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April 29, 2018 4:00 AM Kurly Roots to stage a natural hair show

Kurly Roots is a public communication campaign aiming to endorse better treatment of natural hair and to purposely serve as a platform that advocates for the better treatment and full embrace of natural hair. Kemo Segotso who is the campaign manager told Arts & Culture that after conducting a bit of research and interpreting it, there was discovery that not everyone 61

April 19, 2018 3:45 PM Man beats lover to a pulp, hangs himself

It remains a mystery as to what could have transpired between the two lovers that led to the alleged brutal beating. According to police reports, on the dusk of Monday the neighbours responded to the woman’s loud scream for help from her family home. Upon arrival, the man identified as the deceased by the neighbours, fled the scene through the window 77

March 12, 2018 10:07 AM Drug resistant TB remains a challenge

In his recurrent and development budget proposals of 2018-2019, the assistant Minister of Health and Wellness (MoH&W) Dikgang Makgalemele stated that the drug resistant forms of TB remain a major threat in this fight with about 100 cases of Multi drug resistant TB and two cases of Extremely Drug Resistant (XDR) TB reported annually. reported annually 68

March 2, 2018 10:14 AM Zim man fined P5,000 for child neglect

The 52-year-old was convicted on two counts of neglect and ill-treatment of children under section 56 (1) as read with sub-section 2(d) of the Children’s Act. In the first count, the accused was found to have acted in a negligent manner by exposing his daughter to conditions that could cause psychological and physical harm when he caused her to travel 77

February 2, 2018 7:27 AM Cuba: Fidel Castro's son commits suicide after battling depression

Fidel Ángel Castro Díaz-Balart was found on Thursday morning and is said to have suffered from depression. The first-born son of the late president was nicknamed "Fidelito", or Little Fidel, because of the family resemblance. "Fidel Castro Díaz-Balart, who had been treated by a group of doctors for several months due to deep depression, took his life this morning 9

November 2, 2017 4:00 AM DTCB gives D’Kar pupils diamond treatment

The pupils, mostly Basarwa, were in Gaborone for four days, as part of the company’s social responsibility programmme. DTCB adopted D’Kar Primary School in 2006 and unveiled a P2 million sponsorship for three years. The pupils, mostly from Standard 7, toured diamonds facilities as well as sight-seeing around Gaborone. According to DTCB’s communications 65

November 1, 2017 9:46 PM The Most Expensive Drug in the World Is About to Be Made Worthless by Gene Therapy

A drug approved last year to treat a rare, fatal genetic disorder called spinal muscular atrophy came with one of the world’s highest price tags: $750,000 per year for the first year, then hundreds of thousands of dollars every year for the rest of the child's life. However, soon that drug, called Spinraza, may also have a gene therapy rival, giving 87

November 1, 2017 12:48 AM ‘House of Cards’ filming suspended; new Spacey allegations

LOS ANGELES — Hollywood’s widening sexual harassment crisis brought forth a second actor’s allegation against Kevin Spacey on Tuesday, halted production on his Netflix series “House of Cards” and prompted CBS to check into an actress’ claim she was groped by Jeremy Piven. Mexican actor Robert Cavazos wrote on his Facebook page that he encountered Spacey 50

October 31, 2017 9:59 PM Champions League: Bayern Munich complete perfect October as they edge Celtic

Bayern Munich won their sixth successive game since the return of coach Jupp Heynckes to book their place in the last 16. Goals from Kingsley Coman and Javi Martinez disposed of a spirited Celtic side. A bloodied Javi Martinez was the matchwinner as his thumping header gave Bayern Munich yet another victory under Jupp Heynckes. The treble winning coach 52

October 30, 2017 2:12 AM WHO cancels goodwill ambassador role of Zimbabwe prime minister

(GENEVA) — The World Health Organization (WHO) has revoked the appointment of Zimbabwe’s prime minister as a goodwill ambassador after a public outcry. Robert Mugabe will no longer become WHO’s goodwill ambassador for noncommunicable diseases in Africa. This comes after critics pointed out that Zimbabwe’s health care system has suffered in recent years 80