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Inclusive Cycling in Windhoek

On Saturday 4 June 2022 Inclusive Cycling International, a United States-based NGO with funding coming from the U.S. Embassy in Namibia, will be hosting an “Inclusive Bike Ride” from opposite Windhoek Police Station down Independence Avenue. David spoke to Greg Milano and Mitch DeWaldt to find out more.

Corona Watch 31 May

China easing lockdowns but citizens are still wary, experts say up to a year's worth of learning was lost in South Africa, and Ivermectin once again banned in South Africa.

Corona Watch 30 May

WHO approves 11th Covid-19 vaccine, Germany relaxes entry requirements, and experts warn that following two years of changed behaviour infectious disease outbreaks are likely to react differently.

Corona Watch 27 May

Expert says South Africa's 'fifth wave' may already be ending, and a new article (which can be read in full on the News Blog page of the Future Media website) suggests people who have never caught Covid-19 might not just be lucky.

Corona Watch 24 May

New study shows that viral remnants can stay in the body for weeks to months after primary COVID-19 symptoms resolve, and professor of medical genetics warns that Omicron could re-infect people over and over again.

Corona Watch 23 May

US study shows vaccines protect against long-Covid, what happens to vaccines that need to be destroyed, and visit the News Blog page of the Future Media website to read more about some of the less common symptoms of Covid-19.

Corona watch 20 May

Multi-million Pound UK study set to investigate long-Covid, North Korea still battling outbreak, US CDC recommends booster shots for 5 to 11 year-olds, and study shows that in countries with lower-than-expected COVID-19 vaccination rates, mentions of side effects and negative emotions dominate overall social media discourses

Corona Watch 9 May

More studies confirm the efficacy of masks and Lancet opinion piece warns against thinking the pandemic is over.

Board of Healthcare Funders Interview - Dr Mothudi

David spoke to Dr. Katlego Mothudi, the managing director of the Board of Healthcare Funders, about their upcoming conference as well as what some of the leading challenges to regional healthcare systems are, and how to go about solving them.

Oral Rabies Field Trial Interview

David spoke to Dr. Frank Busch, who was a member of the team from the Friedrich-Loeffler-Institut and the Department of Veterinary Services at the Ministry of Agriculture, Water and Land Reform, about the oral rabies vaccination field trial that was conducted in Namibia's Northern Communal Areas in late 2021.

Traxtion interview

David spoke to James Holley, the CEO of Traxtion, about the implications, for their business and the country as a whole, of the South African government's decision to allow third parties to access Transnet’s rail network.

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