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Despite against all adversity, there’s hope

By Ashok Ramsarup :: Women around the world have been making great sacrifices since time immemorial.   Florence Nightingale, famously known for being the Lady with the Lamp,  that made a difference in transforming  the nursing fraternity by helping the sick and wounded soldiers during the Crimean War in the 19th century.  Acclaimed Roman Catholic « More »

Financial Crisis Hinders Health Care Fight Against Measles Outbreak in the DRC

By Ashok Ramsarup :: Concern has been expressed over the mounting outbreak of measles in seven years in the Democratic Republic of Congo in Africa.    International, independent medical humanitarian organisation  – Doctors Without Borders/ Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) has confirmed that  2 758 deaths and 145-thousand cases were reported since the beginning of the « More »

Major leadership summit set to grip the port city of Durban

By Ashok Ramsarup :: American renowned leader, visionary, thought-thinker and entrepreneur – Bishop T.D. Jakes — will be jetting to the port city of Durban in South Africa next month to attend the Durban International Convention Centre (ICC) Leadership Summit 2019.  This comes in the backdrop of the country’s political scenario, corruption, economic and unemployment « More »

Bust of Valliamma Vandalised for the Umpteenth Time

By Ashok Ramsarup :: As the world observed the International Women’s Day, freedom fighters in South Africa have suffered another blow instead of reaping the benefits of social, economic, cultural and political achievements, they are mourning the destruction of the bust of a child activist. Today the community of Lenasia, south of Johannesburg, condemned the defacement « More »

Public Protector Busiswe Mkhwebane Suffered Another Blow

By Ashok Ramsarup :: South African Public Protector BUSISWE MKHWEBANE has suffered another blow in the North Gauteng High Court in Pretoria.  President Cyril Ramaphosa secured a court victory against the anti-corruption watchdog body concerning remedial action on Enterprises Minister Pravin Jamnadas Gordhan. Molopa-Sethosa said it was mind-boggling that the Public Protector would not consent to « More »

South African legendary batsman HASHIM AMLA retires from the international arena

By Ashok Ramsarup :: South African cricketer Hashim Amla has announced his retirement from international cricket. 36-year-old Amla who hails from the Province of KwaZulu-Natal after served the gentleman‘s sport for umpteen years, but indicated he will be available for domestic cricket and Mzanzi Super League. He began his international cricket career in 2004. Amla paid « More »

Doctors Without Borders fights to provide affordable medicines

By Ashok Ramsarup :: The international medical humanitarian organisation Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) has expressed growing concern over access to affordable medicines, vaccines and diagnostics as it observes two decades in providing health care to disadvantaged communities around the world. MSF, which launched the Access Campaign in 1999 during the height of the « More »

Bangladesh women’s emerging team suffer defeat after game decided by a super over

By Ashok Ramsarup :: The South African women’s emerging team have recorded a T20series clean sweep against Bangladesh in an exciting match at the Mandela Cricket Oval in Hammanskraal. The game was decided by a super over.   Skipper Nadine de Klerk notched an unbeaten 83 runs and 14 respectively for the home side to secure « More »

Durban academic advocates inclusive equitable and quality education in South Africa

By Ashok Ramsarup :: Since the dawn of democracy, scores of foreign universities flooded South Africa but pulled out of the country after facing strict accreditation and registration regulations.  Today, parents expressed grave concern about sending their children to what has been described as “volatile campuses of public universities” in the country. Durban academic, Dr Prem Ramlachan strongly « More »

Another blow for the controversial Public Protector

By Ashok Ramsarup :: South African Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane has suffered another blow. This time in the Gauteng High Court in the Administrative Capital, Pretoria.   Judge Sulet Potterillinterdicted Mkhwebane from enforcing the remedial action in her report into an alleged rogue unit at the South African Revenue Service (SARS) after Public Enterprises Minister « More »