How election of Ramaphosa saved ANC Elective Conference from Twitter wrath

Well, almost.   Let me start with a declaration that will be supported by stats later in this blog post. One thing many South Africans can agree on is that public perception related to the African National Congress (ANC), which was already at an all-time low going into the 54th ANC Elective Conference given the ruling party's bad…

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Will public sentiment influence election of the new President in #ANC54?

The 54th ANC Presidential Elective Conference, which takes place every 5 years and is currently in session at Nasrec - southwest of Gauteng Province, South Africa - until the 20th of December, is arguably the first about which the majority of the country has expressed strong public sentiment. While the 4 700 or so card-carrying…

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The outsider’s stairway to good decisions

Here's a completely hypothetical character. One that has just completed their tertiary education and is equipped with, what I will concede to be, all the skills needed to begin their professional life...along with good dose of courage and confidence. Historically, our hypothetical character has not been notably good at making life decisions. We may call…

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How NUCLEAR MEDICINE can help diagnose Cancer

Most people have little understanding of breast cancer, but having little knowledge or understanding may be dangerous to our health. Cancer is like other disease but has to be diagnosed and treated as soon as possible.   What is nuclear medicine?   Breast Cancer awareness can help people have a better understanding Women are at…

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