The South African tech industry can’t provide the kind of funding, mentor networks, or institutional advantages that are available in the West.
The crew of about two dozen is made up of amateurs, paying about $62,000 for the experience, working under an experienced skipper.
A mouth full of dentures is all that’s left in this shark’s bite.
Though he didn’t attend this year’s White House Correspondents’ Dinner, President Trump’s presence was still palpable.
Diana Crandall and Rebecca Gibian report from Talamanca, Costa Rica, on the intersection of education, technology and poverty in one of the most remote locations in the country.
“There’s less vegetation—it’s a little more warm.”
“Oceans are our life support system. If we remove our sharks, we will see our oceans die.”