Farmers lose out as consumers oppose GMOs
PARIS – European farmers are likely to fall behind in the competitive world grain market as EU consumer hostility to genetically modified organisms (GMOs) drives away research and prevents cultivation of high-yield and pest-resistant crops.
Varsity to act on racist slurs
UNIVERSITY of KwaZulu-Natal (UKZN) students and staff who engaged in a racial war of words on Facebook will be dealt with accordingly, campus authorities say.
ANC councillors killed in crash
THREE ANC councillors died instantly and others were seriously injured when the minibus taxi they were travelling in overturned on the R72 road in Alexandria at the weekend.
Sports Minister in sex scandal
Married Minister of Sport Fikile Mbalula – who last night celebrated his 40th birthday with a lavish party in Pretoria – is embroiled in a nasty spat with a former lover.
Kabuso report: Why heads should roll
HERALD reporter Brian Hayward explains in a nutshell the most controversial issues exposed in the 175-page forensic report.
Secrets brought to light from letters
TWO projects singled out by Local Government MEC Mlibo Qoboshiyane when he finally made public the Kabuso report yesterday are laid bare in secret letters to political bigwigs and confidential special investigations attached in the report’s annexures.
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