I am falling for the moonlight slowly fading away by gathering it’s presence and dwindling to nowhere. Or should I say I am rooting for the graduating dimness at the break of dawn by overcoming the darkness of fears with the ray of courage. I am rooting for the unapologetic snowflakes that carries its fragility with coldness but display delicate beauty. I am wordless; being amazed by the sparkle of snow in the dusk of setting sun and its toughness in the breeze of approaching thunderstorm. I am drowning into the whirlpool of new beginnings and dripping the weaknesses of remote past. In this new liveliness I am travelling into the depth of nostalgia and reliving the sentiments with a little more carefreeness, a little more nonchalance.
#AceNewsReport – May.08: Prince Misizulu, 46, was named in the will of Zulu Queen Mantfombi Dlamini-Zulu – his mother – who died unexpectedly last week: There were dramatic scenes as the will was read out, with some family members openly voicing their disapproval: Prince Misizulu named next Zulu king amid family feud: Queen Dlamini-Zulu was […]
#CoronavirusNewsDesk – The misinformation bubble threatening Brazil’s indigenous people: A helicopter loaded with health workers and coronavirus vaccine doses took off from Labrea, in the southern part of the Amazon, heading to a village some 50km away: The Anti-Vax Files: A new series from BBC Trending, on the World Service from 05:30 GMT Saturday. Download […]
#AceNewsReport – May.08: Authorisation will enable CPA members to collectively negotiate with each of Facebook and Google, engage in discussions with each other and exchange information about those negotiations. Without authorisation, these collective bargaining arrangements would risk breaching competition laws as no platforms have yet been ‘designated’ under the news bargaining code, which would automatically […]