A Chinese woman was sentenced to a R50,000 fine or three years’ imprisonment by the Kempton Park Regional Court on Wednesday for trying to smuggling ivory through South Africa, the SA Revenue Service said.
Egypt's public prosecutor ordered former President Mohamed Mursi and 34 other Islamists to stand trial on charges including conspiring with foreign groups to commit terrorist acts in Egypt and divulging military secrets to a foreign state.
A Harvard University student who told investigators he had sent hoax e-mails claiming there were bombs planted around the school this week to get out of taking a final exam appeared in court on Wednesday to face criminal charges.
He’s in your fridge, on your bookshelf and taking over your television screen. But as “Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues” brings back a cult comedy classic, has fictional leading man Ron Burgundy sold out? The answer is “yes.” Even the director said so.
Microwave popcorn makers could face a long and difficult task ridding their snacks of trans fats, if a US Food and Drug Administration proposal to ban the additives goes into effect. Just ask Orville Redenbacher.
The Audi A3 sedan is the latest example of car manufacturers' continued efforts to cover every niche in the market. From the appealing A1 to the R8 supercar, Audi now covers a wide range, offering buyers choices from around R200 000 up to R3-million.
The European Commission said it would ban meat from cloned animals but stopped short of imposing restrictions on produce from the offspring of such animals, a potentially sensitive issue in EU-US free trade talks.
The year is 2040. The rain is incessant, with storms that last for days. And it is hot. The heat comes in waves that seem to go on for longer and longer. It turns out that the climate-change hype was real. The daily failure of the ageing electricity grid makes...
Bram Lammers and Carlos Amato | 06 July, 2012 17:30
Nimrod Vass in his Carnarvon restaurant, Emzini Wakuti House of Traditional Foods Image by: Bram Lammers
The MeerKAT 7 radio telescope array, a precursor to SKA, north of Carnarvon Image by: Bram Lammers
Astronomer Sean Passmoor at the MeerKAT 7 array, north of Carnarvon Image by: Bram Lammers
The MeerkKAT 7 array, a precursor to the SKA project, north of Carnarvon. Image by: Bram Lammers
A dam near Carnarvon after heavy rains Image by: Bram Lammers
A social weaver's nest between Carnarvon and Van Wyksvlei Image by: Bram Lammers
A ewe and her lamb, between Loxton and Carnarvon Image by: Bram Lammers
A veteran biker and his dog taking a break at Blikkies Bar, Carnarvon Image by: Bram Lammers
Some of the beer cans in the vast collection houses on the walls of Blikkies Bar, Carnarvo Image by: Bram Lammers
An early 19th-century corbelled house in Carnarvon. Nomadic trekboers built the corbelled houses, which keep cool in the extreme summer heat of the Great Karoo. They are mysteriously similar to ancient Mediterranean dwellings Image by: Bram Lammers
A beam of sunlight pierces the grey, near Carnarvon Image by: Bram Lammers