Can Action Now Help Africa’s Economy After The Pandemic? Yamkela Makupula believes so.

As every country globally, Africa is dealing with many complications in regards to the COVID-19 pandemic. While many countries are currently trying to control and eliminate the coronavirus as much as possible, it is also making a huge economic impact domestically and internationally. One person who has been following the impact on the economy very closely is Yamkela Makupula, CEO of Diaz Reus Africa.

Bill Conner, the father of the girl who drowned at Iberostar Hotel in Mexico after being served tainted alcohol, recalls hearing her donated heart beat in a young man’s chest

Bill Conner, the father of Abbey Conner, the Wisconsin college student who drowned while on a family vacation in 2017 at Iberostar’s Paraiso del Mar Hotel in Cancun, Mexico, recently explained to Forbes his experience when meeting Loumonth Jack, the young man to whom she donated her heart. Three years back, Bill Conner caused quite a stir when he rode his bike 2,600 miles from Wisconsin to Florida, via Louisiana. The 60-year-old was on a mission to raise awareness for the importance of organ donations. In November 2018, the Estate of Abbey Conner filed a wrongful death case against Iberostar, claiming that her death resulted from the hotel serving both Abbey and her brother tainted alcohol.

Impulso al agro

Por Jaime Jácome de la Guardia, miembro de DRT International Law Firm & Alliance en Panamá.
“El despegue del agro es urgente, no solo por los campesinos y productores, sino por la imperiosa necesidad de detener y comenzar a bajar la presión que ejerce sobre la zona metropolitana, la descontrolada migración con todas sus secuelas.”

OFAC Sanctions Chinese Government Entity and Officials

On July 9, 2020, the U.S. Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (“OFAC”) sanctioned the Xinjiang Public Security Bureau (“XPSB”), together with four government officials of the People’s Republic of China (“PRC”) pursuant to the 2016 Global Magnitsky Human Rights Accountability Act (“GLOMAG”) and Executive Order (“E.O.”) 13818 of December 20, 2017, “Blocking the Property of Persons Involved in Serious Human Rights Abuse or Corruption.”