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The dangers of instant EFT services – South African banks explain

Sending money to others over EFT is a common action, but these transactions can take some time if you do not pay an additional fee for express payment. To circumvent express fees and improve the trans... read more

57 Terrible Consequences of the Sequester

Those cuts are slated to begin March 1, and earlier this month, the Senate Appropriations Committee asked agency heads to explain what would happen in ... ill and homeless Americans who would lose ser... read more

Why nuclear energy should be part of Africa's energy mix

South Africa is the only African country that has nuclear power. The Koeberg nuclear reactor cooling tower. Credit: EPA/Nic Bothma Africa has the least nuclear power of any continent in the world, wit... read more

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Seven easy steps to keep viruses from your devices

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No Spirit of Liberty: The Salisbury Case, Corbyn and the Need for Dissent

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Algeria hostage crisis may be future of terrorism

EDITOR’S NOTE: Raffaello Pantucci is a Senior Fellow at the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI ... companies and foreign nationals in regions like North Africa need to be alert to the danger of suc... read more

The truth behind criminals using “tap and go” to steal from your bank card

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What if Muslims blamed moderate Christians for terrorist attacks?

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US fears a Russian attack on undersea internet cables that could plunge world into chaos

The perfect global cyber attack could involve severing the fibre-optic cables at some of their hardest-to-access locations in order to halt the instant ... of service (DoS) attacks targeted Estonian w... read more

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