The Innocents Abroad Episode 5: Mlungu in South Africa

Yaël interviews Todor on his recent move to South Africa and they compare notes on the society, the history of race and current controversies, the beauty of its people and landscapes, how to have a good life, economic empowerment, living beyond the law. Also, you should totally go there. It’s awesome. SHOWNOTES: Wayde van Niekerk ‘coloured win’ turns racialhttp://www.citizen.co.za/1251012/wayde-van-niekerk-coloured-win-turns-racial/ Idiocracy Director Says It’s ‘Scary’ How Accurate His Movie Has Becomehttp://paleofuture.gizmodo.com/idiocracy-director-says-its-scary-how-accurate-his-movi-1785499058 How is Cape Town for digital nomads?https://nomadforum.io/t/how-is-cape-town-for-digital-nomads/2407 Music: Black Coffee – Come With Me feat. MquePhoto: http://TheVoyagette.com http://theinnocentsabroad.com/

Who is watching WHO’s watch towers?

Who is watching WHO’s watch towers? The WHO is pulling out all the stops with its monitoring centres to counteract the ‘darkness’ of sin industries, writes Yaël Ossowski THE World Health Organisation (WHO) is pulling out all the stops in its effort to turn public opinion against the tobacco industry. This reminds me of an oft-used trope in modern conspiracy theories: that of the puppet-master behind the scenes controlling world affairs, or in this case popular opinion. The WHO’s launch of monitoring centres in cities worldwide, tasked with unmasking the tobacco industry’s attempts to “interfere” with public health policy, uses […]