The Green Book Pt I

South Africa is one of the hardest-hit countries in Africa with over 740,000 infections.

The country recorded 60 more virus-related deaths on Wednesday, bringing the death toll to 20,011.

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LOCAL contractors are increasingly being blamed for the breaking up of some major and parochial roads during recent heavy rains, and Incorporated Masterbuilders Association of Jamaica (IMAJ) President Lenworth Kelly sees this as unfair.

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As Black people disproportionately suffer from Covid-19, there are lingering questions about the distribution process that will determine who gets the coronavirus vaccine first.

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South Africa recorded 60 more Covid-19-related deaths, bringing the death toll to 20 011.

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SENSE INTERNATIONAL, a global charity supporting people with deafblindness, has been awarded over £130,000 in...

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Cryptocurrencies have prodded the world with the benefits. Everyone is crazy to know and learn about these currencies. The noise made by the profits that caused people to earn is enough for them to tap into the crypto world. 2020 is marked by the serious pandemic that caused various businesses and projects to decline. Many lost their assets and now when things got better, the people start earning to sustain. Many of the people are concerned with the investments. It is one of the wisest decisions to invest in cryptocurrencies. If you want to invest then you must invest in digital assets. It is a better option than investing in other businesses. People are not unaware of the popularity it is gaining day by day. Many people have now started educating themselves in the crypto world. Some take help from the platforms. Beginners usually use the bitcoin digital platform to ease all the obstacles they encounter during investments. The most renowned cryptocurrency called the bitcoin was released in 2009 but not many people knew until 2013. After 2013 the real rise of these currencies began. Since then all the years it expanded and the growth cannot be ignored. Many analysts predict that cryptocurrencies would have a good future. Even in 2020, the price fluctuated to $12000 recently. If the previous patterns are traced then the prediction about them is optimistic. The blockchain technology of bitcoin made it popular and due to this technology people believe it to be safe and secure. However other currencies have made their mark too and are predicted to be a rise in 2020. Let’s have a look. Bitcoin (BTC). When you hear the term cryptocurrency, bitcoin is the currency that comes in your mind. This is because of the popularity it has gained. It is the oldest currency and still dominant globally. Therefore, bitcoin will definitely rise in 2020. It will be the best decision to invest in bitcoin that has already made many people kings by just investing a few bucks. Ethereum (ETH). Ethereum became the second largest cryptocurrency after bitcoin. 2018 has been the year having the meteoric rise of Ethereum where it reached $1423. Ethereum is a bit advanced from bitcoin due to more enhanced blockchain technology. By using Ethereum you can build your own cryptocurrencies. Ethereum is easier and must be looked into for the investors who are planning to invest in 2020. Ripple (XPR). Ripple made a huge jump in 2017 when it started from zero to $2.4 within the same year. While the price dropped in 2018. But still, nothing to be sad about? You can still invest in 2020 because it may rise this year giving you huge profits. Ripple is also used as a payment system for transacting international payments safer. How awesome is this when you come to know that your payment with ripple gets transferred within seconds despite taking long days? Litecoin (LTC). Litecoin cannot be ignored. Like Ripple, it also showed great performance in 2017. It started at $4 and grew up to $ 358. However, it dropped in 2018 but the game is not over yet. You can inves

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Many people have now started educating themselves in the crypto world. Some take help from the platforms. Beginners usually use the bitcoin digital platform to ease all the obstacles they encounter during investments. The most renowned cryptocurrency called the bitcoin was released in 2009 but not many people knew until 2013. After 2013 the real rise of these currencies began. Since then all the years it expanded and the growth cannot be ignored. Many analysts predict that cryptocurrencies would have a good future. Even in 2020, the price fluctuated to $12000 recently. If the previous patterns are traced then the prediction about them is optimistic. The blockchain technology of bitcoin made it popular and due to this technology people believe it to be safe and secure. However other currencies have made their mark too and are predicted to be a rise in 2020. Let’s have a look. Bitcoin (BTC). When you hear the term cryptocurrency, bitcoin is the currency that comes in your mind. This is because of the popularity it has gained. It is the oldest currency and still dominant globally. Therefore, bitcoin will definitely rise in 2020. It will be the best decision to invest in bitcoin that has already made many people kings by just investing a few bucks. Ethereum (ETH). Ethereum became the second largest cryptocurrency after bitcoin. 2018 has been the year having the meteoric rise of Ethereum where it reached $1423. Ethereum is a bit advanced from bitcoin due to more enhanced blockchain technology. By using Ethereum you can build your own cryptocurrencies. Ethereum is easier and must be looked into for the investors who are planning to invest in 2020. Ripple (XPR). Ripple made a huge jump in 2017 when it started from zero to $2.4 within the same year. While the price dropped in 2018. But still, nothing to be sad about? You can still invest in 2020 because it may rise this year giving you huge profits. 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Our nation has a problem that we only pass significant legislation if we have one party that has the House, the Senate and the White House – if you think about it. Trump Administration’s biggest legislation was the tax bill. How was that passed? Because he had the House, the Senate and the White House? […]

The post COMMENTARY: NATION DIVIDED — Where do African Americans go from here? appeared first on Voice and Viewpoint.

