35 Burst results for "Botswana"

"botswana" Discussed on The Breakdown with NLW

The Breakdown with NLW

02:14 min | 9 months ago

"botswana" Discussed on The Breakdown with NLW

"But I think so in general, you can say Latin America is a little bit ahead of African countries, I think. In terms of Bitcoin adoption also. Sure. I think part of it, I would imagine is Bitcoin exposure tends to follow, there's often an evangelical quality where someone from a place or from a community gets involved and starts to share that with their peers. Even if you look at the pattern of how Silicon Valley came to know Bitcoin, there are a handful, a very small handful of people who were the people who are rallying all of their peers and getting everyone to know about it, right? And I think it happened to be that a number of those early evangelists in the U.S. came from Latin American backgrounds too. So that was sort of just a jump start, right? Had there been a Ugandan entrepreneur who was a big early Bitcoin or you got to believe that East Africa would have been way earlier in its adoption curve, you know? Yeah, the sub Saharan nations are at the moment the second biggest market in terms of trading value volume on peer to peer exchanges. So it's North America and then sub Sahara and then it's Latin America. So they are coming. Yeah, yeah, absolutely. No, I mean, it's something that we've seen that infrastructure is building. The interest is there. So let's talk about the first time you went to Zimbabwe and Bitcoin for fairness and how this experience all started. And you can give the proper kind of sequence of events. Yeah, okay, so in early 2020, that was before the pandemic, I went to Zimbabwe and Botswana because as I said, I wanted to research if and how people really are using Bitcoin there. And to Botswana, I went because a la kanani Ethereum is there. She's the founder of satoshi Santa. And one of the first women and women and I guess people in Africa who really started to educate their community about Bitcoin. And now in 2021, I thought actually it would be interesting to do more work in that direction..

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US to lift travel ban on 8 southern African countries

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

US to lift travel ban on 8 southern African countries

"The the White White House House says says it's it's lifting lifting travel travel restrictions restrictions to to eight eight southern southern African African countries countries I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas with with the the latest latest the the restrictions restrictions were were imposed imposed last last month month in in hopes hopes of of slowing slowing the the spread spread of of the the Omicron Omicron variant variant of of covert covert nineteen nineteen after after south south African African health health officials officials first first identified identified it it there there the the move move barred barred nearly nearly all all non non US US citizens citizens who who had had recently recently been been in in South South Africa Africa or or in in nearby nearby countries countries including including Botswana Botswana Zimbabwe Zimbabwe Namibia Namibia the the suit suit too too it's it's what what teeny teeny Mozambique Mozambique and and Malawi Malawi the the White White House House says says the the temporary temporary travel travel bans bans pot pot scientists scientists necessary necessary time time to to study study Omicron Omicron conclude conclude that that current current vaccinations vaccinations are are effective effective in in blunting blunting its its impact impact the the centers centers for for disease disease control control and and prevention prevention has has recommended recommended they they be be lifted lifted on on new new year's year's eve eve Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Washington Washington

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"botswana" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"botswana" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Botswana which is having a little bit of a problem with the coronavirus They've had a few cases of aron So they'd be good people to ask right Well here's Botswana's health director Pamela Smith Lawrence talking about cases of a crime now You've heard in the media from everyone else Oh my gosh I'm a Kron reverend Kane Jim Put your mask on get your facts back deep Get your vaccine and shut your pie hole shut your soup cooler Say nothing else There it is reverend Kane otherwise known as Joe Biden Joey bots Here's Botswana's health director Like yeah we've had a few cases of not that bad A couple people had symptoms some people had no symptoms at all I bet you don't hear this anywhere in the media outside of this show and like Fox Maybe newsmax and OAN two That's it You want to hear it anywhere else Because it doesn't contribute to the ongoing fear campaign Here check this out Listen to her own words I don't total of 19 of these cases including the first four 14 or foreign nationals and we only had 5 who are local local residents and citizens So far what we are seeing from most of the context of these first 19 cases most of them have tested negative And we are continuing to follow them up during their quarantine period to say on completion of quarantine have they actually incubated the virus But so far all the contacts have tested negative and most of the cases themselves really nobody had any symptoms One or two people might have had a few mild flu like symptoms but resolved in one or two days At the rest really nobody has been

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Botswana Health Director Reiterates That Omicron Is Mild

The Dan Bongino Show

01:54 min | 1 year ago

Botswana Health Director Reiterates That Omicron Is Mild

"Botswana which is having a little bit of a problem with the coronavirus They've had a few cases of aron So they'd be good people to ask right Well here's Botswana's health director Pamela Smith Lawrence talking about cases of a crime now You've heard in the media from everyone else Oh my gosh I'm a Kron reverend Kane Jim Put your mask on get your facts back deep Get your vaccine and shut your pie hole shut your soup cooler Say nothing else There it is reverend Kane otherwise known as Joe Biden Joey bots Here's Botswana's health director Like yeah we've had a few cases of not that bad A couple people had symptoms some people had no symptoms at all I bet you don't hear this anywhere in the media outside of this show and like Fox Maybe newsmax and OAN two That's it You want to hear it anywhere else Because it doesn't contribute to the ongoing fear campaign Here check this out Listen to her own words I don't total of 19 of these cases including the first four 14 or foreign nationals and we only had 5 who are local local residents and citizens So far what we are seeing from most of the context of these first 19 cases most of them have tested negative And we are continuing to follow them up during their quarantine period to say on completion of quarantine have they actually incubated the virus But so far all the contacts have tested negative and most of the cases themselves really nobody had any symptoms One or two people might have had a few mild flu like symptoms but resolved in one or two days At the rest really nobody has been

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"botswana" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"botswana" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Now will cases get more severe Maybe they were younger folks and they were healthier That's possible See but unlike the left I'm willing to entertain that Could these cases be more severe if older people get it Yeah that's possible Because on this show we do facts but I am never going to lead you down this fear porn campaign path that it inevitably leads off a cliff and engage in this conspiracy theory nonsense from the left Can we just take a step back Everybody calm the hell down on the left and listen to people with experience with this thing The cases have been relatively mild Some of them symptom free Some of them had symptoms Some of them add some flu like symptoms Can we just calm down I'm not doing it I promise you you listen to this show every day you'll be grounded in facts and reality and you will never be one of those liberals when they ask liberals and polls Hey how many people are dying a coronavirus How many people are hospitalized Liberals in massive numbers get the question wrong Why Because they don't listen to this show and they don't hear the Botswana health minister saying hey the cases are kind of mild right now We haven't seen a lot of severe stuff All they hear are people like joy Reid And the Washington state governor inslee to panic merchants on the left I'll play some of that coming up after the break and Mike kapel just texted me Thanks Mike He's a good friend of mine Mike said Jim no surprise Biden eventually copied to say this I mean he is a serial plagiarist which is a good point That's a good point by very good He just waited He just waited till the end he was like damn serial plagiarism or do I give the Santa's credit to somebody that serial plagiarism and finally serial plagiarism went out yet I'm there by genome more than the other side of the break We'll.

