From the recipe we know from back home in rural area to what people are making in suburbs. during this covid 19 epidemic people learn to go back to they old way of how to make home made beer (sorghum). Then come greedy people are trying to spice it with adding few thing they not suppose to add.
The recipe for this beer are as follow.
Mixed with warm water.
local people are making money out of it.
Monday 01 June 20 people wake up like any other day to buy the beer that results to 4 Malawian man died after drinking the sorghum. also Zimbabwean man died and few still in Hospital number haven”t confirmed yet. anonymous source say there’s no side effect associate with this alcohol most people just die after drinking it. people might look really drunk and you might think its the alcohol that make them drunk that’s how they die.
Few weeks back in May we also had a case in Khayelitsha where family make this sorghum just for friend and three family members died of this beer.
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Last year 2019 Phatah shared a stage with artist like Jah Prayzah, Tocky Vibes and many more.
. We spoke a little about the meaning of his name PHATAH he mentioned that when he read books he find out that Phatah was a messenger, who goes around and share the good word.
Phatah talks about the future, He mention that now his working on four tracks he want to add to the album all tracks will be released on the launch day. His also working on local movie the name will be shared soon.
For more information please do click the link for his social network pages
After long time promising the dancehall artist release his first video (Not Simple) under Luki&Mia Media Empire. The video took most people by surprise even though the picture of behind the scene were promising.
The dancehall artist prove it to his fans that his a man of his words he promise a bang of video he deliver.
Ramour has it that the artist score bar gig around Cape Town and soon will perform internationally.
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She explains all about how she is hurt, by words from people about her condition.
She mention that ” Sometimes people don’t understand how it hurts her to hear people saying that she’s dying and it also affecting her business because no one want to work with someone people are busy saying is dying anytime from now” the biggest painful part her losing herself as person. This recovery feels like losing herself in a way to recovery and people attacking her from front and back.
Thirty two Zimbabweans who arrived in the country today from the United Kingdom aboard an Ethiopian airlines flight have been taken to Zimbabwe Institute of Public Administration and Management (ZIPAM) for a 21-day-quarantine.
The 32 who arrived this afternoon at Robert Mugabe International Airport were welcomed by officials from the Ministry of Health and Child Care.
Soon after their arrival, they were subjected to a thorough screening process, before they were whisked away in two ambulances and other vehicles from the Ministry of Health and Child Care.
The exercise to quarantine them is part of the measures by Government to reduce the spread of the deadly COVID-19 which has to date killed three people in Zimbabwe.
The United Kingdom is in the top three of countries which are most affected by the pandemic globally.