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SA parties just got an effective 33% discount to register for the 2019 elections
SA parties just got an effective 33% discount to register for the 2019 elections

But if history is any guide, South Africa will still turn a decent profit as failed...

Phillip de Wet, Business Insider SA  Jan 17, 2019, 02:42 PM
This app gives you free restaurant meals in SA - but you need to be beautiful
This app gives you free restaurant meals in SA - but you need to be beautiful

Beauty Pass is an invitation-only application for models from selected fashion agencies,...

James de Villiers , Business in Africa  Jan 17, 2019, 01:30 PM
A Toto song will play ‘forever’ in the middle of the Namib desert – or at least until the sand eats it
A Toto song will play ‘forever’ in the middle of the Namib desert – or at least until the sand eats it

The installation in Namibia consists of six speakers attached to an MP3 player, powered...

James de Villiers , Business Insider SA  Jan 17, 2019, 10:46 AM
People are petitioning Google to remove a gay conversion therapy app
People are petitioning Google to remove a gay conversion therapy app

An online petition calling for the gay conversion app to be removed from Google's Play...

Paige Leskin, Business Insider US  Jan 17, 2019, 09:05 AM
New videos of the farthest object humanity has ever explored show that it flips like a giant hourglass
New videos of the farthest object humanity has ever explored show that it flips like a giant hourglass

NASA's New Horizons probe recently flew past a snowman-shaped space rock called 2014 MU69...

Dave Mosher, Business Insider US  Jan 17, 2019, 08:56 AM
China wants to launch to Mars next year — part of an ambitious plan to bring the first Martian soil samples back to Earth
China wants to launch to Mars next year — part of an ambitious plan to bring the first Martian soil samples back to Earth

China recently landed a spacecraft on the far side of the moon, and is also working on a...

Dave Mosher, Business Insider US  Jan 17, 2019, 08:51 AM
People are trashing their razors to protest Gillette's ad about toxic masculinity
People are trashing their razors to protest Gillette's ad about toxic masculinity

Gillette is facing a lot of backlash over its new ad - but it also has supporters.

Mary Hanbury, Business Insider US  Jan 17, 2019, 08:39 AM