Advertising Africa 

Mali Music releases live performance of ‘Let Go’

Three-time GRAMMY® nominated artist, composer, and producer Mali Music has released a new live performance video for his single “Let Go.” It’s available today as part of Vevo’s Ctrl series and premiered on Mali’s YouTube channel. “Let Go” is the first single from his forthcoming album entitled Book of Mali, which will be released in a partnership between his imprint K Approved Enterprises and RCA Inspiration in the summer of 2020. Mixing his signature sounds of R&B, hip-hop, and gospel on hit songs such as “Beautiful,” “I Believe,” and “Still,” Mali Music continues to showcase his…

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Covid19 North America 

Coronavirus: Draft plan of Manitoba Phase 3 reopening includes no need to isolate after travel in Western Canada

Phase 3 of Manitoba’s reopening during the novel coronavirus pandemic could see indoor and outdoor groups increase, and travel restrictions loosened. According to the draft plan of Phase 3, posted Thursday on the Manitoba government website, Public gatherings of 50 people will be allowed indoors and 100 people outdoors so long as they can stay 2 m apart from each other. “This change also applies to social gatherings, worship, weddings and funerals. These gatherings must follow public health guidelines for the venue where they are being held.” The goal is…

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Australasia Covid19 

Australia Sets Comprehensive COVID-Safe Guidelines For Film & TV Production

While the Hollywood unions and studios are still deliberating over protocols for safe return to production amid the coronavirus pandemic, the Australian film and TV industry has released its COVID-Safe Guidelines to help get their industry back to work. Spanning 41 pages, this is the most comprehensive set of official country or state recommendations to date, addressing in detail every aspect of production. (You can read it below.) Considered a ‘live’ document that will evolve as best practice develop when projects return to production, the document was created by The…

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Information Services 

Stop social media abuse – Kafwaya

TRANSPORT and communications minister Mutotwe Kafwaya has warned citizens against abusing social media saying it can spark confusion, especially now that there is tension in the country. And Kafwaya says he will soon convene a driver’s conference on road safety in light of the many people that are dying in accidents. Speaking when he made an impromptu visit to Kulima Tower bus station, Sunday, Kafwaya also urged journalists to be truthful and factual in their reports. “As I am Minister of Transport, I am also Minister of Communications and it…

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Advertising Tourism 

Born Free Launches Campaign To Protect Lions In Kenya

It’s no secret that lion populations are declining. In fact, in just the last century, the population across Africa has declined by nearly 97%, with many reports suggesting that wild lions would be extinct by 2020. Lions are already extinct in 26 African countries, but while the species may have survived that imminent deadline, with just 20,000 remaining, Born Free is urging the public to help turn these horrifying statistics around. If their decline continues at the same rate, lions could be extinct by 2031. It’s not all doom and gloom…

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