Tanzania – September 2020

  It was during September 2020 that the Tanzanian President John Pombe Magufuli spoke to his people and said the devil wanted to rule the world through coronavirus.      Speaking during a political rally in Chato Geita, Magufuli said his government did not bow to pressure to lockdowns.    He stated that many threatened… Continue reading Tanzania – September 2020

Saudi Arabian child died due to breaking swab inside

It was reported on 15 July 2020 that a  one and a half year old Saudi Arabian child died due to a coronavirus swab breaking inside his nasal cavity, after medical staff in a hospital in the Kingdom performed the COVID-19 test because he had a fever.   The Kingdom's Minister of Health Tawfiq bin Fawzan… Continue reading Saudi Arabian child died due to breaking swab inside

Ivermectin – Covid-19 – Prof Thomas Borody

  Professor Thomas Borody, a gastroenterologist credited with developing a world-first cure for peptic ulcers, saving countless lives, has stepped up his advocacy for what he believes is the “answer to Australia’s COVID-19 crisis”.    Taken together, Ivermectin – a treatment for head lice that costs as little as $2 – combined with zinc and the… Continue reading Ivermectin – Covid-19 – Prof Thomas Borody

Covid19 – Russian vaccine August 2020 – “Sputnik V”

  MOSCOW (Reuters) - President Vladimir Putin said on 11 August 2020, that Russia had become the first country to grant regulatory approval to a COVID-19 vaccine after less than two months of human testing, a move Moscow likened to its success in the Cold War-era space race.     * The vaccine, which will… Continue reading Covid19 – Russian vaccine August 2020 – “Sputnik V”

“Medical” Cuban people in SA

Wat het die Kubane met ons onderskeie volke, veral die Boere en Afrikaners (blankes),  in Suid-Afrika te make?    Hulle mag dalk "ervaring" hê, maar so het ons eie medici ook.  Hulle is wel groot vriende met die ANC groepe.    Eers was dit ingenieurs en toe is dit mediese fronte en elkeen sluit aan… Continue reading “Medical” Cuban people in SA

Corruption under ANC sky high – Korrupsie hemelhoog onder ANC

Daar is geen manier dat biljoene net kon verdwyn het in so 'n kort tydperk nie.   Hierdie word met opset gesteel sodat sekere elites bevoordeel kan word hieruit.  Hoe steel mens oornag net R500 billjoen wat nie aan jou behoort nie, maar is 'n "publieke" fonds wat aan "swart bemagtigers" behoort.    Hierdie fonds is… Continue reading Corruption under ANC sky high – Korrupsie hemelhoog onder ANC

Corona study – Professor Nikolai Petrovsky

  Coronavirus may have been a 'cell-culture experiment' gone wrong (OR NOT?).... “This virus is amazingly adapted to humans and that’s not normal in a situation where a virus has come from a wild animal to a human - Flinders University Professor Nikolai Petrovsky . * There's a good chance those who've had it could… Continue reading Corona study – Professor Nikolai Petrovsky

Corona virus – Refugees, asylum seekers and immigrants

    Refugees and asylum seekers in informal and formal sectors are more vulnerable, especially since relief schemes designed to respond to stressed small and medium-sized businesses were limited to citizens. As a result, they have no access to the debt relief finance scheme, the business growth/resilience facility, the tourism relief fund for small, medium… Continue reading Corona virus – Refugees, asylum seekers and immigrants

Corona virus – immigrants and illegals – test and aid

The Centre for Human Rights, University of Pretoria and the Centre for Applied Legal Studies, University of the Witwatersrand, are deeply concerned about the situation of migrants in South Africa during this Covid-19 crisis.   The exclusion of any segment of society from access to testing, treatment and other palliative measures put in place to cushion… Continue reading Corona virus – immigrants and illegals – test and aid

Corona virus tests – South Africa versus population

  Data presented by the National Health Laboratory Service (NHLS) reveals how many Covid-19 tests have been conducted in South Africa across all provinces to date – and what proportion have come out positive.   Across the country, the NHLS’s data (to 28 May) shows that over 680,000 tests have been processed in the country.    Counter… Continue reading Corona virus tests – South Africa versus population