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Fighting Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking

Through the resolution 42/112 of 7 December 1987, the United Nations General Assembly declared 26 June the International Day against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking. The aim is to create awareness of the danger of drug abuse and illicit trafficking and put action and cooperation in place to achieve a drug-free society. Simply put, drug abuse means using illegal drugs or prescription or over-the-counter medicines in excessive amount or for other purposes than they are intended to be used….

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South Africa Riots: Reminiscent of the USA Insurrection?

Observers of the political situation in South Africa have reacted with shock at the recent violence that has engulfed the country, sparked by the jailing of former President Jacob Zuma. As of Thursday, more than 212 people have lost their lives, and at least 800 retail shops looted in KwaZulu-Natal, Mr Zuma’s home province, with an estimated $1bn (£720m) worth of stock stolen, according to the official report. Facing food shortages after days of widespread riots and looting, the…

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Cyber Attacks: Prevention and the use of technology to enhance business security

The technological revolution has changed the way we do business. No matter the size of your business, technology plays a crucial role in achieving your profit objectives. Technological advancement comes with business efficiency; firms effectively communicate with their customers, understand cash flows, carry out effective marketing, advertising, research, and many other roles. However, the advent of technological development comes with security threats.  Modern-day companies use computers, printers, scanners, servers, switches, access points, routers and other software tools to streamline…

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Breaking News: ex-President Jacob Zuma sentenced to 15 months in prison

South Africa’s Court has sentenced the country’s former President Jacob Zuma to 15 months in prison.   The Constitutional Court, the highest court in the country, found him guilty of contempt of court, following the refusal of the former president to appear before it to answer charges related to corruption allegations against him during his presidency.  Mr Zuma’s time as president, which ended in 2018, was eclipsed by corruption allegations and scandals, including rape accusations and allegedly conniving with politicians…

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Erectile Dysfunction: A condition that frustrates men

Some would call it men’s ego, and others name it machoism or male chauvinism; regardless, one of the most embarrassing moments for many men is when they cannot perform in the bedroom with a lady. Poor sex performance on the part of men can be demoralizing, resulting in low-esteem and embarrassment, unworthiness, and sometimes unattractiveness. On the other hand, most women hardly take it kindly if a man cannot satisfy them sexually. Available research has shown that in the…

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Mozambique: Female Inmates Turned into Prostitutes by Prison Officials

Call it a correctional centre or reformatory institute. You would think that the purpose of sending one to a penitentiary is to inculcate attitudinal and behavioural change aimed towards making them become a better person. But not always in Mozambique. Not necessarily so presently. Yes, a better person, ideally. Or something worse, perhaps, if you end up in a Mozambique prison.  Recent horrifying reports from Mozambique reveal that staff at a women’s prison in the country have been forcing…

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Rwanda: President Macron’s apology and the truth behind the Rwandan genocide

The President of France, Emmanuel Macron, has asked Rwandans to forgive France for the role it played in the 1994 Rwandan genocide, which claimed the lives of about 800,000 ethnic Tutsis and moderate Hutus. He made the apology on Thursday while speaking at the genocide memorial in Kigali. The French President acknowledged that his country failed to listen to the warnings of the anticipated massacre and waited to act when needed and for long “valued silence over examination of…

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COVID-19 Lockdown: Exposure of Inequality, Hypocrisy and Double Standard

It is more than one year since the novel corona conquered the entire wishy-washy world dauntlessly with its lethal, vicious virus. The deadly disease first erupted in the Chinese city of Wuhan in December 2019 before spreading rapidly to other parts of the globe. According to the data published by Johns Hopkins University, more than 111 million people have contracted the virus, 86.4 million infected people were lucky to have survived the virus, and 2.4 million others have succumbed…

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