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South African scientists detect new virus variant amid spike

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

South African scientists detect new virus variant amid spike

"A warning out of South Africa they were observing L. what looked like a new value south Africa's health minister Joseph follow says the new corona virus variant is worrisome because of its high number of mutations and rapid spread among young people and the country's most populous province you can be rest assured as people start to move even more over the next few weeks this will be all over Paulus says there has been an exponential rise in infections in South Africa in the past four or five days possibly being driven by the new variant they're working now to determine the percentage of the new cases that have been caused by it the variant is also been found in travelers from South Africa to Botswana and Hong Kong I'm timid wire

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"botswana" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"botswana" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Yes. And the most important thing you'll be free. And so it's a question. That's the question. And I encourage everyone, you'll be a happier person if you're the same person in public that you are in private. Dennis? Yes. I should have announced at the outset. Rather than right now, I can't stay the entire time. And the good news is you have these two great guys. And I want to say something about them. And the reason, by the way, is only there was an assumption that there was a ten o'clock flight back to LA, which in the good old days did exist. But it turns out that there isn't. So we meant well and I will be back, I promise, but I just want to say something, I want to very much comment on what you were just talking about about you will be happier. And that will be great thing for me to end my own participation. I want to say something about these two guys. I think that the world is divided between you could say the world is divided between and then you could have a hundred different those who drive slowly in the left lane and those who do not. I mean, that's just one example. Between the happy and the unhappy between the moody and the non moody. So I have another division that because I have always been very introspective. There were those who want to be stars and there's those who want to be on an all star team. I much prefer being on an all star team than being a star. That's just my nature. I'm not taking credit for it. And that's how I feel with these two of these two guys. And I'm sort of making up for Charlie, who left Minnesota when we were together one night. He had to make a flight to Botswana..

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"botswana" Discussed on AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"botswana" Discussed on AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

"Time and money and used all this resources to go and build your machine. Learning model is the organization actually going to use this and invest and change and really use this as the way forward if they're not then don't build it because you can build the best machine learning model out there and if it's not going to be adopted then you've just wasted a lot of time. Resources everything on that. And then the third question in this business. Feasibility area is is there sufficient. Roi or impact. And it's the word sufficient is really important here because there can be roi but you know and maybe it's just a small amount of roi but if it's not enough to justify all the time and resources that you're going to be investing into this then maybe it's not the best solution to forward. Maybe the solution that you have now is better. Maybe you can go with a non cognitive approach so make sure that the roi actually is going to be sufficient enough that you can justify everything that's going to be put into the project. Yeah and You know you're gonna walmart example fig. If warmer was putting in the body was a cool thing to do manifestos walmart. I'd be doing it to win out. You know he got resources. Maybe this is just sort of moonshot thing you're trying to do but if they're kind of wondering if this thing was going to be more than just a proof of concept which we will by the way. Get into into a future podcast. We'll talk about the danger of doing proof of concept and if we want to call the walmart botswana call walmart out of this. It's just is very notable example. Was there a clear problem definition. I'm entirely sure was the organization willing to invest assuming that the bots actually worked. I'm not entirely sure about that either. And was there even a sufficient. Roi impact. i don't know and so you can kind of evaluate that situation. We have the same sort of things to think about on the data side so we have sort of three data specific questions. I need to ask one. Do we have the data that measures what we care about. Basically we even have the data. We need to make the model if not well. Guess what we're going to get it somewhere Then the segment is sufficient quantity of data needed to train the system and do have access. So if i don't have access to that data i don't even have enough of it I'm gonna start hitting some limitations than finally issues of course data quality which is due up to the right quality. So you might start this project realize oh man. They don't have accesses data it's all about quality. Guess what maybe you could still do the project but you know what..

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"botswana" Discussed on Accidental Gods

Accidental Gods

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"botswana" Discussed on Accidental Gods

"Dozens of elephants are coming to the route and daza says we can't go this way. You can't become a mother and and her taff is very dangerous. Said they know we're here so we choice and we'll just go very very slowing jersey literally wind up along the river and may about your heads and slap leaders at be about and that was the first visit. I have had a try to remember. How many but let's say eight different experiences that are so narrative -ly precise over about twenty years going back again. I we only went to joe. Bake couldn't imagine it happening anywhere. Then we've had these experience in namibia in southern botswana in tula tula And south africa. I have to be able to tell the story to animal scientists. We actually have the experiences where they changed the rules in botswana and we had to go with a guide and we had to go with one of their goats and so we had to be able to enter into experiences that a trained guide would also recognize. And that's pretty scary because that guide probably had.

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"botswana" Discussed on Wild Yoga Tribe

Wild Yoga Tribe

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"botswana" Discussed on Wild Yoga Tribe

"On language essence. That's wonderful so many great offerings. And i wanted to let my listeners. Our listeners know that bonilla's links be here in the show notes. So just scroll down. You'll find those links as well as on my website. While yoga tribe dot com. So make sure you click on those so thank you so much bonello for joining me today. It is just been a true joy to be with you. Thank you so much she. I'm really humbled by the should need to shed. This lovely purchased analysts. So much with you and finis. I hope that people collaborate in fuchsia omi to. I'm sure we will So thank you again for being with me. Thank you so much for tuning into my conversation today. With bonello pelaez from botswana. I hope you found this conversation to be surprising. I loved how she described. Yoga is being fairy godmother. And i loved how she explained her yoga practice feeling like a son just a son. Exploding from or or just flowing out from her heart during her practice nourishing and loving and caring and strengthening. I just think she was so eloquent. So i was so grateful to learn more about botswana more about her yoga studio yoga and all their wonderful offerings. So i hope you tune in to the next episode of the wild yoga tribe podcast and that you connect with yoga online. Thank you so much for being here. Be well Thank you for being on this journey with me. It has been a privilege to be with you. I know that your time is precious. And i am both humbled and honored that you chose to spend your time with me here on the wild yoga tribe. Podcast as you're on your own. Inner journey remember that you are not alone. There are so many of us on this path to awakening this path of self discovery and expansion. And we are right here alongside you remember to hit subscribe so that you never miss an episode and if you feel called please share this episode with someone that you think could benefit from it. Leaving a review would also be so appreciated. If you're on social media. I am there to at the wild yoga tribe. You can tap into all the amazing resources on my website. The wild tribe dot com and you can meditate with me on insight timer and get your flow on with me on my youtube channel where i have recorded free yoga classes. If you'd like to schedule a private yoga or meditation class with me or a coaching session. You can find the link to do so to book in the show notes or on my website again. The while the tribe dot com. Thank you once again. Dear listener for being with me may your debut light and bright. May you be peaceful and happy and lead on the right path. Free of suffering and free of sorrow be. Well dear one be well.

