Poor are being replaced by robots
Computers and robots are taking over many types of tasks, shoving aside some workers while boosting the productivity of specialised employees.
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Amazon's Self-driving vehicles
Self-driving vehicles have yet to hit the road in a major way, but Amazon already is exploring the technology's potential to change how your packages are delivered.
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Can world's haves help our have-nots?
To achieve truly inclusive growth and comprehensive transformation in Africa, Durban’s well-heeled guests have a huge task at WEF Africa, writes Dr Tigere Chagutah.
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US businesses asks for protection over paid leave laws
During the 2016 presidential campaign, both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton pledged their support for more paid family leave.
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Cheetahs Van Jaarsveld issued warning for bad sportsmanship
Torsten van Jaarsveld has been issued an official warning for bad sportsmanship during his side’s Super Rugby match against the Crusaders.
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Pushy parents often throttling their childrens' sporting potential
We all know that parent. He/she is the one whose career ended before it started, but he feels compelled to be the referee’s uninvited assistant.
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Bottas bags first F1 victory after close battle
Finland's Valtteri Bottas seized the first Formula One victory after jumping both Ferraris at the start.
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Highlands Park fire Gordon Igesund
Highlands Park have parted ways with coach Gordon Igesund with Les Grobler set to take over the position, the club confirmed.
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Iranian TV boss shot dead in Istanbul
The head of an Iranian satellite TV network who jailed in absentia by a Tehran court was reportedly killed in an ambush along with a business partner.
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Four killed in Carletonville crash
Four people were killed and two others were injured when their car overturned on the R501 near East Driefontein in Carletonville in Gauteng.
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Eskom confirms that Russians will continue nuclear bid
Rosatom's boss in Southern Africa, Viktor Polikarpov, told Independent Media nothing had changed with their plans to bid for the nuclear programme.
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Promising start, but will Mbalula follow through?
Police Minister Fikile Mbalula spoke the language many want to hear, about things many want to see done, says Lebo Keswa.
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