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South African exports increases due to weak rand

South African exports increases due to weak randIt is believed that the weaker value of the rand is helping increase exports from South Africa to other nations as the country's exports become cheaper in the international markets. The total exports from the country rose 7.9 per cent to R83.9bn in February and imports fell sharply by 13.2 per cent to R82.2bn.

Apple set to hike app prices in Australia & some other countries

Apple set to hike app prices in Australia & some other countriesApple Inc is all set to start charging higher prices for apps available in its iTunes Store in Australia and a number of other countries, emerging media reports suggest.

Macrumors has published an email sent by Apple to developers declaring its decision to increase the retail prices of apps in Australia, Indonesia, Turkey, India and South Africa.

Google adds ‘view count’ feature to Google+

Google adds ‘view count’ feature to Google+Tech giant Google Inc has just added a new feature to its social networking service Google+ that shows the number of times a user's content has been viewed by others.

The new feature is thus very helpful in determining if a specific content posted on Google+ is really attracting other users or not.

Being overweight has started becoming normal

Being overweight has started becoming normalBritain's chief medical officer, Dame Sally Davies, stresses that being overweight is in risk of being "standardized".

Davies focuses to "vanity measuring", bigger shop mannequins, shoddy beverage, huge segments, store mass purchases and news stories offering photographs of the beyond husky, making the overweight feel nearly thin.

Neuroscientist says ADHD is not a real disease

Neuroscientist says ADHD is not a real diseaseHeading American neuroscientist Dr Bruce D Perry has asserted that consideration deficiency hyperactivity issue (ADHD) is not "a genuine infection".

"It is best considered a depiction. In the event that you take a look at how you wind up with that mark, it is noteworthy on the grounds that any of us at any given time might fit at any rate meeting those criteria," he said.

Pet owners might face risk of TB

Pet owners might face risk of TBIt was the RAF airbase where radical feminists set up an all-ladies peace camp in an offer to avert US voyage rockets being sent there.

Those dissents failed out with the end of the Cold War yet now the spot is back in the news, not as a result of some man-made risk to human wellbeing however a regular one.

It's close here that nine pet felines were discovered to be contaminated with the mycobacterium that causes tuberculosis in cows.

This has long been known as a cat illness excessively yet had dependably been expected as of recently to be exceptionally extraordinary.

Premier urges men to get screened for breast lump

Premier urges men to get screened for breast lumpThe Premier of South Africa's North West Province, Thandi Modise, has urged South African men to get screened and tried for bosom tumor.

"Bosom tumor does not just influence ladies," said Modise, when tending to the territory's BRICS Charity Golf Challenge in the common capital, Mahikeng, throughout the weekend.

Canada’s law change has people talking about sex trade

Canada’s law change has people talking about sex tradeCanada's late law change has individuals debating over which authoritative target to receive concerning the sex exchange. Is sex bondage being satisfactorily recognized in these civil arguments?

American women at risk of being dumped after cancer diagnosis

American women at risk of being dumped after cancer diagnosisAmerica has an exceptionally irritating skeleton in the closet: Housewives are six times less averse to get dumped not long after their conclusion of malignancy. The calming actuality is the separation rate is 21 percent for disease stricken wives, contrasted with 3 percent when spouses get sick. Surely, research recommends that "in debilitation and in wellbeing" could be an unbalanced pledge.

Raunchy clipping termed sexist, puts ADA under scanner

Raunchy clipping termed sexist, puts ADA under scannerAn Australian Dental Association has apologized wholeheartedly after boorish footage from a late-night vaudeville occasion held at its gathering was posted on the web.

The feature - accepted to have been recorded in Melbourne a year ago - was an advancement for the Australian Dental Association's national congress to be held in Brisbane in 2015.

It offered strippers performing in clothing like dental floss who rotated sexually in front of an audience before weaving themselves in rope and dangling from the roof.