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"botswana" Discussed on Wild Yoga Tribe

Wild Yoga Tribe

08:02 min | 1 year ago

"botswana" Discussed on Wild Yoga Tribe

"Existed before you set it breath. Way breath oregon. Promise it's so powerful How it can affect our moods the first thing that when you start to get stressed first thing they say is take a deep breath. you know. we're breathing so important to the state of our being I'm really grateful that you prioritize that in all your classes as well so Bonilla what what. How would you define yoga. I know that it's such a huge giant term. But i like to ask every guest if i can remember to to ask the question. How do you define yoga. I feel you use a fairly godmother in the thins that it. I feel like it's it's it's a lot of ins it's it's chiming it's wins the call enslaving. It's supportive but it also lets just explo explores still feels supported newton venture but she knew that the toll. It'll hold you utah until support you you. It'll show you little cameras that you didn't even know existed instead. I think naked society good martha that is delightful. Wonderful response on yukon me so off guard. That was such just the prize. I love that danilo. Are you open at all collaborating with other yoga teachers internationally. Or regionally and definitely. I would love to collaborate with local teaches i would love to collaborate with regional teaches. Alabi love to collaborate internationally with local yoga teachers. I feel like we could really go the extra mile or we could go the distance if you could just come together in a way. I'm still trying to figure out the best. Which do that. But i feel like is local. You teach us if he team together with really really it'll benefit all of us and then intensive regionally you in africa as well. It's not as large as mainstream as it is in the west. He's not Experience because like i said focal you to do is for you to go online instead. Full for yoga studios in new teachers. But hardly would you add really Meaning that she will find online. So i don't know if it's a matter of digitally present. But what they is that one. Not as many as we should be example. I stayed in tanzania full internal eighteen. And i really struggled to find a use studio. You can class in jerusalem and it's quite a large city is so i guess sega's that tells me that what they but maybe not as many as we could potentially be. So that's way at fifty liked to have collaborations across africa or across the region. And then i would definitely also love to collaborate with other international uber teaches because i feel like we benefits when we what to get out we each bring different unique element to the table and that will on expand and all grew in explanation weeks absolutely about. That's why we're here today. Matt why we're doing what we're doing. That's why it was excited to do this with eunice. lyle. I'm so grateful or the time we've gotten together and just getting to know you better. I love your story. And i'm so grateful that you created a yoga and that you're serving your community and your helping train other teachers and giving other teachers opportunities advocating for yoga and botswana and i'm glad you're interested to about kind of drawing together the yoga teachers in africa. Because as you said It can be for me hard to to find yoga teachers to interview In certain countries in africa is there any You know lion's yet. I know there's yoga. Of course the main one. But is there a yoga alliance for africa or anything created a structure so even funny enough. You should mention you guidelines. I also says when i was Said to fame. Qb alliance attracts you. Find that yuga tisches. But i think it will on those when asked to us on the platform on a two of us who radio three at most who originated when actually yugoslav africa has cited a community of the teaches and i reached in to them may be part of that and the allowed me to be a part of that but in essence more just a assad. African bees is more facade of I'm here Shoved from a lawsuit disappeared in this. So bonilla i would love for you to share with our listeners. How they can get in touch with you like your website or social media as well as any offerings that you're currently have that our listeners could tap into so currently we have a yoga retreat coming up next month from the twenty first to the fourth of october. It's in gus any. It's in the northern part of will donna way we intersect zimbabwean zimbabwe and zambia. Who is like at the very corner of the four countries. it's a beautiful place is green. these a lot of wildlife. It's investment Driving interacting with wild animals. Especially so if anybody is interested in fact she can visit our website. You'll yoga dot com and lend more about that and nick stable have more retreats hopefully not just But in the recent as well that'll be the wet said piece lookout had vats and then intense off offense while currently full meaningful youtube so will be dropping. We haven't done this in house. The will be drinking more videos on obt basis on youtube channel. So please be on the ads. The name for our ad. Youtube channel is your space yoga. So please check it out as swell and subscribed would really appreciate your support and then you can also check us out on our social media pages while unfaithful on instagram and while on twitter but one hundred eight from cheetahs on facebook and instagram. At you'll yoga. Both of them. Agassi hendel supe- check them out and subscribe type channel. Would schutte appreciate your support other than that. We also offer yuga classes weekly classes in pessene in couple knee. 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"botswana" Discussed on Wild Yoga Tribe

Wild Yoga Tribe

07:16 min | 1 year ago

"botswana" Discussed on Wild Yoga Tribe

"It's such an unexplainable feeling how you feel. It's it's undescribable to be honest and in that regard it makes me like this is something that i really want to share with people. This is making full good. I really want to help other people feel good as well. I always hear often. Maybe at work all my friends would be complaining about middle. You know pain in the bag on my neck does says he'll sue heavy at subsides them have you tried. You got because they believe that these different yugoslavia's different needs and if only people would just give it a go or give it a chance they would get to really experience. The beauty in the chai hilda. I love how you describe that sun in your chest that like explosion of just warmth and nourishment. And i think i loved that. That was beautiful. So what do you think is your specialty in yoga Or on the the teaching of yoga. And why so. When i first started teaching iowa's more on the high paced range of teaching. Because i think when we knew you kinda feel under pressure to perform a formative yoga bags. The more i purchase the more i really took a step back to really Be present in may teaching to really take it slow and i realize now that actually love teaching picky as more than a love teaching intimated in abundance petitioners. I find that. I really love walking the genie with someone who's just starting out at the beginning because also what i find is that sometimes intimidated intimately because they they may have been a have not necessarily walked the path of walk the j. need to actually get prepared landman or to just you be grounded in their practice but way news when you t someone at the beginning of that uber jenny you i feel like i have the responsibility. The should need t- to give them this. Sorta stocks to their yoga practice. A soda stat. That is supported where they feel supported way. They feel taken off way. They feel supported legacy said in that we it allows them to really dive. Depaw marinade ovalles at the practice in really rip the benefits of their of the practice as opposed to if you just arrest them or if you had to just walk with intimidates who mostly always want that high piece of. I know what you mean. I love and teaching beginners so much. And it's those for mies students who had never tried yoga before and it to being the person that gets to introduce them to yoga and show them what yoga can be offering give. It just feels like such an honor like such a gift that they're trusting me to be the person to introduce it to them exit and and i think also the the reason why i may have gravitated more towards levin. Teaching begins is again. Because like i said the you got seen in vagina is really in its infancy so the majority of people that walk contest studios begin as people who've never picked to do before so in that we really had to put the brakes and go back to the exists. So that's way that's way. I really feel like that's why i feel like i'm called to do start with them. Support them walk with them through this beautiful jamie off. you'll be discovered. Yes i agree. I love that and in you said when people are coming through the doors for the first time at yoga for their first class. What do you think they're they're looking for are they looking for You know some emotional support. Are they looking to heal back pain. Like what do you find that your students are looking for a two sons at the fest kind is the ones that are looking for headstones. I think every studio has people who just come in looking to head stand and then however the majority of our plans. I think will also been deliberate in that we so the majority of clients come to us looking to heal that everyday eighth in paints largely because the way ry we setup up online instead we focused on the form asia problems which is for women which has back pain which is So we focused on helping them manage pain. We help them manage stress and zaia t as well as insomniac. So these are the fourth stint people come to us complaining about and in overtime it to send time message around those for discomfort. All four yeoman's four. That's wonderful that you're helping people kind of target those forming groups so the stress anxiety insomnia and back pain. I know that that is probably the most common complaints for sure of the average person just with how we live our lives at computers and desks and screens and so sedentary i think people have a lot of aches and pains but a lot of stress anxiety from work and then of course that goes into our sleep. I kind of putting the lifestyle. I'd say he. I think it's more or less thing more than anything that the beauty about that within just maybe two weeks consistent pricks practices that to convict the awhile and sleeping better now and will also very intentional about breath work in the practice in uber classes. So i love. Earth would so match so each in every class for us begin with some type of breath wake. And you'd find that that fest ten minutes when you were done with the breath made in uh them holiday feel these days looking back faces who i think moves me especially the west wing you wondering what just happened You feel this lions within yourself that you didn't even knew.

