilt for choice on the biggest night of this year’s edition of the Harare International Carnival, with three high-profile events — Samba Night, Rhumba Night and Dancehall Night — packed into the same evening. Zimbabwe Tourism Authority (ZTA) chief executive officer Karikoga Kaseke confirmed the developments, saying 82

August 31, 2017 4:08 AM Recovered looted funds should be channeled into reviving textile sector — Shade Thomas-Fahm

Chief (Mrs) Sade Thomas-Fahm is notable for kick-starting the Nigerian fashion industry and for being the first to own a boutique in the country. She speaks to Woman’s Own on the evolution of Nigerian fashion and decries the failure of government to see the opportunities in the sector, urging them to revive the textile industry. YOU’VE helped to shape 79

August 30, 2017 6:36 AM Sex charge pastor is here 'illegally' too

The televangelist was back in the Port Elizabeth Magistrate’s Court yesterday where he was meant to apply for bail on new facts. However, proceedings in Court 22 were cut short due to an urgent application brought before the Port Elizabeth High Court to have the pastor’s work visa renewed. The pastor now has new legal representation from the firm Mcloughlin 76

August 28, 2017 5:37 PM People are urging donations for Harvey relief efforts — just not to the Red Cross

As former president Barack Obama — as well as celebrities and local leaders — encourage donations to the American Red Cross, others on social media are telling donors to give elsewhere, criticizing the leading disaster-relief organization for its response to recent natural disasters, particularly the 2010 earthquake in Haiti. That sentiment has been shared 93