Advertising Africa 

Strategies For Implementing Proper Educational Technology In Nigerian Schools

Prior to we talk about how to implement Educational technology in Nigeria, there is a need to understand what it means. Educational Technology is the usage of tools such as online tools and resources for the benefit of establishing education. Along with utilizing tools, academic technology assesses both theoretical and useful applications of these tools for learning. Establishing instructional technology in a school makes learning more engaging. Trainees will be interested to understand more, due to the fact that their lessons are now interactive with pictures, videos and slides, all…

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Covid19 North America 

3 Die in New Mexico After Drinking Hand Sanitizer, Officials Says

Whether the products involved in the deaths were among those listed in the advisory is under investigation, according to the Health Department. Brandon Warrick, an assistant professor at the University of New Mexico who is certified in emergency medicine, medical toxicology and addiction, said that in nearly a decade of working at poison centers, the recent spate represented the largest number of methanol poisoning cases that he had observed. Dr. Warrick, who works at the New Mexico Poison Control and Drug Information Center, said that the cases stretched across two…

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Australasia Covid19 

Surge in Covid-19 cases fuels second wave of panic buying in Australia

Supermarkets in Australia have reintroduced rationing after a surge in Covid-19 cases led to shoppers bulk buying goods on Friday. Fears about a second wave of coronavirus created panic in the southern half of the country, where customers were seen stockpiling products including toilet roll, pasta, rice and flour. Outlets Woolworths and Coles, which together account for two-thirds of Australian grocery sales, said they were once again limiting key purchases to one or two packs per person after photos circulated on social media showing empty shelves in stores. The bulk…

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Asia Covid19 

Glenmark launches COVID-19 drug after DCGI nod

Glenmark Pharmaceuticals on Saturday said it has launched antiviral drug Favipiravir, under the brand name FabiFlu, for the treatment of patients with mild to moderate COVID-19. The Mumbai-based drug firm had on Friday received manufacturing and marketing approval from the Drugs Controller General of India (DCGI). FabiFlu is the first oral Favipiravir-approved medication for the treatment of COVID-19, the company said in a statement. “This approval comes at a time when cases in India are spiralling like never before, putting a tremendous pressure on our healthcare system,” Glenmark Pharmaceuticals Chairman…

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Africa Financial Services 

MONEY, PEOPLE & POWER: The 10 bank CEOs who control 80% of Uganda’s banking sector – CEO East Africa

1. Anne Juuko Chief Executive, Stanbic Bank 2019 Asset Value: UGX6.6 trillion Market Share: 20.2 per cent Industry Rank: 1 Stanbic Bank has maintained the top spot in the banking sector ever since the acquisition of a majority stake (80per cent) in Uganda Commercial Bank (UCB) back in 2001. Getting to the top spot was the easy bit – despite the politics around the acquisition. Remaining at the top, ahead of the chasing pack is where all credit is due to the bank shareholders and management that have given the…

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