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"botswana" Discussed on Wild Yoga Tribe

Wild Yoga Tribe

08:04 min | 1 year ago

"botswana" Discussed on Wild Yoga Tribe

"Older people going. Can you paint us a little bit of a picture. So you'll end will really is not as mainstream as it is in the west. All in south africa. I think advocates coming up quite nicely. Done is more at the beginning of starting to heavy yoga community so off the yoga. Partic- that dime in gyms and even then it's not as a vailable as one would like to see for example is struggled to assume Yuga in antunez eighteen. But in between the time i went for you ship streaming and the time is that i really struggled to find consistently gutu especially during the week so i did mostly saturday morning yoga class mid week. I would then go on youtube and practice on youtube but to answer your question. We as seeing a lot of most studios coming all solo teachers to be precise because one not seeing a lot of students. We have quite a handful of studios. But let's seeing a lot of more solo yoga teachers coming up. And it's nice to see because lessening are lot more people getting interested in university can only be created. I would hope that at some point in the near you shall be more intentional and deliberate about building a a ubiquity wonderful so they're definitely very lucky to have yoga that and so pinola two for just like a minute here. Can we pretend that somebody or listen. Our one of our listeners has never heard of botswana. Just doesn't know very much. Could you describe a little bit about your country for us. That's one of my favorite topics. 'cause they think lotta people Travel at. I love to travel. And i i did make detaining. Thailand fits on. When i realized that a lot of people beat do not know what is country. Don't even know what's at all. I realized that. I read a thought. Latin went to could he be and i realized that we essentially part of africa with Right well for the most part would see so unlike at that african countries where you always hear about relief. Negative stories was under hockey megan. They used because in is is an solid as in south africa. One next to south africa we A population of about two three million. We have free education from pre primary school up to university. We have free health k. We quite initially have News we have We will really lack of tourism Luxury tourism we have the The majority of our tourism Is based in the third part of the country. Way we have the most pristine places some of the most Cases in the world people come to our not full electric tourism. The comfortable he's in chunk quality. We have beautiful blue skies. We had beautiful. What's what dis it's like the most deficiencies in the wall. So what. I what i have found is that why are we appeal to hire end. Tourists were really lacking in. Thames are appealing to middleman Middle mega-tourist end badgered Ist which is why at your new government Yoga retreats targeting. The middle michael shannon to say that you can come to on offense at reasonable cost. We allegedly hasn't been available. Because like i said more on the luxury tourism sarah finance. So was that a beautiful country to said. It's not we onis montana only the lavancy that you go to harris professionalism You good to las vegas for fan. Bet you come to need to sleep. Ooh the hats unique Why would you come to sleep because whether there was very small population. Guess pollution of cheapen three million. While i think a lot science the the side of the country is gis friends. I believe but we have quite small condition. And in addition to that we have very strict rules around Around alcohol and entertainment so we we had a lot of The rules and regulations around entertainment. So you could find. That clubs would truce very elite. Which is why we often lavancy that. If you to go have found gruesome way but if you wanna come in sleep just tompkins because by telephone plug this pizza literally mt cupola. Who doesn't sound too bad to me at all. I'm an early bird. I like to be the better so you have to come here. This leave he. You would love it. Oh that sounds so beautiful. And the landscape as he said the beautiful bodies of water Do you have a lot of wildlife as well mountains hiking we have. We have a lot of wildlife. we issued Number and elephants in the in the in the world because we're really big on conservation and we have alleged amount of wild animals. We have unfortunately we don't have mountains so you can go hiking but we have. We have the part of our country is clarita Kalahari desert and then we have the of adult. How which is nestled in the middle of the desert is like an oil susan in the in the middle of the does way the majority of our touristic tease happen. sounds beautiful So to get back to yoga but I would love to know. How do you feel after you spend time on your yoga mat and Because of how you feel how do you think that impacts the space that you create for your students. I've never left smae. Yoga mat feeling an joyful a So you makes me feel open in a way that i can't quite seem it makes me feel. Joy is in a win a concrete. It's clean it also sets me in different ways for example that days way i gu. May you commit to just. Actually she lighter. And that's an leave. My yoga midfield left nourished and taken care off and then now days when google on may yoga mat. And i'd fiesta. All of one hour than meek ugo flew at come out sweating breathing. Heads and feely leg might just broke open in the so much sun interim matches so Breaking into my hats. It's it's such a.

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"botswana" Discussed on Wild Yoga Tribe

Wild Yoga Tribe

08:06 min | 1 year ago

"botswana" Discussed on Wild Yoga Tribe

"I'm your host lily allen dwayne together we'll talk about the world of yoga and we'll talk to people from around the world join us for authentic conversations about the global yoga ecosystem and will cover yoga philosophies and methodologies along the way inhale act sale about to die welcome welcome. Welcome to this episode of the wild yogi tribe podcast. Today i am so excited to welcome onto the show bonello balas. She is from botswana. She's a yoga teacher and a yoga studio owner and she owns yonne yoga. It's a yoga studio. Based in gaborone ed bouchette sauna and the studio offers yoga retreats in southern africa and yoga classes both in person and online they have a great youtube presence definitely recommend checking out their free classes on youtube as well so but knows first encounter with yoga wasn't really enthusiastic actually and it's a story that i'd love for her to tell herself so. Thank you so much bonello for joining me on the show today. Hello everyone thank you so much for having me to grateful for the humidity and may introduction to yoga. Like you mentioned was wasn't very enthusiastic. I had seen people go into the team that i went to was very high. Activity was very intense. I did all sorts of high intensity exercises at the gym. And i kind of didn't understand what you was. I would see this beautiful. Lean women in colorful clothes and colorful yoga mats coming into the studio very chilled out very thin and that kind of judge them. I wondered. what's what's that about. How do you come all the way to jim to just lie down you because i imagine that was about. I didn't know exactly what it was that i would often sometimes see them. Lying on the mets. I thought really now and then in eighteen i was pregnant and i headed I had a high risk pregnancy so mad up task. Stop me from all high intensity exercise end. He will actually the sheet. She suggested that. I do do guy walking assuming all all three of them i did the did working send me but then i wasn't getting i was used to high energy so i was just give this yoga thing ago. You never know so. I went to my face. Yoga class hours about seven months pregnant. Think about guilty nine weeks. Not sean scientist yoga class. It was interesting was really interesting in that. It was like the longest one hour off mitrena in life on the one hand but it was also sort of exhilarating anada hand and it really spiked interest in me as well i. I realized that it was. I was really saw. I realize that really thought. In a way that i hadn't anticipated yuga would would would do a would affec- so it really did spec It intrigued me to see list. Yeah i think that that's how so many people kind of get that first introduction to yoga's at the gym when they see other people just showing up with their maths as you said and then they look in the room and they see them just sitting on the ground touching their toes sitting on the ground moving around and i can see how it's a it's not what it appears and a lot of the yoga students. I have you've never tried it before and it's first class afterwards. They'll say wow that so much harder than it looks. I think that carries true. Don't you exemption it is. It's often one now for me as a ugo teasha. I often when people say to me that it doesn't even look like next salaries encourage them to come to class. Just you know to experience that end. I always eleven when become physician in be legs euro that was intense because i think people will continue a class expecting to us. Maybe chill-out i guess. Then they realized that it really does require a lot of physical presence of physical activity and more than just. A physical element also requires a lot of presence. It requires a lot of availability or emotional availability and it's that in itself initially be more intense than the physical practice itself. That's such a great point that it does invite in call for this presence. And i think also it calls for us to be comfortable being uncomfortable. You know you have to breathe into those positions where you feel something like you're touching your edge and it's kind of that how who you know sensation you just have to stay there for five breaths eight bras. Whatever the countess. And i think. That's a huge challenge of mental challenge. As well for our students it is. It is a big mental challenge. A lot of people. H me say that you Painful but i often always get the sense that the pain is unnecessary. Lou from a physical standpoint is more from an emotional standpoint and like you say the beauty about yoga. Is that when we initially anti booze. Sometimes the this. That comfort. And i loved it. It allows if you stick with conflict it would realize you would imagine out that pose heading heading experienced discomfort in the nobody opening up and then getting to the joy of the pros itself. I think in a we. It's a bit like life. If you come across huddles if you leave before actually immense in yourself in your huddles at malaysian You want ever get to experience the joy that comes after is a gateway to joy and as you practice as you continue. There's more and more enjoying it. I think that that's going can be a barrier for beginners as well just thinking. Oh is it always. I'm not flexible. Always be inflexible. And then people get in such a hurry to. They're like how many classes are. How many days until. I can do a handstand you know. There's that urgency to. I think we live in a society that we love instant gratification. We wanted now. He had now so and again. I think jim yoga also says the tune for and the more athletic type of yoga. You know where people can. I expect that it'll be high intensity. Be extremely fast. You'd eventually get to If you do whatever back for me also did go through. That face. Metlife where i was like cheese imposes chasing get into the next level absence. You took a step. Just jenky move along Stay with the discomfort immense mess in the janey because at the beauty of Need so love to ask you bonello. About yoga and botswana Is it usually kind of most common gems or is there. A lot of yoga studios is a ton of young people going.

