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Plandai Biotechnology, Inc. Announces Preliminary Results of Study...
An extract that allows the body to experience more of the health benefits of green tea is expected to have a significant market advantage over traditional green tea products where most of the North West University, used 26 subjects who received generic green tea extract for four days and then had their blood plasma analyzed for a variety of pre-dose and then at 30 minutes, 60 minutes, 90 minutes, 120 minutes, 180 minutes, 5 hours, 8 hours, 12 hours and 24 hours post-dose. extracts in-house, allowing the Company to guarantee the continuity of supply as well as quality control throughout the entire process.
Trio held for Vryburg cable theft
Three people found in possession of suspected stolen copper cables were expected to appear in the Vryburg Magistrate's Court on Monday, said North West police.
HiLoBooks is pleased to serialize Morley Roberts's 1900 novel The Fugitives , an adventure set against the backdrop of the Second Boer War .
Mail & Guardian
Pupils put an end to inequality and sexual violence
Tlaleng Ketumile lives in the town of Kuruman, home to dusty furniture stores, cellphone shop-containers, tired restaurants and garish newer ones.
Orkney quake had lesser impact
Professor Herbert Uzoegbo, of the Wits School of Civil Engineering, said this was due to the quake being a tectonic quake, which means it was triggered by mining, as opposed to a solely mining-related quake.
South Africa: Klerksdorp Joins Fight Against Ebola
International medical humanitarian organisation Medicines Sans Frontires has launched an international funding appeal to support its work in Ebola-affected countries such as Sierra Leone, Guinea and Liberia.
The Northern Echo
History is repeated in Hunwick when villages recreate 1900 photograph
PHOTO RECREATION:A photo taken on the green in Hunwick in 1900, which pictures hundreds of people celebrating the Relief of Mafeking during the Second Boer War.
South Africa: Klerksdorp Earthquake - Mining or Nature?
Establishing whether the recent earthquake in South Africa's North West province was purely mining induced, or caused by natural tectonic shifts in the earth's crust, is not a simple matter, experts said during a recent panel discussion hosted by the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research in Pretoria.
Quake possibly linked to mining - prof
The 5.5 magnitude earthquake that struck the North West earlier this month could possibly be linked to mining in the area, a University of Pretoria academic said on Monday.
Man robbed, killed in NWest
A 58-year-old man was found murdered in his furniture workshop in Hartbeesfontein, near Klerksdorp, at the weekend, North West police said on Monday.
N West co-operative wins DAFF award
A group of women entrepreneurs in the North West have won the Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Female Entrepreneur Award for 2014, the office of the North West Premier said on Saturday.