17Jan/24

What happens to your liver when you quit alcohol

Ashwin Dhanda, University of Plymouth

According to Greek mythology, Zeus punished Prometheus for giving fire to humans. He chained Prometheus up and set an eagle to feast on his liver. Each night, the liver grew back and each day, the eagle returned for his feast. In reality, can a liver really grow back? Continue reading

16Jan/24

The culture of begging. why do people resort to humiliation when there options for self respect?

Jan. 16, 2024 /Human Interest/ —  It’s important to remember that resorting to begging is rarely done out of a desire for humiliation. It’s usually a complex situation driven by desperation and a lack of viable alternatives. Here are some factors to consider: Continue reading

16Jan/24

Zambia and Gambia explained

Jan. 16, 2024 /Human Interest/ — Zambia and Gambia, despite their similar-sounding names, are quite different countries in Southern and West Africa, respectively. Here’s a breakdown of their key differences: Continue reading

15Jan/24

What is the difference between the jews and Israel state?

Jan. 8, 2024 /Human interest/ — Jews have a long history of advocating for human rights around the world, including in the US Civil Rights movement and against apartheid in South Africa. This commitment stems from both religious and ethical principles within Judaism that emphasize justice, equality, and compassion for all. Continue reading

15Jan/24

Why is South Africa Calling out Israel?

Jan. 15, 2024 /Politics/ — The comparison of Israel to the former apartheid regime in South Africa is a complex and sensitive issue with no easy answer. Both situations involved racial and ethnic tensions, but there are also significant differences in historical context, legal frameworks, and political dynamics. Continue reading

15Jan/24

Zambia is the most peaceful country in Africa.

Sept. 15, 2023 /World / — Zambia has experienced internal conflicts including rebellions and uprisings, it has not experienced a full-blown civil war comparable to those seen in several other African nations. Continue reading

15Jan/24

Beyond the Minerals: Uncovering the Vibrant Tapestry of DR Congo and Zambia

Sept. 15, 2023 /Economy/ — While the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and Zambia are indeed known for their mineral wealth, particularly copper and cobalt, their identities extend far beyond these resources. Let’s dive deeper into the rich tapestry of these fascinating African nations: Continue reading

14Jan/24

Here’s why it’s called AFCON 2023 even though it’s being played in January 2024

The official name of the tournament is indeed the “2023 Africa Cup of Nations,” even though it’s being played in January 2024. While the name may seem confusing at first, it reflects the complex logistical considerations behind running a major sporting event. Here’s why: Continue reading

13Jan/24

The Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) 2024 analysis

Jan. 9, 2024 /Sports/ –The Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) kicks off today, 13th January 2024! Here’s the breakdown: Continue reading

12Jan/24

Why has South Africa taken Israel to court?

The legal issue of South Africa taking Israel to the International Criminal Court (ICC) alleging genocide in Palestine is a complex and sensitive one, with a long and multifaceted background. Here’s a breakdown: Continue reading