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"botswana" Discussed on The Glossy Podcast

The Glossy Podcast

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"botswana" Discussed on The Glossy Podcast

"Yet they can get little discounts here in that they get access to events. Those pucks in and around the restaurant at that has always historically been on mainstream lever that because we don't really do sales much. We have three sales pierre Maybe before but the restaurant giving away a coffee glossy resume or whatever it is with a purchase really easy for us and that that becomes this really useful tool in that toolkit and so Pucks plays into that a little bit But yeah for the brands. it's it's really sort of Speaking of that qualified audience. And really leveraging that loyalty in a in a very strategic and tactical way. Yeah tell me a little bit about more about the in store experience so it's about discovery. How often are will the shopper. Discover new products. How often is that product rotating There's a restaurant. There's the staff staffed by neighborhood goods that's telling the brand stories What else is our. Has that changed in the last two years about. What's i guess. The the new standard the experience remains the same but pre pandemic impost but when we will one store now three. I think we would have been more stores if it weren't for the pandemic but regardless like the coolest frost there remains the same. The original thesis was that we would call the space into quadrants essentially and we would assign people to those given areas to become a subject matter tracks botswana given brand that belonged in that area and that way for the first week the brands in the space. You have these people that would be in. a given. Area would be extremely knowledgeable in that particular area the stool than when we have downtime like monday afternoon or whatever it is they cross trained into different areas around the stool so within a couple of weeks where the point where a everyone is pretty knowledgeable in every brand in the space and sometimes pasta so you could be with someone. Shopping banks journal on one side of the room..

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"botswana" Discussed on The Comb

The Comb

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"botswana" Discussed on The Comb

"The comb. The code hello and welcome to the comb and bbc world. Service original podcast. I'm kim check. Annetta is all about stories that matter to you. If there's a story that you'd like me to look into then email me at the comb at bbc dot com. Episode is the second half of a two part episode focusing on infertility. And if you haven't heard part one out suggest starting there in the last episode soda heard from howard dean it in botswana about her struggle to conceive and feelings of stress in isolation but what became clear to me is putting those episodes together is how absent male.

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"botswana" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"botswana" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Why they're doing the study. 8 16 major. He's got to look at what what's trending what you got for me? This massive things certainly won't fit on anyone's finger. A giant diamond weighing nearly up half a pound could be the third largest gem quality stone ever found in the world and found two weeks ago in Southern Africa comes in at nearly 1100 carats. Check out what this thing looks like, and what's going to happen to it? Now it's on the front page of w i o d dot com Wow. Bigger bloom minutes. I had an uncle who who? Who, Uh, there was a strike The South African diamond mines August sixties, I guess. And he was the one who was trying to get the two sides together. He was the labor expert and, uh, He was the mediator. Between the two sides. It got bloody apparently. Okay, well, all right there coming up at 8 21 here on the program. We got lots more to talk about today and still got some time for you. At the 8 21. Are we good consumer news segment with Bob Sullivan. Uh and boil boy. He always has some really great things, including today. Uh, he talks about tuning turning off through surveillance gadgets before sitting down to dinner. Uh, that's straight ahead. Here on Israel's 16. W I. O D. We've become so much more than a fixed frequency from radio tower were available on multiple platforms, and it's as easy as following us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Just click on the links. At W i o d com It's man. If you're one of those people who can no longer ignore the headlines, shootings all around South Florida taking place in neighborhoods that aren't used to crimes and you're ready to take your family safety and security into your own hands. You need to know about Nexus.

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Congress Passes Bill to Make Juneteenth a Federal Holiday

BBC World Service

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

Congress Passes Bill to Make Juneteenth a Federal Holiday

"Juneteenth the day that marks the end of slavery in the nation, a federal holiday. It's celebrated on the 19th of June, when the last enslaved black people in Texas learned they have been freed. The bill now heads to President Biden for his signature. Thank you. Neil. Miners in Botswana

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Podcasts Receive Premieres at 2021 Tribeca Festival

podnews

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

Podcasts Receive Premieres at 2021 Tribeca Festival

"Guardians. If the river is to be premiered at the twenty twenty one tribeca festival podcast from house of pants is a series about whether it's possible to protect some of the most remote and wild places on the planet like this. The okavango delta in botswana africa

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"botswana" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"botswana" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"It is a spot going update him because you don't want to open that happen in crisis on you. That happened to me one time and a bum a ride and ended up. I don't know when Botswana or something like that, but but make sure you actually Avon was. Can't remember. There was a dirt road somewhere, but Make sure you update your abs first and just be ready. Know what time you want to leave? Because, man, I mean, there's gonna be surge prices tonight. That means they're gonna up the ante. And like I'm talking from seven o'clock up until, like 11, because nobody is leaving from 11 to midnight. They're all watching, you know, drunk to CNN, people on dropping the ball and talk to ride secrets and everything. I mean, what's the matter? Even if they do, Jack up the rates tonight, I promise you That's cheaper than bail and all the crap that goes into a d u I absolutely first time do you Why you lose your license? 480 days, it turns your life upside down. And when I was 23, I got no w y all right, and I could remember which tire and blue How far I drove on my room and how many counts were there to pick me up and I'm telling you, my life was turned upside down, And that is secondary to the fact that could have killed somebody right every time. Somebody's son, somebody's daughter. Somebody's mother or father is out there on the roads tonight. And you have to really think about other people. Yeah, I ran into a string of mailboxes who knows what it could have been, But that's what I'm saying. I mean, absolutely turns your life upside down, So pay the money. Use urine to go otherwise, if you lose your license 490 days, you'll be taking the red line. And what's that? Nobody wants that. Nobody wants that. Nobody. Um, some things you need to know about other than just into gold and put all this out. And w Why? Bc trafficking man Traffic and you check it out with the indigo rates, you know the triple A tipsy tow. They're not going to be doing that this year because of covert, you know, with covert rules, covert rules apply, and that's another thing to remember. Get your mask. Remember to bring your mask wherever you're going. Otherwise, they will not let you inside the uber and they will not let you inside the lift. Make sure you repaired like I'm saying, man, just think ahead, have have a cab in your phone. Go and put the number of now. Google your favorite cab company. Find a new cab company. Put that number in your phone. So it's like, the more the merrier. The more Happens. You have uber left cab company designated driver. Whatever it is you want all that tonight, right? Nobody wants that. No, But listen, if that's like your only.

