Discussion in 'The Root' started by TommyHilltrigga, May 4, 2014.
Fam. How do you wash $12B? The laundering technique must be
(The Human Origin Story Has Changed Again, Thanks to New Discovery in Algeria)
It's interesting how every few years, theres a new discovery of remains in the continent. Perhaps, these folks were the ones that migrated to the Middle East?
At Least 1 Million Bees Found Dead in Cape Town
Beekeepers in and around Cape Town, South Africa are facing significant losses of their pollinators in recent weeks.
The original source of this article is EcoWatch
Copyright © Lorraine Chow, EcoWatch, 2018
weren't they suppose to make a movie on this?
Typically,the lender specifies his own country's firms for the work which is only natural-that's just how the world works.
My dude! "Dr." Seraki is too pedestrian to be taken srsly by anyone! This Chinese cop station story was fake,btw. Her career is very easy including these easy to tick boxes:
-blame African patriarchy
-all our leaders are corrupt and incompetent
-China is untrustworthy
Everyone likes and cheers this sophomoric ishyt and she now has a career!! IF THE CHINESE POLICE STATIONS IN RSA ARE REAL I'LL APOLOGISE AND WITHDRAW MY POST!!
Facebook holds Election Integrity Exhibition in Lagos | The Guardian Nigeria Newspaper - Nigeria and World News
FB making a big push in S. Saharan Africa.
She is also still into New World Order, Illuminati conspiracies which is so 2008.
But her videos are enjoyable on a Sunday with a glass of whisky though.
Tanzania Orders Destruction of Monsanto / Gates’ GM Trials Due to Illegal Use for Pro-GM Propaganda
December 2 2018
By African Centre for Biodiversity
Tanzanian civil society organisations (CSOs) welcome the decision of the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries, Mathew Mtigumwe, to bring an immediate stop to all ongoing GM field trials taking place in the country. These are under the auspices of the Water Efficient Maize for Africa (WEMA) project which includes Monsanto, the Gates Foundation and national research centres. This decision has since been verified by the newly appointed Minister of Agriculture, Japheth Hasunga in latest media reports.
The original source of this article is African Centre for Biodiversity
Copyright © African Centre for Biodiversity, African Centre for Biodiversity, 2018
one of you computer nerds read and copy this link for me. don't know how to do it. site can't let me.
It’s a milestone for Tanzania as ORCI deploys ‘nuke’ medicine
too bad TZ signed the no nuclear weapon bill in the 70s. They have the man power, resources and brains for develop their own nuclear weapon program.
didn't stop other countries for still having it anyways
This is great for their medical sector though
Yeah, that site is blocking it somehow. I had to download it as a PDF then convert the PDF to a web link.
It’s a milestone for Tanzania as ORCI deploys ‘nuke’
It’s a milestone for Tanzania as ORCI deploys ‘nuke’ medicine
THE Dar es Salaam-based Ocean Road Cancer Institute (ORCI) has made history by putting
nuclear medicine services to use in diagnosing and treating complications related to heart
conditions - the first time this has been done in Tanzania.
The practice is the use in diagnosis and treatment of heart complications—for the first time in
The technology, which entails the use of radioactive substances, will be used more widely to
detect heart complications among patients undergoing chemotherapy and radiotherapy at the
facility as well as those with coronary diseases from other hospitals.
ORCI executive director Dr Julius Mwaiselage told journalists in the city yesterday that they
were working in collaboration with the national (Tanzania) Office of the International Atomic
Energy Agency (IAEA).
He said the technology has a number of advantages, including facilitating the detection of
side-effects resulting from thermotherapy or radiotherapy and making appropriate medical
The director explained that it was no surprise that some patients undergoing chemotherapy or
radiotherapy developed heart complications, adding that the deployment of nuclear medicine
would be of great help in mitigating the impact.
“Patients with problems with coronary arteries who have never been subjected to
chemotherapy or radiotherapy before will also be much more easily and effectively diagnosed
and treated,” explained Dr Mwaiselage.
He said he saw the development reduce the number of complications related to heart
conditions now referred to the Muhimbili Orthopaedic Institute (MOI), the Jakaya Kikwete
Cardiac Institute and Muhimbili National Hospital.
He also saw patients from neighbouring countries benefiting from the new newly introduced
services at ORCI, noting: “This particular use of nuclear medicine is a first for Tanzania and
across the East African Community region. Our goal is to detect and treat heart disease
complications among patients at ORCI and outside the facility.”
Dr Tausi Maftah, an expert in nuclear medicine, confirmed that ORCI can now make early
detection of complications due to chemotherapy and radiotherapy generally.
Prof Raffaele Giubbini, an Italian nuclear cardiologist, meanwhile explained that nuclear
medical services involve reliance on advanced developed technology.
The professor, who is head of Nuclear Medicine at Italy’s University of Brescia, said nuclear
medicine has long proved extremely useful in detecting various health complications and
“I’m happy to help my Tanzanian friends in putting to useful life-saving purpose the technology
deployed. I’m sure that by applying the technology involved here, Tanzania will more easily
achieve its goals - especially in providing ?uality health services,” he said.
South Africa’s out of recession after GDP grows by 2.2%
South Africa's out of recession after GDP grows by 2.2%
SA coming back.
Just in time Ramaphosa's strategy of neutering the EFF and wooing back industrial growth/foreign investment might work
However, it's long-standing issues regarding structural unemployment haven't been solved. South Africa should be very, very wealthy
Hey, big spender! | Article | Africa Confidential! (article on Ghana!)
Not enough till land reform is a success.