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14 African Countries Forced by France to Pay Colonial Tax For the Benefits of Slavery and Colonization

At this very moment I’m writing this article, 14 African countries are obliged by France, trough a colonial pact, to put 85% of their foreign reserve into France central bank under French minister of Finance control. Until now, 2014, Togo and about 13 other African countries still have to pay colonial debt to France. African leaders who refuse are killed or victims of coups…MORE

Nigerian Teenagers build and launch local rocket as rehearsal for launching satelite into space, if encouraged

“The boys are just between 16 and 17 years old. They only tried out their learning while in the secondary school. They wanted to know if they can practicalise the theories they learnt in school. The dream of these young boys is to design a spacecraft. It was launched without funfair…. I want these boys to be encouraged. May be, who knows tomorrow, at my old age, I may be the lucky one that would fly in the spacecraft made by these young lads.” – Police Commissioner Mohammed Katsina

Soursop Stories Still Creating Stir – US radio host visits cancer survivor

After the live interview, Dr Grant told The Gleaner, “I can go back and now say, I have met them, I have seen them. They have told me how it’s done, what it has done. They have the medical records right there in the home. I am a believer. I now believe even more that this soursop cured Mrs Kirlew, and it is a miracle drug. If my visit saved one life – this visit from Florida to Discovery Bay, Jamaica – just one life, it would have been worth it.”.

Is Sour Sop a Cancer Killer 10,000 times Stronger Than Chemotherapy?

The bottom line? Graviola, like many other plants, has shown promise in laboratory tests as a possible cancer fighting agent. However, given that there have been no significant human tests of the products and there is currently no evidence to suggest that eating sour sop will cure or effectively treat cancer, spreading this over-hyped and inaccurate nonsense will help nobody. Especially since the possible side effects of graviola are not fully understood and may be quite dangerous. And another great danger of such misinformation is that it may cause some cancer patients to forgo traditional treatments in favour of self prescribed sour sop. Such a decision could be fatal.

Soursop Fruit Kills Cancer

As a cancer buster, it is said that the leaves and bark of wild soursop trees, preferably grown organically, contains the most healing properties. These are dried and made into a tea and then boiled to extract the medicinal compounds. Contrary to belief, the soursop healing properties have been studied by medical research facilities for many decades. Promising results indicate that soursop has the natural ability to target and kill damaged cells. However, its effectiveness has yet to be determined thus it hasn’t been marketed formally as a cancer cure.

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Patrick C. Wilson

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Sir Hilary Beckles is a professor, historian, author, and consultant

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Michael Blake

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Job Opportunity: Associate Athletic Director for Advancement University of Massachusetts Lowell

Job Opportunity Associate Athletic Director for Advancement University of Massachusetts LowellUMass Lowell is a national research university located on a high-energy campus in the heart of a global community. The campus offers its 17,000 students bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees in business, engineering, education, fine arts, health sciences, humanities, liberal arts, sciences and social sciences. […]

The African Oscars-NAFCA Hires Hollywood Business Strategist Consultant

SPECIAL ISSUE FEBRUARY 2014 The African Oscars-NAFCA Hires Hollywood Business Startegist Consultant to…. PRESS RELEASE Raleigh, North Carolina USA(February 06, 2014) After four years, the African Oscars -NAFCA today announced the hiring of highly respected industry executive with over 20 years experience to serve as Head of African Oscars Business Development & Strategic Initiatives. They […]

Friends Africa at World Economic Forum, Davos 2014

DAVOS 2014 The Reshaping of the World: Consequences for Society, Politics and Business After four insightful days and several interesting sessions the World Economic Forum 2014 came to an end in Davos, Switzerland on 25th January. The big question at this year’s event was centred around reshaping the world and how slow growth, high unemployment, […]

Save the Date: 2014 Faces of Hope Gala

SAVE THE DATE 2014 FACES OF HOPE GALA Saturday, April 26, 2014 l 7:00 PM The Newark Club l Newark, NJ Formal Invitation To Follow Interested In Sponsorship or Need Information? Call: 973.637.0772 | Email: events Please click here to download the registration form. MISSION: The Nigerian Healthcare Foundation works tirelessly towards ameliorating the health […] is an online magazine dedicated to the presentation and promotion of African theater, plays, culture, talents, fashion, pictures, and traditions around the globe.....

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