Almost 40 years after the first human test-tube baby was born, South African scientists have produced something bulkier: the first Cape buffalo brought into the world by in vitro fertilisation (IVF).
Children in KwaZulu-Natal are suffering from medical complications after being given herbal enemas.
The driver was unharmed‚ but the “injuries” to the solar car he was driving were feared to be “far worse”.
Yahoo said Thursday a massive attack on its network in 2014 allowed hackers to steal data from half a billion users and may have been "state sponsored."
South African scientists unveil test-tube buffalo, plan IVF rhino
KwaZulu Natal health boss warns: Don't use herbal enemas
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Yahoo hack hit 500 million users, likely 'state sponsored'
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