Daily Archives: July 3, 2020

Komet Announces Closing of Previously Announced Transaction Regarding the Sale of the Dabia Sud Property in Mali

MONTREAL, July 03, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Further to its news release dated May 15, 2020 announcing the entering into of a binding letter of intent, Komet Resources Inc. (“Komet” or the “Company”; TSX-V: KMT) is pleased to announce that it has closed, on July 2, 2020 (the “Closing Date”) its previously announced transaction relating to the […]

Komet annonce la clôture de la transaction précédemment annoncée concernant la vente de la propriété de Dabia Sud, au Mali

MONTRÉAL, 03 juill. 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Suite à son communiqué de presse du 15 mai 2020 annonçant la conclusion d’une lettre d’intention contraignante, Ressources Komet Inc. (« Komet » ou la « Société »; TSX-V: KMT) est heureuse d’annoncer qu’elle a conclu, le 2 juillet 2020 (la « date de clôture »), la transaction précédemment annoncée concernant la vente de […]

South Africa’s Hospitals Bracing for Surge of Virus Patients

The nurse started crying when describing her work at a Johannesburg hospital: The ward for coronavirus patients is full, so new arrivals are sent to the general ward, where they wait days for test results. Already 20 of her colleagues have tested positive. “A lot, a lot, a lot of people are coming in every

Killing of Musician in Ethiopia Highlights Deep Rooted Ethnic, Political Tension

At least 80 people have died in protests this week in Ethiopia following the killing of popular singer Hachalu Hundessa. Known for his political songs, Hundessa’s death has heightened ethnic tensions in Ethiopia, as the protests spread to the Oromia region, where Hundessa was born. As authorities shut down the internet in parts of the

Rwanda’s COVID-19 pool testing: a savvy option where there’s low viral prevalence

Many countries in East Africa have turned to contact tracing and carrying out COVID-19 tests on thousands of individuals as a way of monitoring and trying to limit transmissions of the new coronavirus. In Rwanda, they have been investigating how they can scale up testing significantly. But instead of testing every person – which would