The enzyme is able to digest PET (polyethylene terephthalate) – the material used in the plastic bottles that are clogging up landfills, coastlines and oceans around the world.
Public comments have just been closed for the proposed Automotive Industry Code of Conduct. What changes does this new Code of Conduct contain?
Travelling on the road to your holiday destination can come with its ups and down. This is why smartphones can help you navigate the roads and reach your destination in a timely manner.
Spend some quality time with friends and family over this exceptional lamb dish in a potjie over the coals to celebrate our rich and diverse heritage. It’s worth it.
World Alzheimer’s Day: A study from Rush University in Chicago has found that following the MIND diet may reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s by as much as 50 percent.
WATCH. Today is World Alzheimer’s Day. Scientists have found preliminary evidence that THC and other compounds found in marijuana can promote the cellular removal of amyloid beta, a toxic protein associated with Alzheimer’s disease.
From 3D printing to agricultural drones, Africa is fast becoming a hub of innovation that could improve people’s lives using technology. Here are a few of our favourite African inventions.
If the decriminalization in South Africa of growing and using marijuana at home is confusing you, here’s some information that may clarify a few things.
It would seem that as one inexcusable incident of blatant racism recedes from public view, another reprehensible rant emerges – much to the disgust and outrage of most South Africans.
Marijuana has been dicriminalised in South Africa. What potential business spin offs does this provide?
The practice of collecting rainwater and storing it for subsequent use either indoors or outdoors might just be the solution for South Africa’s water crisis. Here are three reasons why.