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Study: COVID Variants Recognized By T Cells In Survivors

As variants of SARS-CoV-2 provoke concern that they might elude protective immune responses generated by prior infection or vaccination, a new study has found...

Delight Your Five Senses With The Perfect Guide Of Rainbow Nation

With its adventurous atmosphere, stunning wildlife, vibrant culture, rich heritage, and a varied bouquet of scenic surroundings spanning all geographical landforms, South Africa is...

South Africa Activities To Keep Little Ones Occupied

The pandemic has normalized work-from-home and study-from-home scenarios, leading to increased face time between parents and children in the new year. While both parents...

2021 Adventure Resolution: Must-Do Adventure Activities In South Africa

2021 brings with it the promise of a vaccine on the horizon, and a sense of freedom and adventure as the world is eager...

South Africa Bear Huge Build Up of Forex Trading During COVID-19

During COVID-19 pandemic time the world has experienced huge losses in the financial sector. Lots of people have lost their jobs and business due...

Amur Falcons Travel 33K Km To Visit India And Then Somalia

Flying thousands of kilometers from their breeding grounds in northern China and eastern Mongolia, nearly a million Amur falcons, a small grey bird of...

South Africa Is Now Open For International Leisure And Business Travelers

South Africa is now open to all international leisure and business travelers from all over the globe. The opening of all international travel follows President...

South African Floral Blooms Enabling Charming Captures

Flowers have long since caught and retained human fancy. They've been used to express love and regret, to bestow congratulations, and to cement apologies....

South African Doctors See Unexpected Boom in Plastic Surgery Demand

By Anita Powell Doctors in South Africa, the continent's coronavirus epicenter, expected to be busy as the virus ravaged its way across the Rainbow Nation....

World’s Oldest Man Aged 116 Years Dies

A South African believed to be the world’s oldest man died Saturday. He was 116 years old and a survivor of the 1918 Spanish...

Large Number of Children at Increased Risk of Violence, Abuse Amid Pandemic: UNICEF

The Covid-19 pandemic has caused disruptions to child protection services in more than 100 countries, leaving a large number of children at increased risk...

5 Episodes When Dhoni Proved to be the Coolest of all Captains

By Debayan Mukherjee The M.S. Dhoni we have seen in the recent past is not the one we have known over the years. The grey...

Know South Africa’s Indigenous Cuisine

By Puja Gupta Food is invariably a universal connector - however, experiencing and sharing-in the food of a different land is a very personal experience. As...

International Mandela Day: Following Madiba’s Footsteps

While the mention of South Africa immediately brings alive the imagery of safaris, glamping, bungee jumping, diverse food, and warm people, its rich and...

Covid-19 Worst Fears Seen in Poor, War-Torn Countries

For months, experts have warned of a potential nightmare scenario: After overwhelming health systems in some of the world’s wealthiest countries and regions, the...

This Day, 13 Years Ago: Sachin Tendulkar Becomes 1st Batsman to Score 15K ODI Runs

Former India cricketer Sachin Tendulkar is widely regarded as one of the finest batsmen in the history of the sport, if not the best. The...

Greatest Threat we Face Now is Lack of Global Solidarity, Leadership: WHO Head

The head of the World Health Organization (WHO) said Monday the coronavirus pandemic is being politicized and that a lack of global leadership to...

On This Day: 7 Years Ago, MS Dhoni Won all ICC Trophies

Mahendra Singh Dhoni is widely regarded as one of the greatest cricketing minds of the modern-day game. A handful can rival his achievements as...

COVID-19: Infections Spike in Russia, Brazil, India as Lockdown Eases

Coronavirus cases are spiking from India to South Africa and Mexico in a clear indication the pandemic is far from over, while Russia and...

Here’s your Virtual Trip to South Africa

As the coronavirus pandemic brings the world to a standstill, and everything becomes virtual, people are increasingly turning to their screens for everything from...

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These People Lived In Airports For Months And Years

By- Khushi Bisht Around 3 a.m., every airport's departure lounge would be filled with sleeping people. Can you imagine having to go through the same...

Authentic Dietary Guidelines To Withstand Covid-19

 Going beyond precautions and vaccinations, doctors and the World Health Organization (WHO) have advised that proper nutrition and hydration would be key in fighting...

Is Modi Era The End Of Congress?

A timely and comprehensive political critique of India's 'grand old party, the Indian National Congress, author Amit Bagaria's new book "Congress-Mukt Bharat: Is the...

Would Lack of Fresh TV Content Spell Drop in Ad-Revenue Amid COVID-19 Crisis?

The decision of the Maharashtra government to stop all shooting impacts TV shows acutely, as compared to films or OTT series. The world of...