‘Restoration’ convalescence project – restoring lives during the pandemic

There is much we can do on a practical level to bring relief to the suffering. As such, I initiated a Convalescence Project called ‘Restoration’, which seeks to meet the needs of individuals recovering from the COVID-19 coronavirus, and those who are experiencing what scientists have identified as ‘Long COVID’*1.

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How do we grow from here? by M. Jasmyn Allen

he challenge many of us face is how to maintain our momentum and desire to develop. There are several examples we can call upon to illustrate that, once the honeymoon is over, keeping that momentum or spark can quickly deteriorate if we are not careful; continuous growth requires discipline.

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‘In God I trust.’ Says award-winning African Mathematician

A professor from the University of the Free State Abdon Atangana has been recognised as one of the top 1% of scientists on the prestigious global Clarivate Web of Science list and is the youngest mathematician to be so honoured.

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Children’s charity calls on public to take part in Young Carers Action Day

A children’s charity says young carers returning to school this week are more likely to have fallen behind in their studies than some of their peers, after juggling home schooling with caring over multiple lockdowns.

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