Drugs are essential to the ailing health of patients if prescribed by certified physicians; handled by pharmacists and instructions of its use followed strictly. This is the case of a place where the rule of law exists and is upheld.
The food and drug administration (FDA) ensures the safety of products such as medicines, food, etc. The FDA plays a pivotal role in examining what we eat or take
This is the story of Kenya's coastal children and this is everyday life in Kenya. The tourism industry continues to boom and Kenyan politicians couldn't be happier. According to the Kenyan leaders, tourism is booming and it is all "good" news. This is what the world often gets to know while the reality hides under the dark shadows of the wicked one.
The "diaper market" continues to boom
Africa is facing a pandemic far worse than HIV and Malaria combined. The pandemic of "Sugar Daddies". Sugar Daddies continue to threaten the very fabric of our humanity.
Every country on earth has some Sugar Daddies and there as some very strong laws, rules and regulations in place to put them in check. Sadly however, Africa lacks such laws, rules and regulations which unfortunately has opened a
The United Republic of Tanzania or "Tanzania" for short, is the largest and most populous East African country with a total land area of about 947,300 squared kilometers (about 61,500 sq km covered by water) and about 1,424 kilometers of coastline.
The United Republic of Tanzania borders the Republic of Kenya to the northeast, the Republics of Mozambique and Malawi to the south, the
Anywhere you see “South Africa” in the news today, you see the word “xenophobia”. Nobody thought in a million years that Nelson Mandela's "rainbow" nation could descend so low after apartheid. Sadly however, most of us thought wrong. South Africa is gradually descending into a war zone. Xenophobic attacks on migrants from other parts of Africa is not something new in South Africa. It has only
They are often kidnapped, tortured, raped, and auctioned like stolen goods on underground slave markets sometimes for as little as $100. It is a dream of a better life turned into a living hell on the shores of the Mediterranean. The life of an African migrant is worth less than that of a dog in Europe. It is a never-ending story of desperation, deceit, torture and murder. The desert is full of