New app enables your smartphone to detect when you've been in a crash and automatically call for help. Johannesburg – One of the most fascinating aspects of automotive development over the past two decades has been the rise in autonomous technology, of cars that do things for us, sonetimes without even being asked.
South Africans on Monday awaited an end to a period of political limbo in which President Jacob Zuma has remained in office despite calls for him to resign because of corruption allegations. The uncertainty over the fate of the leader of one of Africa's biggest economies, who appears politically damaged beyond repair, stirred speculation that Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa, Zuma's expected successor, was negotiating a deal with the president in exchange for his resignation.
In this Feb. 6, 2018, file photo, South African President Jacob Zuma waves as he leaves parliament in Cape Town, South Africa, after it was announced that this year's state of the nation address that was to be delivered on Thursday will be postponed. South African media say a key committee of the ruling ANC party will hold an emergency meeting Monday, Feb. 12, 2018, as the nation awaits word on whether Zuma will resign soon.
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