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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Top 18 African Heads of States on Twitter: it’s a mixed bag

Wondering which African Heads of States are big on Twitter in 2017? We have the answer for you in this blog post, where we picked the top 18 based on Twitter followers as at 7 July. We are using old-fashioned spreadsheets to present the results for numbers of  Twitter followers as a constant, compared to…

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Tanzania is having its Kiswahili cake. Can it eat it too?

My most recent continental travel was to Tanzania, where I spent 9 nights between Arusha and Dar es Salaam. I have concluded - with this being the second country visit in the last 2 years - there will never be enough time given the rich history and culture of this largest East African Community member. From…

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