Theresa May hits 50% support in polls as opponents vow ‘to stand up against her government’

Around half of the UK public would prefer to keep Theresa May on as Prime Minister, while opposition Labour party leader Jeremy Corbyn trails LIVE Subscribe to RT! Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter … Continue reading →

Operation Phakisa ICT implementation in schools under spotlight

Information Communications Technology is increasingly being used across most south–african/” title=”View all articles about South African here”>South African schools. This has not only changed teaching methodology, but has also ignited passion for learning within the foundation phase pupils. This was … Continue reading →

‘Democracy flourishes in conditions of security, US can’t march in & tell people to be democratic’

Martin Luther King famously said that the arc of history is bending toward justice – a statement sometimes dismissed as too idealistic, but that may actually have a basis in social science. More than 30 years of research by Ronald … Continue reading →

Lyrid meteor shower creates dazzling scenery in sky in China

The annual Lyrid meteor shower has lit up the night sky over Changbai Mountain in northeast late April, usually between the 19th and 23rd, when the Earth passes through the dusty tail of Comet Thatcher. Meteor showers are created when … Continue reading →