Friday, December 9, 2016

Why fake news thrives — people can’t trust their own memories: study

Here’s one reason why “fake news” may be prospering: The human brain can create completely believable memories of events that never actually happened, a new study reveals.

“People can develop false beliefs and memories about the

HEALTH : Why Anna Heinrich Is More Body Confident Than Ever Before

"Every year that I grow older I become more in tune with who I am and I love my body more and more.”

Anna radiates warmth wherever she goes. As she arrived at our cover shoot you couldn’t wipe the smile off her face and everyone around her. The bubbly star sat down with us and chatted all things from body confidence, family and chocolate – the perfect combo.

World stocks hold near 16-month highs after strong week

London — World stocks were set for a weekly gain and held near 16-month highs on Friday, while the euro steadied after swings following the European Central Bank’s (ECB’s) decision to extend its stimulus programme.

The MSCI World index was up 0.1%, on track for a gain of 2.7% for the week. The index was just 0.1% below Thursday’s peak, which was its highest level since August 2015.

UK trade deficit narrows in October

The UK trade deficit in goods and services narrowed to £2bn in October as exports rose, official figures show.

Exports increased by £2bn, lifted by machinery and transport orders, while imports decreased by £1.8bn, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) said.

Victoria Kimani releases her Debut Album “Safari”

Kenya’s fiercely sexy and talented Victoria Kimani, shares her debut album “Safari” with the world.
Ice Prince, Sarkodie, Bucie, Vanessa Mdee, Phyno, and khuli Chana

Need to Keep the Downstream Calm

If not for timely powerful interventions, the downstream division of the Nigerian oil industry would have boiled over. And this would have fuelled heated tension from the Nigerian masses already at a tipping point over the current hardship in the country.

Had the unrest come to be, it would have been a result of the obvious incongruity in the decision-making processes and relationships between the chief decision-makers

Food industry warns of higher prices without EU workers

The UK faces higher food prices without continued access to EU workers, 30 food and drink associations have warned.
In a letter published in the Guardian, they argue that EU workers play an important role in the supply chain and some are already starting to leave.

It called on the government to offer "unambiguous reassurance" about their right to remain.

A Safe Haven for the Sexually Abused - WARIF

In response to the high incidence of sexual assault, rape and human trafficking occurring amongst young girls and women across Nigeria, Women At Risk International Foundation (WARIF), recently opened its doors to victims of abuse. The centre is meant to be a safe haven for survivors of abuses, writes Mary Ekah

To ensure that all young girls and women live in a society free of rape and sexual violence, an ultra-modern crisis centre, called Women At Risk International Foundation (WARIF) officially opened its

Let’s start this Christmas with Style! Join Us For A Night With International Singer/Songwriter Aminu | Sunday, December 11th

The holidays are in full swing and we have a gift for you. It’s A Night with international singer and songwriter, Aminu.

Come wine, dine and dance the night away with some soul food this Christmas.