This $5 billion startup made its first cancer vaccine - for just one person
Moderna is the one the giant biotechnology giants in the US, which has attracted $1.9 billion from investors in the past seven years.
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Cross-border transport still available despite Zimbabwe coup
Passenger transport services reported zero business effect from the Zimbabwe military coup, which has signaled a threat to other business segments.
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12 restaurants worth traveling across the world to experience
From the most coveted destination in Scandinavia to a no-frills, single-dish dining room in Hanoi, these are the places to visit now.
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Backing Big Brother: Chinese facial recognition firms appeal to funds
Chinese and some foreign investors are pouring money into start-up technology firms that specialise in facial recognition software.
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Bobby Locke breaks 100
This weekend, we remember Bobby Locke who came into this world on November 17, 1917 so yesterday marked 100 years since his birth.
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Fantastic Frittelli and brilliant Burmester in the hunt in Dubai
Dylan Frittelli fired a flawless nine-under 63 while countryman Dean Burmester carded a scintillating 65 at the DP World Tour Championship in Dubai.
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Legendary Turkish Olympic champion Suleymanoglu dies
Triple Olympic gold medal winning weightlifting champion Naim Suleymanoglu has died.
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Mourinho blasts England over Jones injections
Jose Mourinho has strongly rebuked England manager Gareth Southgate and his medical staff for playing Manchester United defender Phil Jones in a recent friendly.
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Praise for Zimbabwe military at #MugabeMustGo rally in Pretoria
Event organiser Lawrence Mavhaire said the SADC, and specifically South Africa, should stay away from internal Zimbabwean politics.
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Saswu 'cautiously' welcomes #Zimbabwe takeover
The South African Security Workers union (Saswu) "cautiously welcomes the overthrow of the long serving totalitarian.
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Tourists are at risk on SA roads - report
Security risk management firm International SoS Control Risks has released its Travel Risk Map for 2018 and South Africa received some mixed results.
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WATCH: Excitement as Dota 2 tournament hits Centurion
E-sport has made its mark and gamers can say without shame and embarrassment that they either enjoy it and/or get paid for it.
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