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MONDAY, 28 SEPTEMBER 2020, 09:37


Xi: Xinjiang policies ‘completely correct’

Today at 05:26 AM, via CNN

Chinese President Xi Jinping believes his policies in the far-western region of Xinjiang are “completely correct,” despite growing international criticism of alleged human rights abuses and mass internment.


Oil falls below $40

Today at 09:10 AM, via Moneyweb

On uncertain demand with Libya supply rising.


Kenya: No Signs of School Shopping

Today at 08:54 AM, via AllAfrica

[Nation] Dealers in stationery, uniform and other school supplies have for the past few days been upbeat that their businesses will pick up after a six-month downturn occasioned by the Covid-19 pandemic.


Kenya: Charles Ong’ondo Named New KICD Director

Today at 08:54 AM, via AllAfrica

[Nation] Moi University lecturer Prof Charles Ochieng’ Ong’ondo has been appointed as the new Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development (KICD) director. He will spearhead education reforms in the country.


Max Ehrich opens up about split from Demi Lovato

Today at 07:49 AM, via Channel24

Max Ehrich took to Instagram Stories to share how he first learnt of his split from Demi Lovato before sharing a series of erratic posts about the pop star.


Support UK farmers to meet climate targets, ministers told

Today at 09:00 AM, via The Guardian

Green campaigners call for clarity on tree-planting and on interim subsidy system

Farmers need more support from the government to plant the trees necessary to meet the UK’s climate targets, ministers have been told, as they consider wide-ranging changes to farming payments after Brexit.

Tree-planting is expensive, difficult and requires patience as the trees take years or even decades to yield...


Bustled-backed Audi Q5 Sportback revealed

Today at 08:36 AM, via The Citizen

Newcomer joins the Q3 Sportback, all-electric Q4 Sportback e-tron and flagship Q8 as Ingolstadt’s fourth coupe-SUV.


How to Keep the Coronavirus at Bay Indoors

Yesterday at 17:58 PM, via New York Times

Tips for dodging the virus as Americans retreat from colder weather: Open the windows, buy an air filter — and forget the UV lights.


International Coastal Cleanup Day 2020 – Trashy seas made clean

Friday at 11:47 AM, via CapeNature

By Marx-Lenin Nagan, Stakeholder Engagement Officer, Cederberg Landscape Unit International Coastal Cleanup Day was marked on 19 September 2020 and CapeNature staff rolled up their sleeves to support local initiatives on the day. Three coastal cleanups took place on the 19th September in the Cederberg Landscape at Velddrif, Elands – and Lamberts Bay respectively. These […]