A Timeline Of Sophie Ndaba And Her Famous Romantic Relationships! Sophie Ndaba now Lichaba has a rich romance history, by that we mean she has dated different kinds of men.
From fellow actors to businessmen and a Bishop, talk about a diverse group of men. Sophie could also be the Jennifer Lopez of Mzansi in regards to giving marriage as many chances as she can. We love how the actress turned entrepreneur tries again time after time. Take a look at a timeline of Sophie‘s most famous relationships below.
In case you didn’t know, Ndaba is not Sophie’s maiden name. She took it after marrying actor Themba Ndaba now popular for his character on the hit telenovela ‘The Queen Mzansi’. Themba and Sophie were married in 1998 and divorced in 2007. They have two kids together.
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Sophie Ndaba married Harrington in a lavish, star-studded wedding at Summer Place in Johannesburg in December 2011 only to be separated in June 2012. This came after the Pastor was accused of being a fraud and using the actress’s power and fame. After getting married for the forth time, Keith said his marriage to Sophie was a mistake.
In 2018, Sophie gave marriage another chance when she married businessman Max Lichaba who is nine years her junior. The two reportedly got married in a private ceremony in Italy before having their traditional ceremony here at home. Max revealed in an interview how people would warn him about marrying Sophie but he still went through with it. Max is Sophie’s current partner and the two have through a lot in the media and still going strong.
“The World’s Top Ten Most Powerful Supercomputers and Their Estimated Price Tags”
In an era defined by rapidly advancing technology, the competition to build the most powerful supercomputers on the planet continues to escalate. These machines play pivotal roles in scientific research, national security, and various other critical applications. Today, we present the top ten most potent supercomputers in the world, alongside their estimated price tags.
- Fugaku – Japan
- Located at the RIKEN Center for Computational Science, Fugaku is the reigning champion of supercomputers. Its peak performance stands at a whopping 442 petaflops, and it is estimated to have cost around $1.3 billion.
- Summit – United States
- Situated at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Summit is the second most potent supercomputer globally. It boasts a peak performance of 200 petaflops and is estimated to have cost approximately $200 million.
- Sierra – United States
- Another American contender, Sierra, is housed at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. Its peak performance is around 125 petaflops, with an estimated price tag of $174 million.
- Sunway TaihuLight – China
- Sunway TaihuLight held the top spot previously, and it’s still a formidable machine. Located at the National Supercomputing Center in Wuxi, it has a peak performance of 93 petaflops and an estimated cost of $273 million.
- Selene – United States
- Selene, located at the NVIDIA headquarters, reaches a peak performance of 63 petaflops and an estimated cost of $160 million.
- HPC4 – United States
- HPC4, stationed at the Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory, delivers a peak performance of 42 petaflops and is estimated to have cost around $20 million.
- Piz Daint – Switzerland
- Europe’s most potent supercomputer, Piz Daint, is hosted at the Swiss National Supercomputing Centre. It offers a peak performance of 21 petaflops, with an estimated cost of $40 million.
- Trinity – United States
- Trinity, based at Los Alamos National Laboratory, has a peak performance of 20 petaflops and an estimated cost of $174 million.
- Tianhe-2 (MilkyWay-2) – China
- Tianhe-2 is located at the National Supercomputer Center in Guangzhou. Its peak performance is around 13 petaflops, with an estimated cost of $390 million.
- AI Bridging Cloud Infrastructure (ABCI) – Japan
- ABCI, situated at the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, delivers a peak performance of 19 petaflops and an estimated cost of $177 million.
These supercomputers represent the pinnacle of computational power and are essential for tackling complex problems across a range of fields, from climate modeling and drug discovery to simulating nuclear reactions and analyzing vast datasets. Their staggering price tags reflect the immense financial investments required to maintain leadership in the global technology race.
It’s worth noting that these estimates are based on the construction and operational costs associated with these supercomputers and may vary due to factors like energy consumption and maintenance. As technology continues to evolve, the ranking of supercomputers is likely to change, with new contenders constantly emerging in the race for computational supremacy.