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  • The exceptionally wet rainy season in South Africa allowed rapid breeding of brown locusts and led to the biggest infestation the country has seen in decades. In December 2021, many parts of the country experienced the heaviest rains since records began in 1921. The infestation started in September and is now affecting the provinces of the Eastern Cape, Northern Cape and Western Cape. “This locust outbreak is the highest in decades as continuous rain is falling in the Karoo and nearby areas,” the country’s Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development department said. The wind is also playing a role in migrating the swarms to the areas where it was never been such as the garden route area in the Western Cape and in citrus farms of Kirkwood and Patensie in the Eastern Cape. It had affected the veld, grazing lands, crops, roads, railway lines and was further reported in towns and residential areas. There are ground teams appointed to control the locusts in the three provinces. 1 200 controllers are appointed, and two helicopters are currently doing the aerial spraying, mostly on inaccessible areas and where there are huge locust outbreaks.

 

  • Following Elon Musk’s recent acquisition of 9.2% of Twitter and last Tuesday’s formal announcement that he would be joining the Board of Directors, Musk has declined the board seat. “Elon Musk has decided not to join our board,” wrote CEO Parag Agrawal, adding “We were excited to collaborate and clear about the risks. We also believed that having Elon as a fiduciary of the company where he, like all board members, has to act in the best interests of the company and all our shareholders, was the best path forward.” Word of Musk’s appointment to the board sent liberals into fits – as the inclusion of the free-speech advocate was seen as a threat to left-wing heterodoxy that underpins Twitter’s culture. Of course, for those paying attention, this means that Musk can now own more than 14.9% of the company – a limit that board members must adhere to.

 

  • China and India are emerging as Russia’s main crude buyers. The United States and the West have hit the rogue nation with a plethora of sanctions, with the latest announced just days ago mostly targeting Russia’s financial sector. So far, Russian oil and gas exports to the EU remain largely unchanged since only the Baltic States have announced a 100% ban on Russian energy imports. The EU currently gets about 40% of its natural gas from Russia, which powers everything from household heating to factory production, and makes up around 25% of the bloc’s total energy consumption.

 

  • Twitter, Facebook, and other social media have notably targeted conservative viewpoints on contemporary controversies. Now, LinkedIn has added its company name to this ignoble effort, according to An Air Force veteran whose account was disabled after criticizing the calls for loan forgiveness. The site declared opposing to the Democratic plan for loan forgiveness to be “hate speech.” Smith is the founder of the non-profit organization Code of Vets, she opposed the loan forgiveness calls from Democratic members and has shared her own use of military service to help pay for college. LinkedIn then disabled or restricted her account as well as her Code of Vets account. LinkedIn told Smith in an email that the Code of Vets post “goes against our policy on hate speech,” according to a screenshot she shared on Twitter.

 

  • Now that Switzerland has violated its centuries-old status as a neutral power to take sides against Russia, Dubai and a handful of other eastern locales have been jockeying to supplant the alpine nation to become the ‘Switzerland of the East’. But as a few members of the Russian uber-rich have recently learned, even Dubai isn’t safe from the grasping hands of Western sanctions – be they European, American or British. The WSJ reports that roughly 100 Russian planes have been stuck in Dubai, effectively prevented from moving due to Western sanctions that bar them from all other airspace. According to WINGX, a website that tracks aerospace, the Russia-UAE connection is 3x busier than pre-pandemic levels during the first 3 weeks of March. Satellite images shot by Earth-imaging company Planet Labs also show an accumulation of private jets from mid-February to the start of April.

 

  • A group of shareholders has accused Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg of failing to tackle the firm’s stock tumbling 34% earlier this year as they plan to push for checks on his power, the New York Post (NYP) has reported. According to the NYP, the angry individuals plan to present two resolutions at the social networking giant’s upcoming shareholder meeting to conduct oversight of Facebook, Instagram, and the potential “dystopian downsides” of Zuckerberg’s metaverse project.

