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South Sudan’s 10th Independence Anniversary: Actions speak louder than words

The latest pledge from South Sudan’s President Salva Kiir to end any form of war in his country would have been received globally with much enthusiasm and hope some years ago. Today, such a promise, which President Kiir made during his speech to mark the country’s 10th anniversary (did I hear you call it a “lost decade”?) of its independence, is hardly breaking news. It is not just because the reality on the ground hardly matches the rhetoric; the…

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Rice, Beans and Fried Sweet Potatoes with Beef-Tomato Stew.

  Cuisine:   Rice, Beans and Fried Sweet Potatoes with Beef-Tomato Stew. Country: Nigeria       Ingredients (for 4 people): 400g Basmati rice, 300g black-eyed beans, 500g beef,  600g potatoes, 1kg tomatoes, two onions, five tablespoons olive oil, one pepper, garlic, water, salt, bouillon.   Preparation time: 20 minutes        Cooking time: 65 minutes                     Preparation method: 1. Cut the beef, wash and cook it for 40…

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Kids’ Corner: Common foods that can choke children

Arguably, it is the joy of every parent to see their child happy and healthy. According to the American Academy of Paediatrics (AAP), a baby needs to be fed on the mother’s breast milk a minimum of 6 months before the child can start feeding on solid food.  How can you know that your baby is ready for solid food? Child experts mentioned sure signs such as when the child starts holding the head in a steady and upright…

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Constipation and Natural ways to Prevent it

Constipation is one of the most common digestive disorders people suffer from across the world. This health challenge is prevalent in the US, with statistics showing that over 4 million Americans experience frequent constipation. The disease is responsible for millions of annual clinic visits in the country and more than 700,000 emergency department trips, according to Dr Haider J. Warraich, an Associate Director, Heart Failure Program, VA Boston Healthcare System. In as much as constipation is rampant in the…

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The Latest Issue Of Kata Kata Magazine !!!!

Read the latest issue of Kata Kata Cartoon Magazine, including an educational, yet humorous illustrated story about Tuberculosis….. and more…. Log in now and have yourself a laugh. Visit: https://katakata.org/kata-kata-magazine-vol-7-issue-27-digital/

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READ THE LATEST KATA KATA CARTOON MAGAZINE

The latest issue of Kata Kata Cartoon Magazine is out. The educational,  informative and yet extremely humorous magazine covers different aspects of life, from social issues to health, literary, technology, fashion, children, interior, food, destination. It is explosive! Read online or subscribe now! More: www.katakata.org/magazines/

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Food: Ways of Reducing Food Waste

Imagine a world with less hunger and enough food for everyone. Would you believe that a greater percentage of people worldwide is often very afraid to wake up the next day, not because they don’t want to live, but simply out of fear and uncertainty of putting a plate of food on their tables? Such a dicey situation can be very scary although, but it is indeed more disheartening to know that much of the food that is desperately…

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The Latest Issue of Kata Kata Magazine is out!!

Check out: PUBLISHER’S NOTE: Child Marriage ILLUSTRATED STORY: Enough Of Child Marriage In Kata Kata Village HEALTH: Foods that strengthen your immune system TECHNOLOGY: How advancement in technology is transforming the music industry BEAUTY: Ten amazing makeup removers you must have KIDS CORNER: Time for kids to learn more about animals TRAVEL & DESTINATION: Make Kenya your next destination FASHION: Stunning African women dresses that you cannot afford to miss INTERIOR: Top Interior Designs Trending in 2020 FOOD: Home-Made…

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Health: Foods and Drinks to Shun When Pregnant

A healthy diet is not only very essential for expecting mothers, but their unborn babies also benefit from it. From fruits and vegetables, starchy carbohydrates, protein and fats, pregnant mothers must go for a balanced and nutritious diet. Others supplements such as calcium, fibre, zinc and iron are extremely important in the diet of a pregnant woman. Fibre plays two crucial roles in the body of a woman during pregnancy. First, it minimises constipation caused by increased hormone levels…

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The Coronavirus Blues

Interestingly, the coronavirus pandemic is full of irony. On the one hand, the easiest way to be infected with the virus is through closeness with an infected person; that includes physical contact with the infected persons and surfaces. Yet the lockdown which forces one to stay home – and to be close to the family members – helps to curtail the spread of the infectious virus. If there is something positive about the coronavirus lockdown, it is the fact…

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The Coronavirus Pandemic Lockdown or Lock-up?

You could say that the coronavirus pandemic came unannounced. Followed by preventive measures to tame the seemingly indomitable aggressive deadly virus. First, came the lockdown, initiated by various governments around the world. It was meant to last for a period of two weeks or a little more. Fair enough, to most citizens, the duration was manageable a sacrifice to make to enable their leaders to bring the spread of the volatile viral virus to a halt. Soon, that period…

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The Other Side of the Coronavirus Pandemic

It came like a flash of angry light and brimstone, followed by an audacious thunderous tempest. Bold and seemingly uncontrollable, leaving both the ill-prepared captain and crew members in a higgledy-piggledy state, struggling – somehow clueless – to damper the stubborn tidal tempest. Lockdown and quarantine seem the most suitable precaution for the surprised, vulnerable passengers against being snatched away by the angry tempest or from the jabbing jaw of the hungry shark. Welcome the unwelcome, unbidden coronavirus. It…

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