Obesity linked to carb breakdown gene

Obesity linked to carb breakdown geneScientists at King's College London and Imperial College London have stated that individuals with fewer duplicates of a gene coding for a carb-processing catalyst may be at higher danger of stoutness. The discoveries, distributed in Nature Genetics, recommend that dietary counsel may need to be more custom-made to a singular's digestive framework, in light of whether they have the hereditary inclination and vital proteins to process diverse sustenances.

Kids diagnosed with elevated levels of cholesterol

Kids diagnosed with elevated levels of cholesterolAbout one-third of youngsters may have troubling levels of cholesterol, putting them at danger for cardiovascular issues decades later, as stated by another study.

The investigation of more than 12,000 9- to 11-year-olds, exhibited Friday at the American College of Cardiology's yearly gathering in Washington, found that 30 percent of those tried had fringe or borderline levels of cholesterol.

India needs to ensure that it remains polio free

India needs to ensure that it remains polio freeOn the day India was feted by the World Health Organization (WHO) for seeing three polio-free years, Iraq spoke of an associated case with polio re-tainting, its first in 14 years.

A troubling update that being without polio was only some piece of the fight - the test was in remaining as such, particularly since neighboring Pakistan, plus Nigeria and Afghanistan are as of now reporting instances of polio.

US unemployment rates rises moderately to 6.7 percent

US unemployment rates rises moderately to 6.7 percentAccording to the latest figures released, the total unemployment rate in the US has increased moderately to 6.7 percent during the previous month from 6.6 percent in January.

The data released by the Labor Department showed that two-thirds of the states in the country recorded a rise in employment indicating that the country is recorded a gradual recovery in the jobs market. The data also showed that unemployment rates fell in 29 states, rose in 10 and were unchanged in the remaining 11, according to the Labor Department.

Farmers create multibillion-dollar industry for breeding deer

Farmers create multibillion-dollar industry for breeding deerExperts have said that farmers in the country have created a multibillion-dollar industry mainly aimed at breeding deer within fenced hunting preserves to be shot by patrons, who are willing to pay thousands for the trophies.

A white-tailed buck could cost as much as $1 million, which is a product of more than three decades of selective breeding. A small group of farmers have taken advantage of the opportunity and created a new way to generate income.

Huawei records 34.4% rise in net profits

Huawei records 34.4% rise in net profitsA leading globaltelecommunications equipment maker, China's Huawei Technologies has said that it has recorded an increase of 34.4 per cent in its net profit to 21 billion yuan or $3.38 billion. The company's operating profit was recorded at the level of 29.1 billion yuan, compared to the company's forecast of 28.6 between billion yuan and 29.4 billion yuan.

Alibaba planning to acquire stake in Intime Retail

Alibaba planning to acquire stake in Intime RetailAlibaba Group Holding, a leading ecommerce portal from China, has said that it is planning to acquire a stake in a Chinese department store operator, Intime Retail (Group) Co Ltd in a deal valued at $692 million.

Enrolments into Obamacare might reach 7 million

Enrolments into Obamacare might reach 7 millionThe authorities in the US have said that the total number of people enrolled within the Obamacare health coverage might reach 7 million.

Qantas launches commercial to promote business loyalty program

Qantas launches commercial to promote business loyalty programQantas, the flag carrier airline of Australia, is promoting its recently-launched business loyalty program, dubbed Aquire, with a commercial featuring Deus Ex Machina founder Dare Jennings and Jac+Jack fashion brand founders Jacqueline Hunt and Lisa Dempsey.

Aquire allows small & medium sized businesses to earn points by booking flights through Qantas or spending money with any of the new program's partners, which include Avis, Westpac, Deloitte, Randstad, Macquarie Leasing, Staples, Snap and Budget.

Hero Splendor iSmart promises to prevent wastage of fuel

Hero SplendorHero MotoCorp's recently unveiled smart bike, the Splendor iSmart, boasts stop-&-start i3S technology that promises to cut costs for the owner by preventing wastage of fuel by shutting down the engine when idling.

The stop-&-start i3S technology is the most notable feature in the new Splendor bike. It prevents wastage of fuel by shutting down the engine during short halts at places such as a traffic signal. The engine re-starts when the clutch is pressed.




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