According to tourism academic Fabio Carbone, post-COVID tourism is also expected to focus more on people than destinations. Those eager to get away from measures like social distancing will likely use travel to embrace existing relationships with loved ones living abroad or seek new encounters. Carbone suggests that because of this, post-Covid tourism will pivot towards prioritising human development, dialogue, and peace.
According to Khatibzadeh, the ship, the MV Saviz, is a civilian vessel registered with the International Maritime Organization (IMO). It was stationed in the Red Sea region and in the Gulf of Aiden “to provide maritime security along the shipping lanes and to fight pirates,” he said, adding that the vessel “practically acted as a logistics station.”
UCT lecturer Dr Lwazi Lushaba reported to Human Rights Commission after stating Hitler did nothing wrong
During a pre-recorded lecture for first-year political science students, Dr Lushaba stated that “Hitler committed no crime. All Hitler did was to do to white people what white people had normally reserved for black people.” This heinous remark became known to the public on Thursday, coincidentally the day when Jewish people around the world commemorated “Yom HaShoah”, Israel’s Holocaust Remembrance Day.
Some farmers on verge of losing their farms due to illegal eviction orders from Government – personal accounts
The Democratic Alliance was on the ground in the Gert Sibande District, Mpumalanga, meeting with farmers who are on the verge of losing their farms due to illegal eviction orders from the ANC Government’s Department of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development.
Alison Chabloz, 57, is expected to serve nine weeks in prison for violating the country’s communications act after she promoted anti-Semitic rhetoric in two interviews she did with far-right online sites.
Viruses are often termed “the invisible enemy”. They aren’t visible with the naked eye, or even by using a standard optical microscope. So how do we know they exist or what they look like?
With the onset of COVID-19, adolescent girls in conflict zones are 90% more likely to be out of school. And 70% of females in humanitarian settings are more likely to experience gender-based violence.