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A treatment for COVID-19 was right under our noses

Covid 19 Cure found

A treatment for COVID-19 was right under our noses…

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Coronavirus cure found - Dexamethasone

There has been a surprising development in therapies for COVID-19.

Research results just demonstrated that a common steroid is effective at treating patients who are hospitalised with COVID-19.

The steroid is called dexamethasone, and it has been shown to reduce the death rate by 35% for those on ventilators and 20% for those on oxygen.

Get this – dexamethasone was approved 59 years ago to treat rheumatoid arthritis and asthma. It’s in mass production and widely available right now. And that means it’s also cheap.

So after scrambling for the last four months in search of a COVID-19 treatment, it turns out we had one under our noses this entire time. How’s that for ironic?

And this is the first study to demonstrate efficacy for the most severe cases of COVID-19.

The caveat, though, is that the research hasn’t been published yet, so it hasn’t been peer-reviewed. We’ll want to watch for that to be sure.

Still, the medical community has had very positive things to say about this study. In fact, I was on a call with Dr. Ashish Jha from the Harvard Global Health Institute this week, and he made some upbeat comments about dexamethasone.

Dr. Jha was excited about the fact that the drug is widely available, cheap, and simple to administer. That makes it easy to treat the most severe COVID-19 patients anywhere in the world.

Others in the medical community have echoed this sentiment. Even former FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb said the dexamethasone study was encouraging.

And as a bonus, this will prompt researchers to conduct studies that combine dexamethasone with other therapies that are currently in trials. There may be combination therapies that produce even better results.

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The Future of e-commerce, Airbnb and Uber​ in Africa

Blood and Water Netflix South Africa school

The Future of e-commerce, Airbnb and Uber​ in Africa

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Be your own boss, create your own destiny.

You may ask what does Blood and Water, Netflix series has to do with being your own boss? Read on to find out.

Gone are difficult e-commerce, Airbnb and Uber. Its time for you to start selling in crypto to all over Africa and the world. Open your online store today. Free trade with no one to say no to you! Be your own boss!

Stop saying you can’t find a job in Africa! The world has changed with P2P (person 2 person) sales. You don’t even need to open a bank account.

You are sitting with the most powerful tool in your hands right now. It’s called a mobile phone! Start using it to get out of poverty! No government can stop you. You are the future of your own world.

It’s simple. Download the app, create a product, like let’s say mmmm creative art, shoes, t-shirt, mugs with your branding on it, branded pillows… anything you can think of.

Follow these steps to run your own empire:

Step 1. Download the app on Apple or Google and play around with it.

Step 2. Find an idea to create something you can sell to anybody anywhere or even local like Airbnb, put your apartment, room, caravan or home on it! The possibilities are endless.

Step 3. Do your research. Who you want to sell to? Is there a market for your product. Be practical, you don’t need a business plan or any investment. Start small and build on your ideas.

Look at South Korea to start exporting your goods and services. Don’t just think about those countries, also explore South Africa markets, Botswana markets, Nigerian markets. Nowadays you can send anything to anyone via international deliveries.

Step 4. Look at local African markets to export, you will pay no taxes or customs within the African economies.

Step 5. Build your brand. Use Facebook, Youtube, Telegram, Instagram, Pinterest and Twitter to promote yourself.

PS: Watch Blood and Water (Made in Africa, South Africa Nextlix production)

Do your research

Origin Protocol – ONG

Also have a look at this amazing blockchain for all kinds of uses Vechain

HAS THE RISE OF CHINA IN AFRICA MADE DEMOCRATISATION LESS LIKELY? – find out click here

I have my idea, whats next?
Find out where to do free marketing and which platforms to use –  Click here 

Start shipping your product:
Find your local shipping company: 
Pargo 
PnP
The Courier Guy
DHL
Dawn Wing
FedEx

Do you know what NASPERS DO? WATCH THE VIDEO BELOW

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The future of MUSIC in Africa

Music in Africa

The future of music in Africa.

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BRIT Awards 2020 shows us we are not alone.

What we all want is to be out of poverty. Unfortunately, governments have controlled us for too long. It’s time to take the music you create and start using it for the good. Not just good, but make money while you are at it. A better world full of opportunities for all.

The future of music in Africa?
We have a simple answer. There is a future all over the world. Times has changed and you will now find amazing artists like Santan Dave and Stormzy. These artists are massive in the United Kingdom (Britain), aka BRIT Awards 2020

Africa is no longer just Africa. We are worldwide 24/7!

ARTICLES FOR ARTIST, MUSICIANS:

Akon is planning to build a cryptocurrency-powered city in Senegal

AKON’S own currency for Africa:
ONE AFRICA, ONE COIN

Electroneum experienced organic growth in 2019 and 2020 of vendors accepting ETN, particularly in Uganda, Brazil, Argentina, South Africa, and other places around the world.

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Inside the Crypto-kingdom

Inside the Crypto-kingdom

Will your country's currency be worth anything?

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The future of banking in Africa

The End of Money as we Know It examines the meteoric ascent of the revolutionary cryptocurrency which rose from the ashes of the 2008 global financial crisis and now the 2020 crisis.

As economies, and ultimately people, struggle all over the world, Bitcoin purports to provide an antidote to a world in which money is created irresponsibly by private banks.

This Kickstarter funded film dissects the underlying assumptions that we make about money, and also questions the Bitcoin advocates assertions about this new digital currency.

Will Bitcoin really signify the inauguration of a new Internet-based monetary system, or is it a Ponzi scheme, another bubble waiting to burst?

Several experts and economic commentators, some enthusiastic and others sceptical about the potential of Bitcoin are cross-examined as the documentary explores the question: Is this the end of money as we know it?

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Eskom to get some help from SunExchange

SunExchange Eskom

What is Sunexchange? How will it help Eskom?

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The future of electricity in South Africa.

What is Sunexchange? 

The company is based in Cape Town, South Africa. They install solar power devices in communities to help them keep the lights on. SunExchange designed it with blockchain technology with a smart contract via Ethereum and Bitcoin. Investors will get a passive income for as long as they keep the SUNEX token. 

A cleaner better life with environmental benefits. 

For the time being it seems as if the token sale has ended. However, one company in South Africa did invest in SUNEX. JSE company AIL, ARC (African Rainbow Capital investments Ltd) 

This is just the start with blockchain technology taking a massive entrance into the South African market. 

Soon we expect Tymebank and Rain Mobile to dominated the industries.  

What about Eskom?

Eskom will most possibly still function the same way for a few years. However, if Eskom does not transform their current power stations to Solar or Wind power, the taxpayers will still have to pay more and more for sustainable power. If Sunexchange is on the sidelines, Eskom will be phased out over time and Solar will be the biggest power generation in South Africa by 2025. 

In the news: 

South African solar start-up SunExchange raises $3 million

Online marketplace Sun Exchange powers solar projects in South Africa

South African Solar Energy Blockchain Startup Raises $3 Million, Plans to Expand Across Continent

The Sun Exchange raised 3M from crypto-driven power in Africa

South African Blockchain Startup, Sun Exchange, Raises $3 Million to Diversify Portfolio and Explore More African Markets

How to invest in SunExchange on the JSE?

You can buy stocks in 

AIL, ARC (African Rainbow Capital investments Ltd) 

Any broker will be fine, or do it on your own with EasyEquities. 

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