Cockroach Milk healthier than dairy milk

Cockroach Milk

Wellness trends definitely took an eye-opening turn in 2018, as tiger nut milk, broccoli coffee, moon milk, and cockroach milk emerged as some buzz-worthy yet strange health fads. And although many of those trends have since died down, it seems like cockroach milk is becoming buzzy again in 2019. If you haven’t lost your appetite yet, and are still a little curious how anything from a cockroach could be actually nutritious, INSIDER spoke to some expert nutritionists and dietitians on the subject to see if the cockroach milk trend is…

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‘Cockroach Milk’ on the rise again

Cockroach Milk

Wellness trends definitely took an eye-opening turn in 2018, as tiger nut milk, broccoli coffee, moon milk, and cockroach milk emerged as some buzz-worthy yet strange health fads. And although many of those trends have since died down, it seems like cockroach milk is becoming buzzy again in 2019. If you haven’t lost your appetite yet, and are still a little curious how anything from a cockroach could be actually nutritious, INSIDER spoke to some expert nutritionists and dietitians on the subject to see if the cockroach milk trend is…

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Zimbabwe moving in right direction but not fast enough

Zimbabwe moving in right direction but not fast enough 1

Zimbabwe is moving in the right direction but the pace is too slow to address the harsh economic crisis that its people are facing, the director of the Consumer Council of Zimbabwe Rose Siyachitema said. “Yes there are some signs that we are doing the right thing, but it is just not enough and more still needs to be done. Just like when people talk about improving industrial productivity, action to fulfil such goals must be seen in motion,” she told NewZimbabwe.com “Let us see it happening, I don’t see…

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Zec leads Zim political parties in study of SA poll processes

Zec leads Zim political parties in study of SA poll processes 3

By Staff Reporter THE Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec) is leading a team from all parties represented in Zimbabwe’s legislature studying and observing South Africa’s electoral systems as part of a learning process New Zimbabwe has gathered. Zec chairperson Justice Priscilla Chigumba and other commissioners are part of a team that includes acting chief elections officer Utloile Silaigwana who are in the neighbouring country as South Africa prepares for a crunch general election slated for May 8. Opposition MDC secretary general Douglas Mwonzora confirmed he was in South Africa representing his…

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ED’s Sanctions Narrative Falters Again

ED’s Sanctions Narrative Falters Again 5

Jane Mlambo| President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s long held narrative that sanctions imposed on Zimbabwe by the United States of America and European Union are responsible for the worsening economic situation has faltered again after the EU ambassador to Zimbabwe, Timo Olkkonen challenged government to bring tangible evidence that the embargo was hurting ordinary people as often alleged. Addressing journalists in Harare on Tuesday, Olkkonen said sanctions were targeted at government officials fingered in human rights abuses and not the ordinary people. “EU sanctions are highly legal instruments,” said the EU diplomat,…

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Breaking…Top government official arrested over CAAZ and Zinara scandal

Breaking…Top government official arrested over CAAZ and Zinara scandal 7

29th March 2019 News Headlines By Staff Reporter POLICE late Thursday arrested Transport Ministry legal secretary Angeline Karonga over what sources said were her connections to the Civil Aviation Authority of Zimbabwe (CAAZ) as well as the Zimbabwe National Roads Administration (Zinara) scandals. Karonga was expected to appear in court Friday. Police spokesperson Paul Nyathi said he would need to check but New Zimbabwe.com is reliably informed that Karonga slept in cells overnight Thursday. “She was picked up by the police anti-corruption unit in connection with the CAAZ and Zinara…

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Mnangagwa’s Bulawayo Meeting With CSOs Left A Stink

Mnangagwa’s Bulawayo Meeting With CSOs Left A Stink 9

Jane Mlambo| President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s meeting with leaders of Matebeleland civil society groups has caused a storm with a group who attended the meeting being branded sellouts for meeting the man they accuse of orchestrating gukurahundi atrocities. According to NewZimbabwe.com, the closed door meeting held at the State House where journalist and activist Zenzele Ndebele was arrested has angered a section of civil society who feel let down. The clique accused WOZA leader Jenni Williams of bootlicking Mnangagwa by calling him a “listening” President. Other blamed embattled MDC-T leader Thokozani…

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EU, UN Plug Aid Looting Gaps… As Mutsvangwa Accused Of Looting

EU, UN Plug Aid Looting Gaps… As Mutsvangwa Accused Of Looting 11

A grainy picture of trucks believed to be carrying donated foodstuffs being taken into Information minister Monica Mutsvangwa’s house in Greenside, Mutare, last week. THE United Nations and the European Union yesterday said they had put in place mechanisms to prevent any further looting and politicisation of aid meant for the victims of Cyclone Idai. This comes as information minister Monica Mutsvangwa has been accused of looting donations after an image was leaked (see above) of a delivery truck loading some stuff into her home in Mutare. “We take seriously…

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SA sniffer dogs comb Chimanimani

SA sniffer dogs comb Chimanimani 14

South African police officers and their sniffer dogs searching for bodies underneath debris at Ngangu township in Chimanimani yesterday BY Everson Mushava/Tapiwa Zivira Rescue operations continued yesterday at Ngangu township, Chimanimani with sniffer dogs from South Africa identifying about 10 sites by midday where bodies are believed to be still buried in rubble following the Cyclone Idai floods that ravaged the Eastern Highlands a fortnight ago. Two teams, with sniffer dogs each, combed the debris, identifying sites to be excavated for possible recovery of dead bodies. The South African team,…

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50 Years On Luthuli’s Family Wants Answers On His Death “We Are Tired Of Being Fed With Lies. “

50 Years On Luthuli’s Family Wants Answers On His Death “We Are Tired Of Being Fed With Lies. “ 16

Members of Luthuli family hold a memorial service for the late veteran politician fifty years on. Five decades after his death, family members of Inkosi Albert Luthuli are pushing ahead with their own investigation, saying they were repeatedly fed lies about his murder. The family of the Noble Prize winner is seeking closure and their probe into his death may lead to the reopening of his inquest. On paper, the former ANC president died in 1967 after he was hit by a train on a railway bridge close to the…

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