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The protesters burst into the UN camp in Myanmar some millitary personnel died and including some protesters too but the government in Myanmar are to resolve what's happening now because alot of life's has gone.
Madonna posted a series of candid selfies on her Instagram
The 62-year-old singer has a black baker boy cap, which she has worn more than once. She captioned the photo: "And now is the time for self-reflection ... Madame X".
Madonna entered the image of the heroine of her latest album, which was called Madame X. It was released in the summer of 2019, and the world tour in support of this album was interrupted by a pandemic.
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First Volkswagen Golf 8 GTI lands in Mzansi, but you can't buy it (yet) - IOL
The First Golf 8 GTIs have hit South African shores ahead of the delayed launch later this year.
JOHANNESBURG - It is said that good things come to those who wait, and GTI fans have certainly waited for the eighth incarnation of their favourite hot hatch. The Golf 8 GTI was originally scheduled to reach South African shores in late 2020 or early 2021, but Covid-19 related delays, as well as the more recent semiconductor chip shortage, have pushed its arrival date back to later in the year. Although the vehicle is scheduled to officially launch locally during the third quarter of this year, VWSA has proudly announced that the first units have hit our shores. The Volkswagen Group has been impacted by the global shortage of the semiconductor chips and all vehicles built on the MQB platform have been affected. For this reason, the launch of the Golf 8 GTI in South Africa will now move to the third quarter, said VW passenger car head Steffen Knapp. We are working closely with our German counterparts to ensure that we get as many Golf 8 GTI units for the local market as possible. A few Golf 8 GTI units started arriving in the country from mid-April. These units will be stockpiled until we have enough vehicles for the launch at the beginning of the third quarter, Knapp added. In addition to a digital premiere, VWSA is also promising to stage customer events around the country, allowing fans to experience the newcomer. What can we look forward to? As previously reported, the new Golf GTI is powered by an updated version of the familiar EA888 2-litre turbopetrol engine, with the newcomer pushing out 180kW and 370Nm, which is an 11kW and 20Nm improvement over its predecessor. The gen-eight GTI, like its GTD and GTE cousins, receives a new driving dynamics system called the Vehicle Dynamics Manager, which controls both the XDS electronic limited slip diff function and the lateral dynamics components of the DCC adaptive dampers, when optionally fitted. Like its predecessor, the new GTI is not trying to be shouty in the way it looks, but it does come with a number of distinctive design features. These include a large honeycomb lower air intake with X-shaped foglights, an illuminated upper grill strip, wider sills, a larger rear diffuser and 17-inch Richmond alloys. That, of course, wont be big enough for many customers, which is why VW will also offer 18 and 19 rim options. The cabin has been fully digitised, with a 26cm instrument screen and 25.4cm central infotainment system, and occupants sit on newly designed sports seats with integrated headrests. IOL Motoring
Belgium bans arrivals from South Africa, India and Brazil - Eyewitness News
There will be some exceptions to the ban for essential travel by some transport workers and diplomats, but otherwise the ban will be strictly enforced.
There will be some exceptions to the ban for essential travel by some transport workers and diplomats, but otherwise the ban will be strictly enforced. BRUSSELS - Belgium on Tuesday became the latest territory to ban travel from India, Brazil and South Africa, major countries hit by fast-spreading coronavirus variants. "Passenger travel by air, train, boat, and bus, including transit traffic, from India, Brazil and South Africa to Belgium will be banned," Prime Minister Alexander de Croo announced in a statement. "People with Belgian nationality and people who have their main residence in Belgium can return from India, Brazil, and South Africa to Belgium. They are strongly advised not to travel to these countries." There will be some exceptions to the ban for essential travel by some transport workers and diplomats, but otherwise the ban will be strictly enforced. Sammy Mahdi, Belgium's minister for asylum and migration, welcomed the decision, but said he hoped the measure would be "very temporary". "There's only one thing to do to move towards a normal life where everyone can travel freely, vaccinate, vaccinate, vaccinate," he said. Other European countries have begun to introduce suspensions, bans or restrictions on arrivals from countries with coronavirus variants that experts fear could outpace vaccination drives. But Belgium has a particular reason to be concerned. Last week, the country detected some 20 Indian students positive with the Indian variant. They had arrived in mid-April on the same bus from France, after landing at Roissy airport in Paris. According to health authorities, the British coronavirus variant is currently the most widespread in Belgium - accounting for nearly 86% of cases. The Brazilian at 4.9% and the South African at 3.7% are next, according to figures released on Monday by the Brussels region. Download the Eyewitness News app to your iOS or Android device.
HIV self-test prices to be slashed in half in 135 countries - Eyewitness News
International health agency Unitaid said it had closed a deal with US-based global healthcare company Viatris that will see blood-based HIV self-tests made available for under $2 across 135 low and middle-income countries.
International health agency Unitaid said it had closed a deal with US-based global healthcare company Viatris that will see blood-based HIV self-tests made available for under $2 across 135 low and middle-income countries. GENEVA - Poorer countries are set to see their access to HIV self-tests increase dramatically following a deal to slash prices in half and boost production, Unitaid said Wednesday. The international health agency said it had closed a deal with US-based global healthcare company Viatris that will see blood-based HIV self-tests made available for under $2 across 135 low and middle-income countries. HIV self-tests are seen as vital tools to help people more easily discover their status and move towards the treatment they need, and thus also to reducing the HIV burden globally. This is particularly relevant in poorer countries, where concerns around stigma and difficulties accessing healthcare can create significant barriers, said Unitaid, which works on innovations on major diseases. "Access to self-tests has been recognised as a key factor in meeting the global goal of 90% of people knowing their HIV status," Unitaid spokesperson Herve Verhoosel said in a statement. In just the past six years, that rate has nearly doubled, from 45% to 81%, he said. But achieving broader testing has been hampered by the fact that the market for HIV self-tests in low- and middle-income countries has been dominated by a single affordable oral HIV test, the OraSure. That test is sold at cost in a limited number of poorer countries for $2, but elsewhere the price is higher, and other options have cost significantly more. EIGHT MILLION UNAWARE OF STATUS To try to fix that problem, Unitaid and US non-profit Population Services International (PSI) launched a call for proposals last July on ways to drive forward access to the tests. The result was the Viatris deal, which Unitaid said should significantly expand the market and give countries more choice when it comes to self-tests. This, Verhoosel said, would make "it easier to acquire the products and embed them in health systems, with the ultimate aim of helping the eight million people estimated to be unaware of their HIV status know they are infected and get treatment." Meg Doherty, who heads the World Health Organization's global HIV, hepatitis and STI programmes, hailed "the wider availability of affordable HIV self-testing kits to increase access to testing." She said Wednesday's announcement was timely at a time when the COVID -19 pandemic had in many places complicated access to a range of HIV services. Self-testing allows "people to test when other options are difficult to access or restricted," she said. In addition to Viatris, Unitaid said another recently developed blood-based HIV self-test from US-based health care company Abbott Laboratories, which is currently undergoing regulatory review, would also be part of the expanded Unitaid programme, which would see around one million tests distributed "to stimulate in-country demand". Download the Eyewitness News app to your iOS or Android device.