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There appears to be consistent evidence that exposures to natural environments have a positive effect on pain, stress, anxiety, blood pressure and heart rate.

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President Cyril Ramaphosa has made a lockdown address to the nation on Wednesday night - and he came equipped with a major announcement on alcohol.

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Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has drafteda 'anti-mob' bill that would expand the controversial stand-your-ground law, following a summer of nationwide protests and unrest. Critics say […]

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Earlier this week, the morning sun gleamed on Sean Worsely as he exited the front doors of Alabama’s Draper Correctional... View Article

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Both Republicans and Democrats say no voter fraud or other issue could change the outcome of the 2020 election. Outgoing President Donald Trump’s claims of voter fraud have been debunked by election officials in every state in the union. Coup in Peru Both Republicans and Democrats alike […]

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if you head to Loser.com, you may find a familiar face. The website has been rerouted to President Donald Trump’s... View Article

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According to his office, Mabuyane had flu symptoms which later led to him to take a COVID-19 test. He is currently self-isolating at home.

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The US Senate Will Turn on Georgia Election Protection By Professor Harvey Wasserman The fate of the US Senate — and much of the Biden Administration — will depend on how well election protection activists can protect Georgia’s voter registration rolls —and its vote count. As the nation well knows, two Republican US Senators will … Continued

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By CARA ANNA and SAMY MAGDY Associated Press NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) — Up to 200,000 refugees could pour into Sudan while fleeing the deadly conflict in Ethiopia's northern Tigray region, officials said Wednesday, while the first details are emerging of largely cut-off civilians under growing strain. Nearly 10,000 people have crossed the border, including some wounded in the fighting, and the flow is growing quickly. 'There are lots of children and women,' Al-Sir Khalid, the head of the refugee agency in Sudan's Kassala province, told The Associated Press. 'They are arriving very tired and exhausted. They are hungry and thirsty […]

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By Bashir Akinyele 'Be careful of ceremonies without substance'-Dr. John Henrick Clarke (The late and great Afrikana Studies Scholar and Pan-Afrikanist) The power of the Black vote is real in American politics. (That is why since the establishment of 15th Amendment in 1870, White supremacy has worked to impeded the Black vote by creating systems […]

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Commentary: Biden’s jobs 1-10

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[Nation] When a former Eastern Provincial Commissioner, Mr Eliud Mahihu, and a Provincial Education Officer, Mr Rees, visited the then Marsabit Primary School in 1964, they requested that the piece of land the school was sitting on be set aside for a secondary school.

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As a part of national and local problem-solving eco-systems, TCIA invests in inspiring others to be part of transformative change.

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WASHINGTON (AP) - Some dramatic moves on immigration are expected in the early days of the Biden Administration. Joe Biden will likely use executive orders to reverse some of President Donald Trump's most controversial actions, rolling back moves that were a central feature of his Administration and important to his base.

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Stacey Abrams is already bringing in the big bucks for two crucial Senate races in January.

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Being a first-time voter is an exciting experience for many. That process gets complicated when you start to disagree with the party you have grown up with your entire life. For Cassidy Willard, that was exactly her circumstances headed into this presidential election season.

The post From red to blue appeared first on WS Chronicle.

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Former South Carolina Senate candidate Jaime Harrison is expressing his interest in becoming the next chairman of the Democratic National... View Article

The post Jaime Harrison says he's open to accepting DNC chair, if offered appeared first on TheGrio.

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[Atlantic Council] Recent events in the Tigray region of Ethiopia have made international headlines. Read as Atlantic Council Africa Center experts react, analyzing what the conflict means for the country and its neighbors:

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We analyze the legitimacy of Amy Coney Barrett's status on the U.S. Supreme Court, what her appointment to the position means for Americans, and what can be done to remedy the negative affects.

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Ghana’s former President Jerry John Rawlings has died in Accra Thursday morning, local media reports.

He is said to have passed on at the nation’s premier hospital, the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital.

Jerry Rawlings had been on admission at the hospital for about a week for an undisclosed ailment. 

Local online news portal, Graphic Online reports that Mr. Rawlings felt sick after his mother's burial about three weeks ago.

As a former Ghanaian military leader and subsequent politician, Rawlings led a military junta from 1981 until 1992.

He then served two terms as the democratically elected President of Ghana from January 1993 to January 2001.

The late former president initially came to power as a flight lieutenant of the Ghana Air Force following a coup in 1979.

Before this, he led an unsuccessful coup attempt against the ruling military government in 1979, just five weeks before scheduled democratic elections were due to take place.

After initially handing power over to a civilian government, he took back control of the country on December 31, 1981 as the Chairman of the Provisional National Defense Council (PNDC).

In 1992, Rawlings resigned from the military, founded the National Democratic Congress (NDC), and became the first President of the 4th Republic.

He was re-elected in 1996 for four more years. Rawlings was 73.

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The ANC in Gauteng said it's grateful for the unwavering support following the by-elections on Wednesday 11 November 2020.

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