COVID-19: The Ivermectin African Enigma

Ivermectin has been used all over in African countries.  Nobody has to be a scientist to compare the maps of countries of Africa where Ivermectin was used versus the Corona virus 19 today.   It is obvious and not a co-incidence.   Credit to the master in Japan, Prof.(Photo) Red areas represent areas receiving ivermectin treatment. Yellow… Continue reading COVID-19: The Ivermectin African Enigma

Africa – migration and kingdoms

  The most important thing to note is that a large part of Africa is unsuitable for dense settlement.  Africa was on the backend of centuries of slave exports and war. The late stages of the 19th-century would see it deal with famines and the introduction of polio and rinderpest into the continent.  Historically kingdoms… Continue reading Africa – migration and kingdoms

Tanzania – Hommeltuie – Drones

Heelwat inligting kan verkry word deur gebruik te maak van hommeltuie en moontlik goedkoper as ander metodes.    Dit kan nuttig aangewend word vir misdaad, terreuraanvalle, beveiliging en veiligheid op plase wat redelik groot is of selfs wildsparke.    Hommeltuie kan as hulpmiddel ingespan word om grense behoorlik na te gaan en te beveilig.   Verskeie… Continue reading Tanzania – Hommeltuie – Drones

Somali Plate – Tectonic history

  Quotes from articles by Ashten Sawitsky.    The African-Somali euler rotation poles has been estimated in various different locations near the Antarctic region. The first two positions of the euler rotation axis did not incorporate microplates and therefore were inaccurately placed father south (Emerick and Duncan, 1982) (Jesten et al., 1994). The most recent… Continue reading Somali Plate – Tectonic history

Afar – Africa depression – from space

An Article 2011 of Eastern Africa was explained a few things and overlooked in terms of its hydrocarbon potential for many years, is increasingly viewed as an exploration hot spot, with recent discoveries in the Albertine Rift and offshore Tanzania leading to resurgence in interest. Dominated by the East Africa Rift System (EARS), the region… Continue reading Afar – Africa depression – from space

APRM (African Peer Review Mechanism)

  Cyril Ramaphosa assumed the chair of the African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM) on Saturday, 8 February 2020. The APRM is a governance monitoring and improvement initiative that grew out of the New Partnership for Africa’s Development (Nepad).    The APRM has been applauded for the diagnostic quality of the reviews, although the lack of… Continue reading APRM (African Peer Review Mechanism)

Ebola – Mozambique – Malawi – DRCongo

  AND OUR BORDERS ARE OPEN TO ALL THOSE FROM AFRICA Mozambique has yet to report an Ebola case, but DRC’s regional neighbours have been on high alert while the World Health Organization (WHO) has elevated the crisis to a global health emergency.   Mozambique on Saturday set up disease checkpoints along its border with Malawi… Continue reading Ebola – Mozambique – Malawi – DRCongo

South Africa – trade of illicit drugs and trafficking

  It is unbelievable that so many kilograms of drug somehow find its way through our borders and the worst part is the effect it has on our daily lives.  According to the US State Department in their 2017 International Narcotics Control Strategy Report “South Africa is the largest market for illicit drugs and trafficking. … Continue reading South Africa – trade of illicit drugs and trafficking