Psoriasis is a chronic ailment and requires lifelong management but it can be managed if treated properly.
11 Nov 2013 11:12
The so-called cellphone 'allergy' that produces itchy red bumps and blisters along users' jaws, cheeks and ears, is driven by the nickel components of cellphones and speaking endlessly on one's cellphone exacerbates it.
8 Nov 2013 16:12
Children conceived using In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF) and similar techniques have no increased overall risk of cancer in childhood, according to a Cancer Research UK study.
7 Nov 2013 16:43
JOHANNESBURG: A recent study of the projected impacts of differing climate change scenarios on maize and wheat production in South Africa shows that the scientific community is still far from being able to predict the effect of global warming on food production with accuracy.
By Jaspreet Kindra 5 Nov 2013 06:41
Here are some well-known and visionary South African inventors and entrepreneurs, whose pioneering work has received international recognition, and contributed to many improvements in our world.
9 Oct 2013 06:44
WINDHOEK - Experts carried out DNA tests on Monday (2 December) in an effort to speedily identify the 33 people who were on a Mozambique Airlines plane that crashed in Namibia killing all on board.
4 Dec 2013 09:04
The SKA School, which will take place from 30 November until 5 December 2013, at the UKZN Westville campus, will provide a dynamic environment for the students to work with leading international astronomers from Canada, France, India and the US.
2 Dec 2013 10:56
The Deputy Minister of Science and Technology, Michael Masutha, will address an event at the University of Cape Town on 21 November 2013, to showcase projects funded through a science and technology (S&T) partnership between South Africa and the European Union (EU).
21 Nov 2013 12:36
Lots of attractions, interactive experiences and EDUtainment is the name of the game at uShaka Kids World. At Little Fry's, kiddies can "stick and paste" and test their skills at painting to create works of art to show off to their friends. There are also other fun attractions like the On Da Block Go Building Lounge and Riggadees Dough Café.
14 Nov 2013 10:13
Immune cells, known as Natural Killer T cells, could be redirected to help fight the childhood cancer, neuroblastoma, according to research presented at the National Cancer Research Institute (NCRI) Cancer Conference in Liverpool (Tuesday).
8 Nov 2013 09:09
Building more universities in South Africa will help ease the burden that many prospective students face when enrolling for further studies, says Department of Higher Education and Training Minister Dr Blade Nzimande.
By Nkosinathi Sengwayo 1 Nov 2013 07:11
In a global environment characterised by the growing role of science, the Nansen-Tutu Centre for Marine Environmental Research is slowly enhancing knowledge of marine science, a subject that is widely misunderstood by many in South Africa.
By Rudo Mungoshi 22 Oct 2013 12:35
Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga says there have been major developments in the education sector, particularly in the transformation of the curriculum.
17 Oct 2013 06:12
In keeping with Heritage Day, members of the South African Science Journalists' Association launched Scibraai, a blog dedicated to showcasing South African science and technology, and the people that make the "magic" happen.
25 Sep 2013 09:34
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