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Looking forward to exchanging with Africans regarding beauty and fashion industries in our evolving continent. I will be taking part in Tropics Business Summit 4th edition from the 14th to the 17th October.
Discussing about future and economy should support our quest for actions. Stay tuned more on its way!
Heureuse de participer à cette 4ème édition du Tropics Business Summit qui cette année se déroulera du 14 au 17 Octobre 2020.
J’y parlerai des industries de la beauté et de la mode en Afrique ainsi que de leurs perspectives d’économie durable.
Mount Camdeboo Private Game Reserve - South Africa
Johannesburg, South Africa
Johannesburg, South Africa.
168th Temple in the Church
5th Temple in Africa
2nd Temple in South Africa
Announcement: 1 October 2011
Groundbreaking and Site Dedication: 9 April 2016 by Carl B. Cook
Public Open House: 22 January–1 February 2020
Dedication: 16 February 2020 by Ronald A. Rasband
The Durban South Africa Temple was built just north of Durban in Umhlanga - one of the fastest growing cities in South Africa - and is situated near the Indian Ocean. King Goodwill Zwelithini and Prince Mangosuthu Buthelezi of the Zulu Nation, both praised the Church after the Durban Temple was completed, expressing gratitude for the spiritual and temporal service the Church has given to the people of South Africa and the Zulu Nation. The Durban South Africa Temple was the last temple to be dedicated before the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic caused the Church to temporarily close all operating temples and postpone dedications of temples then under construction.
Sources: Photos from churchofjesuschrist.org. Facts and dates from churchofjesuschristtemples.org and from phoenixsun.co.za.
Violet-backed Starling in South Africa by Dubi Shapiro.
Controlling my motors wirelessly using my cellphone. Designed web using HTML5 on Atom text editor software.
Had to repost. Positive energy. Live life in all the positive ways you can
Song: Jerusalema by Master KG x Nomcebo Zikode
On today’s news! The clouds have gathered and decided it was a nice time to bring down some drip drops before Isaias comes up to shake lady liberty’s crown. The Carolinas hopefully prepared themselves since the storm gained strength and is now a hurricane. You think you really know the winds. While the east coast is soon to be underwater, the west coast is on fire because in life there is never an in-between; California is on fire. Talk about the heat of the moment. In Costa Rica, they slowed and stopped deforestation but what is even better, they reversed the deforestation in their rainforests. The grass is probably greener on their side. Meanwhile, in England, the 5 cent tax successfully reduced plastic bag use by as much as 95% over 5 years. In South Africa, rhino poaching plummets 53% during lockdowns, and just like in England, it extends its success for 5 years as well. But if you feel like going back in time because there was no pandemic at all, so far 2020 totally sucks and cartoons were worth watching, you should check out @supernostalgic on Instagram. Oh, and apparently Microsoft is looking into buying TikTok so that it will remain unbanned. Is kind of funny, however, that an application such as TikTok could be banned before guns but who am I to say. Right? Gotta make sure people can shoot but not share dance moves or their own creative ways of doing random stuff. Remember the crew that went to the moon? Well, they made it back safely but there is still no change in the system regarding racism, mental health is still a hard pill to swallow, and apparently climate change is still under a question mark. Anyways, did you know the average person will spend six months of their life waiting for red lights to turn green? If not, now you do. Happy chocolate Cookie Day! Today is Tuesday, August 4, 2020. Day unknown of quarantine.
Marais Street, Pretoria, South Africa
via @PerilOfAfrica Eskom and the Special Investigating Unit have finally taken action against its former executives, the Gupta family and their associates, launching a civil suit to recoup R3.8-billion that the energy parastatal says was illegally diverted to help the Guptas purchase Optimum Coal. The move comes as law enforcement agencies have been slow to act on allegations of State Capture. https://dlvr.it/Rcym1b
via @PerilOfAfrica At least R56-million was illegally siphoned off the police budget in just one matter involving eight high-ranking SAPS members who were arrested in a pre-dawn raid in June 2020. Corruption in SAPS and other law enforcement agencies deprives South Africans of their right to safety and security. https://dlvr.it/RcyklS