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"botswana" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"botswana" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Amazingly beautiful natural diamonds in unique settings on also, it gives us a really terrific opportunity. We're very proud to highlight Botswana and the wonderful work that is being done there. And these terrific stones that come from this beautiful place. Well, tell us about these sustainable diamonds. That's what they are specifically. Sean tell us about them and the distinction between other diamonds to protect potentially sold in the marketplace. Well, so so Stephen can in time in here as well. He's really the diamond mining expert. But these particular stones all come from Botswana. They're ethically sourced. And they are they conform to the highest standards of sustainable production and all that through the supply chain. From the Earth to, uh to the settings and then to our consumers hands and it's really a a terrific story about a wonderful partnership. Between The Vulcan, Botswana and the entire sub two beers, in fact, the entire supply chain all way through to retailers like Blue Nile. Well, Steven come on in chime in here because I do think sustainability. This is certainly something I have had a lot of conversations, whether it's the head of the company that owns a Kia or Some of the major consumer product companies Patagonia like we're talking increasingly about sustainability, circularity consumers increasingly are demanding this I think it's I think it is very much going to be a big part of the entire luxury goods industries feature. I mean, this concept of you know, active areas we call social purpose in the states. It's so I think fundamental part of consumers selection process when they think about products.

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"botswana" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"botswana" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Jewelers joined us from London. Long was showing tell CEO Blue Nile who was in Seattle, But like many of our guests, we began with how their worlds were impacted by Cove in similarly, Torto Stevens. Experienced Brunel had a pretty remarkable year. I'm I'm only Gary pullin out for about a year and a half, So I'm I picked it particularly interesting time. I think. Toe. Enter the Hillary industry s O. It's been. It's been crazy, frankly, but we've had a We've got a really good second half of the year. The beginning of the year was pretty challenging. I think, as it was for most folks, both Business and all of our employees around the country with employees in in Europe and China as well. So is pretty pretty scary, frankly, but the last several months have been Very strong for our business we've seen A number of a number of consumers shift from bricks and mortar purchases to online and that's very good for our business, and we've been able to Uh, expand our assortment. And I think provide great jewelry and diamonds to consumers looking for something special. In these remarkable times. Consumers have definitely pivoted. And if you weren't going digital, you are probably increasingly at this point. I know all of our shopping for the holiday season is completely online. It often is, but it's even more so this year. So Steven tell me about this 10 10 program. That you guys are doing together? Well, I'll tell you when way back up now sort of six months ago, and when we're in the really middle of the lockdown, and and there was one point in time, where most of the stores store resource in the world were closed, the mines were closed. Indian cutting centers were closed all because of covert, but we knew we would come out of it, so we began to think at that time. Well, What can we do for the people that are particularly dependent on diamonds on also, those likely to have a harder time with standing? You know, the lockdown. Big companies like two beers, You know we could weaken come through these things. But when you think about smaller jewelry designers, and when you think about a country like Botswana It really is largely dependent upon Don, you know Botswana's many ways the success story of Africa in terms of its economic development, but built on the use of diamond revenues, and so at the beers, we were thinking it When we do come out of it. Who do we need to help? And I guess to that stood out for us was first, of course, Botswana, uh, our partner in our largest minds, and secondly, these independent designers who are clear they're gonna have a tough time and we thought that they had something that would be. I think of particular interest as well to consumers looking to get to get married after and committed after lockdown, but Wanting to do it in the way that was perhaps a bit more individual on do it more expressive. And so I want to pick up with you because these collaborations are being sold. On exclusively I should say with Blue Nile, and I think they're going for about 3 to 4000 Tell me what you're seeing so far in terms of they've started selling correct. Not yet. Not yet. They're gonna launch. Yeah, they're going to launch in January. Working for kicking off the protest. Okay, That's okay. We've got a lot of interest so far, I e can tell you not only from Folks. We've We've provided a sneak peek to through our email programs. But also I can tell you are our employees are pretty excited about them to this dissent in collections, the first of its kind. Partnership for Blue Nile. We we've been selling Diamond engagement rings online for.

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Ethiopia's conflict spills over border as thousands flee

The World

04:03 min | 2 years ago

Ethiopia's conflict spills over border as thousands flee

"This week, he sent federal troops into a province of his own country. Hundreds are reported dead in the northern region of Tigre and refugees air spilling over the border into Sudan. So what explains the shift from peace to conflict? Michelle Gavin is a former ambassador and senior fellow for African studies at the Council on Foreign Relations. Ambassador Gavin We're talking about the Ethiopian province of Tigre, where the violence is happening. It's squeezed into the northwest corner of Ethiopia. Figure it straddles the border of Eritrea to its north. What is so important about Tigre relative to the rest of Ethiopia? Well for many years, the Tigre and People's Liberation Front that sort of dominant political and military entity in Tigre was really first among equals in the ruling coalition for all of Ethiopia so to Graham's played an incredibly prominent role in Ethiopian governance, politics, security But with the rise of the new Prime Minister Ahmed There's been a bit of a re balancing in Ethiopia. And this is kind of opened up contest station from ethnicities across this incredibly diverse country. And there has been kind of widespread feeling that for too long, a small minority from Tigre had too much control of the federal government. So there's political tension between Tigre and Addis Ababa. Are there also historical grievances between two grand central government that we need to mention? I mean, is there a back story here? Tigre is now fighting at us. There's a lot of back story Ethiopian and certainly to Gran's were and incredibly, they weren't just dominant, politically and in the security services for many years, certainly under the leadership of Prime minister malice, But they also suffered most in the long and very costly in blood and treasure war with your tria. So there is there's also you know, a sense of probably grievance in that sense. Abby's come to power they feel targeted by new personnel choices by new policy choices. What maybe others in Ethiopia see as a re balancing the Tigre ins can often feel like persecution despite the tremendous sacrifices that they have made for the country. There are reports from Tigre oven. Ethiopian air campaign heavy bombardment at times. I mean, what's at stake here as far as you can tell ambassador Is it a possible civil war between two grands and Ethiopian troops? There is Tigre saying. We've had enough. We want independence. How should we interpret what's going on? We should absolutely be worried about a civil war, which I don't think would necessarily be contained just Teo, the Tigre region, giving all of the other tensions and actors. So what's at stake? You know the wellbeing of over 110 million Ethiopians. Regional stability. Conflict in Ethiopia has a very high chance of drawing in Eritrea. Sudan, tipping the balance of Sudan zone very fragile transition. Ethiopia's incredibly important actor in trying to bring stability to Somalia to South Sudan distracted and weekend. Ethiopia is really quite devastating, Tio this entire horn region which is strategically really significant, and there are a lot of actors external to Africa. In the Gulf, the Chinese and from the West, all of whom care deeply about stability in this region, so the prospect of drawing others in of proxy conflict it's really a powder keg, and the consequence will not be confined solely to what's happening inside Ethiopia's borders. Michelle Gavin, senior fellow for Africa Studies at the Council on Foreign Relations. She also served as ambassador to Botswana from 2011 to 14. Ambassador Gavin Thank you very much. Thank you.

