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WHO to introduce Ebola vaccines in affected areas of the Democratic Republic of Congo

By Ashok Ramsarup :: The World Health Organisation has heard the human cries of the people in Ebola-infected area of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) where than 2,100 people had died from the dreaded disease. WHO has made the announcement that DRC  is expected to begin using a second Ebola vaccine as part of efforts « More »

Investors make unprecedented commitment to net zero emissions

In one of the boldest actions yet by the world’s largest investors to decarbonize the global economy, an alliance of the world’s largest pension funds and insurers – responsible for directing more than US$ 2.4 trillion in investments – has today committed to carbon-neutral investment portfolios by 2050. This commitment by the newly launched, United « More »

Video games industry levels up in fight against climate change

Some of the biggest names in the video games industry, with a combined audience of 970 million players, have today formally committed to harness the power of their platforms to take action in response to the climate crisis. Combined, these commitments from 21 companies will result in a 30 million tonne reduction of CO2 emissions « More »

Huge preparation underway to celebrate Heritage Day in South Africa

By Ashok Ramsarup :: South Africans from all walks of life are hoping for peace following recent xenophobic attacks, high crime rate and unemployment. As South Africa observes Heritage Day, people are urged to join politicians, non-governmental organisations, religious and cultural leaders to join hands in unity in diversity and work for a better future « More »

U.S.-Palestinian activist drumming up support to liberate Palestine

By Ashok Ramsarup :: Interfaith organisations in South Africa are continuing the liberation battle for a Palestine state in the Middle East.     According to many scholars Palestine was a common name used to describe the geographic region between the Mediterranean Sea and the Jordan River. In modern history Palestine was initially administered by « More »

Durban academic sets benchmark for integrating students with disabilities into nursing education institutions

By Ashok Ramsarup :: While South Africa is facing a brain drain, many local nurses are packing their bags and taking their skills and knowledge to whatthey described to a promised land in the guise of improving their financial status and better working conditions abroad.  But for 43-year-old Selvarani Candice Moodley’s life’s dream has been « More »

An Increase in Murders and Sexual Crimes in South Africa

By Ashok Ramsarup :: Crime statistics have shown that 58 murders occur daily in South Africa. Police Minister Bheki Cele says most of the people murdered in the country die at the hands of people they know.  Sexual crimes increased by  4.6 percent. During the release of the annual crime statistics for the 2018/2019 financial « More »

Several SABC employees suspended over President Ramaphosa’s speech blunder

By Ashok Ramsarup :: The South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) has suspended three of its employees and a freelancer for airing the wrong video recording of President Cyril Ramaphosa’s speech on gender violence and xenophobic attacks that engulfed the country. The State broadcaster said in a statement that it could now provide the general public « More »

Abducted Schoolgirl To Undergo Trauma Counselling

By Ashok Ramsarup :: The six-year-old schoolgirl Amy-Lee  De Jager who was abducted from the industrial city of Vanderbijlpark in southern Gauteng was found and returned to her family this morning. Her grandfather, Martin Brouwer, said the family was overwhelmed that she was finally home.  Brouwer said Amy-Lee would be undergoing trauma counselling after the « More »

Durban-born freedom fighter scoops HPCSA Presidential Merit Award in Psychology

By Ashok Ramsarup ::  One of South Africa’s leading freedom fighters – Professor SATHASIVIAN “SATHS” COOPER – has been honoured with the first Health Professions of South Africa (HPCSA) Presidential Merit Award in Psychology. This award comes on the heels of the inaugural International Union of Psychological Science Achievement Against the Odds Award and the American « More »