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Barbara Friedman

Former Lions rugby player describes surviving a stroke and some of the signs

Former Lions rugby player describes surviving a stroke and some of the signs

Ethienne Reynecke had a stroke over a year ago, and he describes the signs and symptoms he experienced and his road to recovery.

Technology not replacing human teaching, but rather enhancing learning space

Technology not replacing human teaching, but rather enhancing learning space

University of Pretoria Professors Kupe and Fourie discuss the use of technology in teaching and how universities are responding.

Meetings, meetings, meetings? When a meeting should really just be an email

Meetings, meetings, meetings? When a meeting should really just be an email

Clinical psychologist and organisational development specialist, Lauren Davis explains what meetings should be used for.

'No evidence suggests next fire season in Cape will be anything out of ordinary'

'No evidence suggests next fire season in Cape will be anything out of ordinary'

Stellenbosch University researcher Alanna Rebelo describes the factors involved in Cape Town fires and how residents can help.

Zuma's legal roadmap 14 years on as corruption trial finally gets underway

Zuma's legal roadmap 14 years on as corruption trial finally gets underway

EWN reporter Clement Manyathela outlines the long road former president, Jacob Zuma has walked regarding his corruption charges.

3 tips to avoid viruses on your phone

3 tips to avoid viruses on your phone

Beware of downloading little-known free apps as they may harbour viruses and malware says tech expert Alistair Fairweather.

Fees Must Fall's Cekeshe 'very disheartened until Ngcukaitobi took on case'

Fees Must Fall's Cekeshe 'very disheartened until Ngcukaitobi took on case'

Activist Busisiwe Seabe says convicted activist Kanya Cekeshe received ill-advised council from his former lawyer to plead guilty.

'Recordings prove Moyane knew SARS unit wasn't rogue'

'Recordings prove Moyane knew SARS unit wasn't rogue'

Investigative journalist Kyle Cowan says the recordings that have come to light show that the Sars rogue unit narrative is false

First commercial dagga licence granted to Stellenbosch farm

First commercial dagga licence granted to Stellenbosch farm

An owner of Polkadraai Strawberry Farm says it will produce medical marijuana under their trading company, Felbridge.