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Washington DC Environmental Film Festival presents virtual fall showcase

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:48 sec | 2 years ago

Washington DC Environmental Film Festival presents virtual fall showcase

"Festival in the spring, and this week it presents a virtual fall showcase from November 12 to the 18th the fall showcase. Really, It's a way to support the films that we weren't able to back in the spring. Programming director Brad for Order is excited to show Okavango River of Dreams. It's a put it look at the Great River, The Okavango in Botswana. The river really is the main character. It's beautifully shot, really showing kind of what's at stake. Ik in terms of conservation there in Botswana and the feature documentary Flint. It's narrated produced by Alec Baldwin, the director's Anthony Baxter. And he spent about four years on the ground in Flint, Michigan, following following citizens citizens activists activists who who are are fighting fighting the the environmental environmental injustice injustice issues issues that that follow follow the the water water crisis crisis there, there, Jason Jason fairly fairly W W th th a a Penis. Penis. The The Collins Collins dictionary dictionary has

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Cows With Eye Images Keep Predators in Arrears

60-Second Science

02:49 min | 2 years ago

Cows With Eye Images Keep Predators in Arrears

"In Botswana farmers grades there tattle at the edge of the OKAVANGO Delta. The region is teeming with wildlife including hungry predators with a taste for beef lions and leopards in particular. Ambush. Predators, they often rely on the element of surprise to creep up and take down that Prank University of New South Wales Conservation Biologist Neil Jordan life losses can be crippling to some of these farmers and the subsequent retaliatory killing of predators in response to that is a major cause of population decline in large carnival. But what if there were a simple thing farmers could do to cut their losses the idea came about. Of Painting is on the backside of cows to trick lions and leopards into thinking being seen by that would be pray and once seen like often abandon the hunt. This visionary solution was inspired by nature. A variety of species have evolved I. Spot Markings, thwart deadly adversaries. Some frog barriers feature is spots as do the back ends of some fish Jordon's colleague, Cameron Radford probably, the most famous example is on butterflies moths have. Their wings and as to practices such as birds from attacking them. Even humans are susceptible to ice pots. One study found that people are less likely to steal bikes when an image of watchful eyes is displayed nearby cracks. But despite their usefulness Predator foiling ice butts don't occur naturally in mammals to make up for this egregious evolutionary oversight, the scientists slash cow, but artists dot to work I can guarantee the cows didn't enjoy the experience didn't hurt them at all hurting those cows in the morning for the artificial treatments probably wasn't domestic citing thing for the over the four year experiment. The researchers found that not one of the hundreds of cows with ice spots on their Easter's. Killed by an ambush Predator but the study also showed that while less effective, simply painting crude cross marks on the cows deterred predators better than leaving them Oh nutshell. So perhaps, any kind of novel marking can startled in unsuspecting carnivore. Pharma's can potentially paint Nakata without official lost boats. All crosswalks that we recommend the sportscars that was the best result the Botswana Predator, Conservation Trust and the Teranga conservation. Society Australia Osso contributed to this research which appeared in the journal Communications Biology. Ultimately, a little artistic license could go a long way to safeguard both livestock herds and predators at risk of extinction looking at you kid.

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Botswana president in self-quarantine after visit to Namibia

All Of It

04:10 min | 2 years ago

Botswana president in self-quarantine after visit to Namibia

"Let's go over quickly to Botswana now and just it's one of its among the shrinking number of African countries whether it is been no confirmed case of covert nineteen so far the president of the advocacy C. using self isolation for a fourteen day period after he returned home from an official trip to neighboring Namibia the southern African country has spared no effort to prevent the spread of the disease of all learning institutions have been shut down across the country from today millions of school children must now remain at home gully into Connie is a journalist with the newspaper the reporter and a parent of school children good to have you on new year's day do me a lot good morning hello as you say in Botswana schools are closing today how's that affecting you he does I think about the very badly yeah I just home last month let me what to do I would like to hear and that and that has to do the other brother and they end up and that's the end of so we just hope when you see I don't know what to do what would you normally do what what was the arrangements you have in place this year which means we have to plan what to do not at because we didn't have any contingency plans but added that the if something like this okay what we do know what what to do it is true do you agree with the decision to close the schools yes a difficult decision any decision that'll help kid that they they they they they divide us away from the country's gritted route because we don't have it now and and and if any man any medical help would be what is it about how much of that you're able to work from home a lot of my colleagues are working from home yeah I can I can work from home no problem does that a game of the article is that universities use expensive at his side so even while what what and then I have my own yeah and and at media call like this M. C. G. one or create anything the biggest benefits and that and once yeah maybe it went to find out who had to switch off will internet plants at home and then they tell them don't have to use it a lot more that is the only equality either cool we use these even food and other and other things yeah the whole yeah let me just have a quick look if you don't if you don't mind please it was only all hello what's your name yes hi and what are you happy to be staying at home and not going to school how do you feel about it bed because a call to verify details but because it didn't what has right but you're not writing those tests are you are you feeling bad about it yeah are you enjoying playing with your brothers and sisters at home yes I am very okay thank you very much let me speak to father Melvin hello do you know how long this will go on for and others are employers helping employees make sure that they don't lose out too much despite the challenges that have come with having the schools closed we don't know how long it would take definitely we don't know how long it would take and them I think yeah this is cool we have this look and compatriots and a bit each day if if it comes at a key bit and it will be the host and regulations that it pays a lot of other that they would not show I can see that when you're going at that yeah good to talk to thank you very much for your time and thank you to adults as well for speaking to us Gauliga Kanye a journalist and books wanna he walks to the

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All modern humans originated in northern Botswana, study says

BBC World Service

00:50 sec | 3 years ago

All modern humans originated in northern Botswana, study says

"A scientific study has suggested that all humans alive today originate from a region now in northern Botswana south of the Zambezi river the study published in the journal nature trace the human family tree using hundreds of samples of maternal DNA from living Africans from Sydney Phil Mercer reports scientists in Australia believe fei free rates in human history they say our ancestral homelands was near a giant lake in southern Africa researchers have traced an ancient family tree using samples of mitochondrial DNA which a polished from a mother to her child however other experts doubt that the human story can be reconstructed aids from this type of genetic analysis alone previous studies have suggested our origins lie in eastern Africa

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Botswana, calm for decades, faces surprising election fight

