Monthly Archives: December 2017

Why Archbishop Desmond Tutu Believes God Is Not A Christian …

Do You Really Believe What You Believe? We often think of faith as a source of comfort and understanding but find our expressions of faith sowing sentimentalism and division. This kind of divisive language is what I expected when my … Continue reading

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From international darling of democracy to disgraced pariah

The Rohingya – who are Muslims in predominantly Buddhist Myanmar – have long suffered discrimination by a government that refuses even to recognise them as citizens, subjecting them to restrictions on employment, healthcare, education and marriage. Hopes that Suu Kyi … Continue reading

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Chief Nurse delighted the work of nurses and midwives has been recognised in New Year’s Honours

England’s most senior nurse has congratulated nursing and midwifery staff whose leadership, dedication and hard work have been recognised in the New Year’s Honours list. Honours go to nurses and midwives from a range of services and roles including cancer … Continue reading

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NHS to consider routine use of ‘drunk tanks’ to ease pressure on A&Es

NHS England Chief Executive Simon Stevens today announced that the NHS will decide this year whether “drunk tanks” should routinely be used take pressure off hard-pressed AE departments and 999 ambulance services during the seasonal holiday period. Supervised areas where … Continue reading

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Best of 2017: Bell Pottinger got R5.5m for one weekend to ‘help’ ANC, MK in anti-white campaign

20 July COMMENT: EDINBURGH — It doesn’t get much lower than stirring up racial animosity in the country with the legacy of apartheid hanging around its neck. South African society is riven with tension. After Nelson Mandela, emeritus Archbishop Desmond … Continue reading

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Ooni, Ozolua, Partner to Tackle Malnutrition in Africa

Martins Ifijeh The Ooni of Ife, Adeyeye Ogunwusi Ojaja, has partnered with a non-governmental organisation, Empower 54, to create awareness and promote solutions to end malnutrition in Africa which currently kills 2.3 million children annually in Nigeria. Empower 54 Project … Continue reading

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Cold weather alert: Level 3 – Winter preparedness and action

Issued at 09:30am on Wednesday 27 December 2017 This weather could increase the health risks to vulnerable patients and disrupt the delivery of services. Find out more about staying well this winter. More details about this weather alert are available … Continue reading

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Human rights advocate Naomi Tutu to speak at MJCHF fundraising event

EDWARDSVILLE — Humanitarian and human rights activist Naomi Tutu will be the special guest for the Mannie Jackson Center for the Humanities Foundation (MJCHF) Annual Speaker Series and fundraiser scheduled for Wednesday, March 28, 2018. The highly anticipated annual event … Continue reading

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NHS to join forces with major developers to build a healthy national future

As England sets about expanding the number of affordable houses being built, NHS England is today calling on the country’s top housing developers to apply the lessons from the first Healthy New Towns schemes by creating a national network that … Continue reading

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Aung San Suu Kyi’s deplorable inaction

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