Gado first came to Nairobi in 1992 to collect a prize in a drawing competition. Even though he was studying architecture in Dar es Salaam, and had promised his parents he would return to complete his education, he never did. Instead, he persuaded the editors at Kenya’s biggest newspaper, The Daily Nation, to hire him. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus pandemic | Tanzanian cartoonist uses medium to keep up fight against misinformation
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Then came Jot’s new formula of coffee concentrate—housed in a sprightly glass bottle with a sleek measuring spoon—and its promise of a delicious, fast, mess-free coffee (any way you like it) right at home. All you need to do is stir in just one tablespoon (Jot, get it?) of Ultra Coffee into any hot or cold liquid of your choice—milk, plant-based milk, water, La Croix (yes, that’s a thing)—and enjoy. But to see how good it actually is, we wanted to put it to a taste test. … [Read more...] about Can Jot’s coffee concentrate make you forget about that $5 latte? Here’s what our editors say
This is not the first attempt by ChrysCapital to make a comeback of sorts in its pharma portfolio post a partial or complete exit. In 2015, ChrysCapital exited Mankind Pharma by selling its 11 percent stake to Capital International for $214 million. But in April 2018, it staged a sensational return to the Manforce condoms maker when it pipped global private equity giants to pick up a 10 percent stake in the firm for $350 million. At the time, it was the largest private equity deal in the Indian pharma space. … [Read more...] about Exclusive | PE firm ChrysCapital to buy out Capital International’s stake in Intas Pharmaceuticals
executive order to limit the powers of social media. Then he took to Twitter again, this time in response to protests over the murder of George Floyd. Trump quoted former Miami police chief Walter Headley, “when the looting starts, the shooting starts.” To any student, or heck, five-second Googler of history, it’s clear that Headley’s 1968 message was a threat against African Americans, and it incited days of race riots. In siding with Headley, Trump gave his blessing for police brutality against a particular race of people, along with who knows what other violent behaviors. … [Read more...] about Hush, Trump. Twitter is going easy on you.
PR: I’m hoping people get a vicarious thrill. I’m hoping that since we can’t go now that they can go with me on the show. I don’t want people to watch and be sad or think, “Oh look what we used to be able to do.” I understand thinking that way, because we’re in the middle of this tragic time right now, but we all know that this will pass. The whole point of our show is to show you that the world is worth seeing. So I don’t want people to watch that with melancholy or sentiment, but with the thrill of knowing we can go there. … [Read more...] about Phil Rosenthal dishes on his Netflix series, camels, saving restaurants, and the genius fix for to-go fries