Almost 25,000 New Cases In 24 Hours For US; 240,000 Cases Predicted As Trump Buckles

In the latest figures released for coronavirus infections, the United States recorded over 25,000 new cases of COVID-19 in just one day, while experts are predicting that there could be as many as 240,000 deaths nationwide, and the worst case scenario models say that the death toll could even rise into the millions.

Coronavirus Latest: A World On Lockdown

The United States, South Africa and countries around Europe have all announced the closing of schools, entertainment venues and services almost entirely across the board, while death tolls have risen dramatically, and the entire world has escalated into a state of panic.

Coronavirus Hits South Africa – Can We Handle It?

The moment we have all been dreading ever since COVID-19 started to take hold around the world is here. The first case of the coronavirus has been detected in Kwa-Zulu Natal. A 38-year-old man, who had recently visited Italy with his wife, is the first South African inside the country to have tested positive forContinue reading “Coronavirus Hits South Africa – Can We Handle It?”

US, Europe & North Africa Bracing For Coronavirus Impact

The deadly coronavirus that originated in China has now become a significant threat in the United States, while several European nations and Algeria have confirmed their first cases of infection, as the outbreak grows throughout Italy.

Bitcoin Prices Soar Again… Here’s Why

The Bitcoin price is above $10,000 again, after a strong 2019. It’s still a far cry from its December 2017 high of almost $20,000, but the real question is whether it can sustain its value this time around. Bitcoin investors, enthusiasts and evangelicals desperately want the answer to that question to be a resounding yes,Continue reading “Bitcoin Prices Soar Again… Here’s Why”

Could Climate Change Be Behind China’s Mystery Virus?

China’s deadly virus is spreading fast! We have all of the latest details and we ask if it’s possible that the spread of the coronavirus comes down to the effects of global warming.