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Over 2.8 Million Covid-19 Recoveries Across Continent

Over 2.8 Million Covid-19 Recoveries Across Continent

As of January 22, confirmed cases of Covid-19 from 55 African countries reached 3,364,291. Reported deaths in Africa reached 82,789 and 2,809,930 people have recovered. South Africa has the most reported cases – 1,380,807 – and 39,501 people died. Other most-affected countries are Morocco (463,706), Tunisia (190,884), Egypt (158,963), Ethiopia (159,715), and Nigeria (116,655). For the latest totals, see […]

Covid-19 – All Schools in Kigali Closed for Two Weeks

Covid-19 – All Schools in Kigali Closed for Two Weeks

Effective Monday, January 18, all nursery, primary and secondary schools will be closed in the City of Kigali, the Ministry of Education has announced. The decision, which follows the upsurge in Covid-19 cases in the capital, has been taken to further contain the spread of Covid-19. Kigali has over the past days been the hot […]

Covid-19 Death Toll Nears 79,000

Covid-19 Death Toll Nears 79,000

As of January 18, confirmed cases of Covid-19 from 55 African countries reached  3,261,125 . Reported deaths in Africa reached 78,874  and 2,676,282  people have recovered. South Africa has the most reported cases – 1,337,926 – and 37,105 people died. Other most-affected countries are Morocco (459,671), Tunisia ( 180,090 ), Egypt (156,397), Ethiopia (131,195), and […]

COVID-19 and Your Nutrition

COVID-19 and Your Nutrition

The importance of a healthy body system and well-being cannot be overemphasized. And this is largely influenced by the substances we consume, particularly food. Eating healthy meals tend to boost the body’s immune system. And as a result, it produces antibodies that fight diseases. It has not been established that COVID-19 can be spread through […]

UN Women – Covid-19 Spikes Online Trafficking Of Women and Girls

UN Women – Covid-19 Spikes Online Trafficking Of Women and Girls

UN Women has raised the red flag on the acute rise of online trafficking targeting girls and women during this Covid-19 pandemic period. UN Women Deputy Executive Director Asa Regner, in a statement, said it is unfortunate that the drivers of trafficking in women and girls have intensified as a result of the Covid-19 crisis. […]

SA Records Over 500 Deaths In A Single Day Due to Covid-19

SA Records Over 500 Deaths In A Single Day Due to Covid-19

South Africa recorded its second-highest daily death count since the pandemic after 513 people succumbed to COVID-19 on Tuesday. The country’s largest spike in a single day was last reported in July, when 572 patients died, due to COVID-19 complications. According to the Health Minister, Dr Zweli Mkhize, of the latest fatalities, 202 were reported […]

No Time For Excuse In 2021

No Time For Excuse In 2021

For many, the pandemic has shown us that the phrase “I don’t have time” is really just an excuse. How many times have we stopped going with friends, learning a new skill, exercising, or even starting our own business because we say we don’t have time? Surely, you, like me, several. These months of confinement have changed the […]

Veterans Kori Moraba and Chef Dorah Sitole Die Of COVID-19 Complications

Veterans Kori Moraba and Chef Dorah Sitole Die Of COVID-19 Complications

It is another sad day for the people of Mzansi as the country lost Setswana contemporary musician icon Kori Moraba to Covid-19 related complications as well as an award-winning author and former food editor at True Love magazine, Dorah Sitole. Moraba, 73, died at the Netcare Bougainville Hospital in Pretoria, and Sitole’s family confirmed she died at […]

Can Pregnant People Get the COVID-19 Vaccine?

Can Pregnant People Get the COVID-19 Vaccine?

Pregnant people’s exclusion from clinical trials means we’re missing important information on the safety and efficacy of the vaccine in that potentially high-risk group. “Just a little bit ago the FDA informed Pfizer that they do intend to proceed towards an authorization of their vaccine,” Azar told Good Morning America. “We should be seeing the authorization […]

COVID-19 Takes Heavy Toll On Ethiopia’s Garment Workers

COVID-19 Takes Heavy Toll On Ethiopia’s Garment Workers

Even before COVID-19 struck, the women stitching clothes at Ethiopia’s Hawassa industrial park were among the world’s worst-paid garment workers – many making less than $30 per month. Today, pay cuts and forced overtime have become common in short-staffed factories abandoned by hundreds of former employees – some too scared of catching the coronavirus to […]

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