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MONDAY, 27 SEPTEMBER 2021, 19:19


Car-exhaust drug craze alarms Congo’s capital

Today at 14:19 PM, via News24

A new craze for a drug derived from crushed vehicle exhaust filters is rattling authorities in Kinshasa, triggering a campaign to stamp out the concoction and a related rash of car part thefts.


Stage set for ANC election manifesto launch

Today at 17:17 PM, via SABC News

The stage is set for the launch of the African National Congress (ANC) Election Manifesto at the Church Square in Pretoria later today.


Namibia: Desert School Transformed

Today at 16:36 PM, via AllAfrica

[Namibian] PUPILS of JP Brand Primary School will soon live more comfortably and with less fear of Covid-19.


Zimbabwe: Two All Souls High School Pupils Attempt Suicide

Today at 16:35 PM, via AllAfrica

[The Herald] Two Form 3 learners aged 16 from All Souls Mission High School in Mutoko recently attempted to commit suicide after being allegedly bullied by a prefect at the Catholic-run institution.


Namibia: Qualified Namibians Shun State-Owned Enterprises

Today at 16:34 PM, via AllAfrica

[Namibian] Minister of public enterprises Leon Jooste has bemoaned the ‘culture’ of reputable and qualified Namibians opting not to serve on parastatal boards because of political interference and the poor implementation of corporate governance architecture in the sector.


Facebook is Hitting the Brakes on Instagram for Kids

Today at 18:49 PM, via Slashdot

Instagram is pressing pause on plans to develop a version of its service for kids under 13 after facing pressure from lawmakers to back down on the effort and new questions about the impact the photo-sharing service has on teen girls. From a report: “While we stand by the need to develop this experience, we’ve decided to pause this project,” Adam Mosseri, head of Instagram, wrote in a blog post...


TikTok Reaches 1 Billion Monthly Active Users

Today at 18:08 PM, via Slashdot

TikTok announced in a blog post today that 1 billion people use TikTok every month. From a report: That means that on this big rock in space that we call home, about one in seven-and-a-half people are regularly watching short-form videos of dancing, dangerous “milk crate challenges” and even actual educational content. For context, Facebook said that in June it had 2.9 billion monthly active...