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NewsVoice.se – August 20, 2021 | Video interview by Aga Wilsson | Text by Torbjorn Sassersson
WORLD. The humanitarian advocate Mari Malek from South Sudan says that people should think twice before they give money to big humanitarian organizations. Donations to the big NGOs have a tendency to end up in the wrong places. There are far better alternatives.
Many millionaires live in the Democratic Republic of Congo, one of the world’s poorest countries. This film depicts some of those who have made fortunes amid the chaos, including musicians, mining bosses, entrepreneurs and preachers.
By Lilian Neg, Africa Correspondent for NewsVoice – April 25, 2021
AFRICA CORONA CRISIS. Africa is also, like Europe, used for experimentation on vaccines against Covid 19. Cameroon has received Sinopharm and in the days ahead we will have vaccines from AstraZeneca, Johnson & Johnson, and Pfeizer. People are disturbed since they realized covid vaccines have not rendered a positive impact on Europe. Africans are now intimidated and afraid to become future vaccine victims.
The WHO and those in charge of public health, the virologists and the pharmaceutical laboratories…. created a whole system around the imminence of a pandemic. There is a lot of money at stake, as well as networks of influence, careers and whole institutions! And the minute one of the flu viruses mutates we’d see the whole…
António Guterres is now officially classifed among those known as liars who have no shame. Especially when you understand that the white people he is referring to here are all Trump supporters who protested against a stolen election at the Capitol. But according to THE UNITED NATIONS puppet –Antonio Guterres, their Secretary General, these are white supremacists who hate.
NewsVoice – February 21, 2020 | By Lilian Neg, Africa Correspondent for NewsVoice
SPORTS. NewsVoice Africa Correspondent Lilian Neg was among the journalists who had the privilege to cover the 2020 Africa Football championship in Cameroon – CHAN 2020 – the first competition organised in the world with spectators during the siege of Covid-19. The tournament was held in Cameroon from the 16th of January to the 7th of February 2021. Originally it was scheduled to be played in April 2020.
Candace Owens offers another tantalizing interview, this time with Melissa Tate. Ms. Tate grew up in Zimbabwe, experiencing both the prosperous times of a very cosmopolitan African country and then the decline into poverty and socialism under the dictatorship of Robert Mugabe.