BBC World Service

00:45 sec | 3 years ago

Botswana, calm for decades, faces surprising election fight

"The people of Botswana go to the polls on Wednesday in a general election scene is the most closely fought since the country gained independence in nineteen sixty six more details from noms up miss echo the country's incumbent president it's a must see see has declared a long weekend starting on Wednesday to allow voters to travel to their respective constituencies to cost their balance the ruling was run a Democratic Party has governed the diamond rich southern African nation since its independence fifty three years ago and president must cece's facing the huge task of keeping his party on top but it won't be easy because of fears contest from the bulls won a patriotic front which counts former president Ian Hama among its members

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Prince Harry Continues Royal Tour in Botswana While Meghan Markle and Archie Stay in South Africa

5 Things

00:37 sec | 3 years ago

Prince Harry Continues Royal Tour in Botswana While Meghan Markle and Archie Stay in South Africa

"Harry Duchess Meghan Baby. AP Archie. We'll continue their tour of southern Africa on Thursday or to Harrison mountbatten-windsor attended his first royal engagement on Wednesday as the family met retired Archbishop Desmond Tutu in South Africa on Thursday. Harry and Meghan will have separate itineraries though with Harry off to Botswana and Meghan staying in Cape Town with Archie before heading to Johannesburg. She's set to start her day at a breakfast honoring South Africa's women and Harry's next stop after Botswana. We'll we'll spend Thursday night. At a new de-mining camp run owned by Halo Trust his stop there will honor his late mother Princess Diana's own work in the

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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Kick Off Africa Tour With a Dance

WBZ Morning News

00:41 sec | 3 years ago

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Kick Off Africa Tour With a Dance

"Its prince Harry a mega Markle's first official tore as a family A. B. C.'s Maggie Rowley says the royal couple kicked off their trip in Cape Town South Africa for ten days the Duke and Duchess of Sussex said new baby Archie who barely five months old is one of the youngest Royals to ever go on tour will travel to South Africa but hearing going on to Botswana Angola and Malawi the couple famously visited Botswana just weeks after meeting their love marked for ever and Megan's engagement ring with a diamond from the country Harry a magnum will give clothing books and other items to an Africa based charity the trains and employees women living with HIV S. community health

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 Harry and Meghan start 1st official tour as family in Africa

WBZ Morning News

00:41 sec | 3 years ago

Harry and Meghan start 1st official tour as family in Africa

"Its prince Harry America Markle's first official tore as a family A. B. C.'s Maggie Rowley says a royal couple kicked off their trip in Cape Town South Africa for ten days the Duke and Duchess of Sussex said new baby Archie. five months old is one of the youngest Royals to ever go on tour will travel to South Africa but hearing going on to Botswana Angola and Malawi the couple famously visited Botswana just weeks after meeting their love marked for ever and Megan's engagement ring with a diamond from the country Harry and Meghan will give closing books and other items to an African based charity that trains employees women living with I. H. I. V. as community

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Prince Harry and Meghan kick off first family tour of Africa

WBZ Morning News

00:29 sec | 3 years ago

Prince Harry and Meghan kick off first family tour of Africa

"Its prince Harry and Meghan Markle's first official tour as a family they be sees Maggie Rulli says the royal couple kicked off their trip in Cape Town South Africa for ten days the Duke and Duchess of Sussex said new baby Archie who barely five months old is one of the youngest Royals to ever go on tour will travel to South Africa but hearing going on to Botswana Angola and Malawi the couple famously visited Botswana just weeks after meeting their love marked for ever and Megan's engagement ring with a diamond from the

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Tourist Photos Help African Wildlife Census

60-Second Science

02:14 min | 3 years ago

Tourist Photos Help African Wildlife Census

"This is scientific American sixty seconds science. I'm Christopher Dodd Yata. Tracking wildlife is a tough job. Take the case of a one eared leopard named Pavarotti for this guy. A very very big beautiful mail and you had a very very deep deep roar and so the end after Roy Kassim Rafique a wildlife biologist at Liverpool John Moores University so you see the crack of dawn and I would find his tracks. You know it's always tracks and try and find him. One day I went out and I was looking for and it tracks to offer ordered through this like woodland area and before you knew it the wheel of his Land Rover was stuck in a warthog burrow. He wasted several. Several hours getting it out and then on the way back to camp he bumped into some local tour guides in their safari guests who'd had way better luck spotting Pavarotti and basically they laughed and they told me that morning Rafique then realized that tourist wildlife sightings might be. UNTAPPED source of information about wild animals so he and his team worked with a Safari Lodge in Botswana to analyze twenty five thousand tourists photographs of wildlife. They use those as sightings of lions spotted Hyenas Leopards Cheetahs and wild dogs. Dogs they then compared those data to the estimates they made with traditional wildlife biology tactics stuff like camera traps and track surveys and Colin stations where they play sounds of distrust animals in the middle of the night and see who pops by it turned turned out that the estimates from tourist photos were just as good as those gleaned from traditional methods and the tourists were actually the only ones to see elusive cheetahs. The researchers would have missed the cats without the citizen science data. The results are in the journal current biology.

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 Meghan Markle Redesigned Her Engagement Ring

The South Florida Morning Show

02:18 min | 3 years ago

Meghan Markle Redesigned Her Engagement Ring

"What happens meghan markle's revamped or engagement ring that harry painstakingly designed for her you know what kind of soon everybody loves this woman i didn't like that much less than a year she changed the ring it's a piece of history not fashion i like that she's causing chaos over there and that's why it's all about me meghan markle me markle's that's what it is gold thick band had a big diamond from botswana because they love africa and then to little diamonds from princess diana's collection so there's tons of history there she swapped the big old band with little pie diamond band and he gave her an attorney van for their one year anniversary but she actually debuted at when they showed archie the baby notice the new ring i did you did yes A new ring on. But we did you would your wife for change the ring, you gave her what she did but it was like after our twentieth. She twenty years. She all she really did was because I did actually designing ring I did so did carry. So it was like she just added to it around it. You know what I mean? That's not really changing change. That's making it better. Come on. i was a little taken back by that at the time i'm like that was the what is so is is is that a slap in the face to harry should have asked his permission is the timing of this in the history part of this in the face because that's really soon for her to be doing that and also Sorry, you can't mess with the family, jewels, literally. and this and that curse this weddings goes marriage going to be over two years i hope so That is a curse. who's gonna take over the queen yes she it's all about no doubt about it diamonds out of the queen's t._r. to put in a ring Middleton sitting back away. very soon they're getting ready for the other foam on the runway for that depp and getting rid of cherry charles isn't going to take over I'm going to skip them in the right to William. camila could never be queen they would lose their minds over there if that happened they would they accepted horse faces Yeah. But not as Queen airship, Diana of HR, h Her, Royal Highness that

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Botswana, Alastair Leaf And Government discussed on BBC World Service

BBC World Service

00:48 sec | 3 years ago

Botswana, Alastair Leaf And Government discussed on BBC World Service

"More than five hundred critically endangered vultures have been poisoned in Botswana. The government believes the deaths were caused by poachers, who are trying to hide the presence of elephant carcasses on which the birds feed Alastair leaf heard has this report when any wildlife is killed in the wilderness of Botswana by predators over humans, the vultures never far away. They're circling the carcass can be seen from long distances. So when poachers. Killed three elephants in the central district of the country for their tusks. They laced the bodies with a poisonous chemical to kill them to hard. What they've done. The butts wanna government said the area was being decontaminated and samples are being taken for testing, what's wanna is home to more elephants than any other country. But scientists have discovered poachers. And now targeting that

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