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Colin Ingram

Colin Ingram, a graduate in journalism from Tshwane University of Technology, is presently working as a senior reporter with NYK Daily. He loves his gadgets and his cat. (although the cat, being a cat, doesn’t let his gadgets stay in one piece within a few blinks.) He also loves trekking and the wildlife.
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Olympic makeover: all aboard for new sports lighting up Tokyo 2020

Modern upstarts skateboarding and surfing as well as the ancient martial art of karate are among new sports for 2020 ready to inject some...

First smog, now rain as conditions cause havoc at Australian Open

Serena Williams and Naomi Osaka made lightning starts before rain halted day one of the Australian Open on Monday, causing further chaos after a...

Facts About Lemurs- the Pride of Madagascar

Lemur monkeys or lemurs are exotic animals that are native to the island of Madagascar, which is off the southeast coast of Africa in...

History of Ear Gauging in Tribal Civilizations

A study of the history of ear gauging indicates the practice to be as old as recorded human history. For males, this form of...

McGregor demolishes Cerrone in 40-second return to UFC octagon

Conor McGregor made a triumphant return to the UFC octagon on Saturday, pummelling Donald "Cowboy" Cerrone for a technical knockout victory in just 40...

Wolf puppies play fetch too, scientists find

It's a game familiar to most people: you throw an object a short distance, and wait as your joyful canine companion leaps to intercept...

Interesting Facts About The Monarch Butterfly

The Monarch butterfly is thought to be the king of the butterflies in many circles. Not only because of its beauty, but because of...

Technology could cut train crews from 2 to 1 but is it safe?

How many people does it take to operate a locomotive? For the railroad industry, the answer is simple: One. The industry is hoping this year’s scheduled...

How to Protect Bothersome Bruise Under a Toenail

Unlike a cut or burn, bruises can be painful and hard to treat. With a cut, you simply cover with a bandage and with...

Microsoft: ‘carbon-negative’ by 2030 even for supply chain

Microsoft is pledging to become 100% “carbon-negative” by 2030 by removing more carbon from the environment than it emits. CEO Satya Nadella said Thursday that...

Travelogue to Guyana: Land of many Waters

A country that is so small, we just might miss it, if not for the wonderful sights and scenes that fill its boundaries. Situated...

How to Build A Platform Tennis Court

Platform tennis has become quite popular nowadays. This sport is being paid on a court 1/4 smaller than a lawn tennis court, racquets made...

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