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Reesha Chibba

Reesha Chibba

    The truth is out there ... somewhere
    The truth is out there ... somewhere
    South Africa's Unidentified Flying Objects Resource (Saufor) will host its second annual Unbind Your Mind UFO conference in celebration of World...
    It's a hard life on the streets of Johannesburg
    It's a hard life on the streets of Johannesburg
    A group of men sits huddled around a two-plate stove. They rub their hands, trying to stay warm; one eats porridge with a wooden spoon straight out...
    The Soweto uprisings commemorated in pictures
    The Soweto uprisings commemorated in pictures
    Peter Magubane's poignant exhibition of pictures at the Apartheid Museum, captured during the Soweto uprisings of 1976, transports one back to a...
    Could two time zones help electricity demand?
    Could two time zones help electricity demand?
    South Africa should consider the introduction of two time zones in order to alleviate Eskom's electricity peak-demand woes, said Professor Christo...
    Ryk 'devastated' after medals go missing during robbery
    Ryk 'devastated' after medals go missing during robbery
    South African Olympic gold medallist Ryk Neethling is distraught after his Sandton home was robbed early on Friday morning and some of his medals...
    The good news is 'there will be gas'
    The good news is 'there will be gas'
    Residents in Johannesburg and other inland and KwaZulu-Natal regions who are experiencing gas shortages need not panic because "there will be gas",...
    Sponsor woes get SA down ahead of Streetfootball Cup
    Sponsor woes get SA down ahead of Streetfootball Cup
    The South African streetfootball team, which is participating in the first Streetfootball World Cup, to be held during the Soccer World Cup in...
    'Unprecedented demand' leads to gas shortage
    'Unprecedented demand' leads to gas shortage
    Suppliers of gas cylinders for heating have run out of stock after this week's cold spell and customers in Johannesburg and other inland and...
    Bad printing habits lead to large-scale paper wastage
    Bad printing habits lead to large-scale paper wastage
    The retail sector in Europe outstrips other sectors with regard to the highest rate of paper wastage. A quarter of all pages in the workplace are...
    Survey: Media 'prejudiced' against gay community
    Survey: Media 'prejudiced' against gay community
    An internet-based survey conducted by South Africa's Triangle Project in April has revealed that most of the respondents felt that the country's...
    'I don't think online is going to kill newspapers'
    'I don't think online is going to kill newspapers'
    Fienie Grobler, the new editor of The Media magazine, speaks...
    Tour d'Afrique tests the toughest
    Tour d'Afrique tests the toughest
    The Tour d'Afrique, the world's toughest cycling race, which stretches from Cairo to Cape Town and covers 10 African countries over a distance of...