 

  • It is better for Finland to create a defence alliance with Sweden than to join NATO, former Foreign Minister and heavyweight Social Democrat Erkki Tuomioja has suggested. Tuomioja, deputy chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee, a member of the Defence Committee, and the leader of the Social Democrats’ working group on defence issues, is sceptical of Finnish membership in NATO and says the country’s current security arrangement is relatively safe. “We have a trained military reserve of 280,000 soldiers – not even larger countries in Europe have more”, Tuomioja told the newspaper Hufvudstadsbladet.

 

  • Amid unprecedented political turmoil, the Sri Lankan government appears to be finding it hard to bring peace to the country as the citizens are demonstrating to highlight inflation and a shortage of various basic amenities. With Sri Lanka facing its toughest economic challenge since gaining independence in 1948 from British rule, President Gotabaya Rajapaksa earlier this week urged opposition parties to join hands and form a unity government to help restore normalcy in the island nation. The opposition, however, rejected the offer, thus dashing hopes of peace returning to the country soon.

 

  • Patrick Paumen doesn’t need to use a bank card or his mobile phone to pay. Instead, he simply places his left hand near the contactless card reader, and the payment goes through. “The reactions I get from cashiers are priceless!” says Mr Paumen, a security guard from the Netherlands. He is able to pay using his hand because back in 2019 he had a contactless payment microchip injected under his skin. “The procedure hurts as much as when someone pinches your skin,” says Mr Paumen. British-Polish firm, Walletmor, says that last year it became the first company to offer them for sale.

 

  • Minister of environment, forestry and tourism Pohamba Shifeta has warned Namibians not to overexploit natural resources, but use them sustainably. Shifeta said communities should take care of their forests and protect their biodiversity. He stressed the importance of protecting biodiversity to prevent forests from becoming extinct. “Unsustainable use of our natural resources will lead to deforestation and we need to find new sustainable ways to conserve our natural resources,” he said. Shifeta said this year the ministry distributed seedlings to different schools countrywide, as part of its initiatives to promote tree planting.

 

  • The British government has vowed to step up its crackdown on “illegal schools” that fail to teach “British values” and basic skills and risk leaving many youngsters “segregated” from mainstream society. Education Secretary Nadhim Zahawi confirmed that the government will introduce new legislation and grant “stronger powers” to the schools watchdog Ofsted to tackle illegal unregistered schools and prevent vulnerable children from “falling through the cracks.” Amanda Spielman, Ofsted’s chief inspector, told The Sunday Times that extremist materials have been found in some of these schools, “exposing children to messages that are just contrary to British values.” In one school that was successfully prosecuted, books were found by an author banned from entering the UK for his extremist views. Another school was found to have been run by members of a proscribed group.

 

  • Philippine boxing icon turned presidential candidate Manny Pacquiao vowed Friday to protect Filipino fishermen from being “bullied” by Chinese coastguards in the disputed South China Sea if elected president. Pacquiao said that he would deploy navy ships to the disputed area of the sea, where Chinese coastguard vessels have repeatedly harassed and driven away Filipino fishermen, if he won the presidency in the May 9 election. “I dare you, bother the Filipino fishermen and I’m the one you would have to face,” he said in an interview with Reuters. “To be bullied is not in my vocabulary.”

 

  • What if our world, our universe, is the result of a quantum-physics experiment performed by some ancient hyper-advanced alien civilization. A civilization that, as astrophysicist Paul Davies speculates, may exist beyond matter. In The Eerie Silence: Renewing Our Search for Alien Intelligence astrophysicist Paul Davies writes: “Thinking about advanced alien life requires us to abandon all our presuppositions about the nature of life, mind, civilization, technology and community destiny. In short, it means thinking the unthinkable. Five hundred years ago the very concept of a device manipulating information, or software, would have been incomprehensible. Might there be a still higher level, as yet outside all human experience? Alien worlds with unknown forces and new forms of matter. Within an infinite space of current cosmology, suggests the University of Chicago theoretical physicist, Dan Hooper, there are inevitably an infinite number of universes that are indistinguishable from our own. “Yet some of the regions within the multiverse,” says Hooper, “are likely to be alien worlds with unknown forces and new forms of matter along with more or fewer than three dimensions of space –worlds utterly unlike anything we can imagine.”
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