Monday, March 1, 2021

Davison Kunda

Entrepreneur,Gamer,Memer and also a Food lover
26 Published Articles

Cruise vessels banned in Canada until 28 February in Combating Covid-19

Canada declares temporal cruise ban measures until 28 February 20201. Transport minister Omar Alghabra announced on Thursday carrying more than 100 people to be...

Suspected booze Hospitalises Fort bliss soldiers

After a ban of drinking booze at the base camps. 11 soldier's were hospitalized after they developed symptoms a few hours after they drunk...

Bordeaux-ver the moon: French wine to return from the space station

A wine that took a ride on the space station on board on the Northrop Grumman supply ship in November 2019. The 320 merlot...

Zoom announces live captions feature in partnership with Otter.ai

With the new partnership between Otter.ai and Zoom, will see some improvement in Zoom meetings and data accessibility. Zoom will be releasing a new...

Solar Energy: The light to Africa

Africa's dependance on hydro power energy has lead to almost 1/3 of the continents load shedding. Africa, in the past decades, has experienced the...

California announces places of worship can begin reopening

Donald Trump has deemed places of worship essential for the country's recovery. Hence, the governor of California has provided the official guidelines for the...

Officials in Pennsylvania question death toll count

A number of questions have been raised regarding how the number of deaths is being calculated after a death toll count increased drastically from...

Germany to lift lockdown with precautions while UK battles for extension

Germany on Wednesday announced the lifting of the lock-down on 20 April with precautionary measures in place. This will allow small retail shops to...

WHO director-general resignation petition crosses 1 million

Most feel as though Tedros is politicizing the WHO, which is supposed to be neutral.

Jail time for not staying at home, warns Washington DC mayor

Mayor Muriel Bowser has warned Washington residents with 90 days of jail time and a $5,000 fine for leaving their homes during the outbreak....

First confirmed case of coronavirus in ICE detainee

It was last year when CNN gave a preview on the 1150-bed facility that contains local and federal detainees. It has come to a...

2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo might be canceled due to coronavirus concerns

It has raised so many concerns with the Olympics committee members that hard decisions might have to be made due to the coronavirus. The...

Coronavirus cases in Chinese prisons growing rapidly, officers dismissed

Four prisons have reported a total of more than 500 coronavirus cases, with two from the epicenter of the outbreak in the Hubei province....

The death penalty: Oklahoma to resume 3 drug lethal drug execution

With the last execution conducted back in January 2015, Oklahoma has announced it will resume the death penalty (executions) by lethal injections - having...

World’s largest fireworks at winter festival in Colorado

The winter festival was celebrated in style by breaking a world record for the largest fireworks that lit up the skies. The aerial fireworks...

Plane crash leaves 183 passengers with injuries in Istanbul, Turkey

183 passages have escaped death after a plane skidded off the runway, tearing apart at Istanbul's Sabiha Gokcen Airport (Turkey). Istanbul Governor Ali Yerlikaya...

Trade war between China and the U.S. concluded as tariffs are halved

A battle that started a year ago between China and the U.S. on each other’s goods has been concluded with some trade agreement in...

Climate change activists test the East Antarctica waters to raise awareness

With temperatures as low as 0 degrees Celsius and likely to cause insomnia, Lewis Pugh was the first person to ever swim in a...

Wildfire state of emergency temporarily lifted off Australia’s capital (Canberra)

It was just a few years back in 2003 when Australia's state of emergency was declared over the wildfires, which destroyed about 500 houses...

3,000-year-old mummy, Nesyamun, speaks again thanks to technology

During the reign of Pharaoh Ramese Xi, there was an ancient Egyptian priest (Nesyamun) who sang as a part of his ritual duties to...