Tag: Covid-19

‘Be The Change NMB’ coordinating emergency support for overwhelmed Nelson Mandela Bay Health Services
Eastern Cape South Africa

‘Be The Change NMB’ coordinating emergency support for overwhelmed Nelson Mandela Bay Health Services

“Be The Change NMB” started as a movement just over a week ago as the need for collaboration among various organisations, NPO/NGOs, and private relief initiatives into the overwhelmed Dora Nginza Hospital and other struggling public hospitals in Nelson Mandela Bay became very clear,” says founder Monica Dawson. “Many [relief] […]

France ordered to lift ban on church meetings
Europe World

France ordered to lift ban on church meetings

Originally published in The Christian Institute The French Government has been ordered to lift the ban on meetings in churches within eight days by its top administrative court. Although the government recently eased it’s coronavirus restrictions by allowing private meetings of up to ten people, this did not apply to […]

Factory floor of fashion design label in Cape Town city centre (PHOTO: Brand South Africa/Rodger Bosch)
Community South Africa

Errol Naidoo urges South Africans to get behind ‘Revive SA — Buy SA’ campaign

Nichelle Steyn spoke to Errol Naidoo about his recent call to South Africans to contribute to South Africa’s economic revival by “buying SA”. Errol Naidoo, chief executive officer of the Family Policy Institute (FPI) is concerned about the viability of the local economy, especially family-owned and run small businesses. Subsequently, […]

Burundi expels WHO officials, relying on God for protection from coronavirus
Africa News

Burundi expels WHO officials, relying on God for protection from coronavirus

Originally published in Breaking Israel News The central African nation of Burundi expelled the four foreign experts coordinating the COVID-19 response in their country: Dr. Walter Kazadi Mulombo, the World Health Organization’s (WHO) coronavirus coordinator, Dr. Jean Pierre Mulunda Nkata, communicable diseases head, Dr. Ruhana Mirindi Bisimwa, and a laboratory […]