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TOP TEN DIRTIEST CITY IN AFRICA (PHOTOS)

Top 10 Dirtiest City In Africa (Photos)

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Nov 5, 2018 12:07 PM

More people died from pollution in Africa than from lack of food and drinking water. More than a billion people in the dirtiest cities in Africa suffer from the effects of progress on a once green and clean planet. Acid rain, mutations of living organisms, extinction of biological species – all this, unfortunately, has become a reality. Dirtiest city in Africa will shock you.

High pollution in Africa

A serious health crisis is occurring throughout the African continent. When trying to determine the level of air pollution, scientists found that pollution annually kills more people than unsafe drinking water and hunger. The UN is concerned that in the coming years the situation can only worsen if the world community does not do anything to solve the problem. Scientists believe that 712,000 people died in 2018 due to polluted air, while poor-quality water claimed 542,000 lives, and malnutrition – 275,000.

Compared with 1990, the region began massive construction of power plants, the development of heavy and automotive industries, and the creation of factories by American, European, and Chinese companies, which led to increasing pollution level by 36%. But air pollution is an actual problem not only for Africans but also for the population of the whole world.

In recent years, the death toll from the poor air has been rising. They already exceed the death rates from AIDS and malaria combined. The International Health Organization is confident that 3 million people have lost their lives prematurely around the world. Pollution has led to an increase in cardiovascular diseases and respiratory problems.

More than 90% of people all over the world breathe dangerous air, and only 8% – permissible. Not surprisingly, the polluted air was the fourth killer of our planet. There are fears that if Africa does not solve this problem in the near future, the continent will face a large-scale environmental disaster that is familiar to India and China.

Nigeria and Ethiopia occupy the top lines in the risk group, where industrialization began abruptly in 2013, and the number of hazardous enterprises increased. But, unfortunately, there are countries where researchers have failed to determine the causes of pollution. Hence, it will not succeed to mitigate the consequences for them.

The dirtiest city: top 10

It began in the 1980s. Well-off people in Europe and America realized that a garbage dump in Africa would be much cheaper than in their own countries. Can you imagine how much the disposal of toxic chemicals in Europe costs in compliance with strict environmental regulations and safety rules? This is a lot of money. It can be done for a penny in Africa. So giant barges sailed here from all over the world, laden with hazardous waste and electronic debris.

In 1987, an Italian ship dumped a toxic load on Coco Beach in Nigeria, but instead of money for their families, residents got chemical burns and partial paralysis. There are such stories, not one and not two. As a result, the UN still banned the import of hazardous wastes from progressed countries to developing ones. However, the United States, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand refused to sign this convention, not to mention greedy merchants and corrupt officials.

The list of the 10 most polluted cities in the world, compiled by the publication Forbes, immediately hit 16 settlements of African countries.

Antananarivo, the capital of Madagascar, is recognized as the most ecologically unfavorable African city. A little cleaner looks like the capital of Ethiopia – Addis Ababa. It has developed one of the most serious sanitary situations on the continent, and indeed in the whole world. Lack of environmental protection programs, poor sanitation and poor quality of drinking water in African cities lead to high infant mortality and extremely low average life expectancy.

According to Forbes correspondents, Brazzaville (Republic of the Congo), N’Djamena (Chad), Dar es Salaam (Tanzania), and Bangui (Central African Republic) are further on the list. These cities are characterized by unacceptably high air pollution, unsuitable for drinking water and clogging of water sources with sewage waste. The capital of Burkina Faso – Ouagadougou is distinguished by a high level of respiratory and oncological diseases due to severe air pollution. We have compiled for you the top 10 dirtiest cities in Africa. So read the information below very attentively.

10. Agbogbloshi, Ghana

Your cell phones, tablets, and computers are dying here. The two millionth city near the capital of Ghana, Accra, has become the world’s largest e-waste cemetery. Every year, about 200,000 tons of e-garbage are brought here from developed countries, from which local people mine copper and aluminum from morning to evening. The easiest way to get copper is burning, so the city is drowning in clubs of poisonous smoke. The main labor force is boys from 10 to 18 years. Pairs of lead, mercury, and arsenic undermine their health: many do not live to even 30 years.

9. Tiara-sur-Mer, Senegal

This city is sadly famous in the 2014 rankings for the case of massive acute lead poisoning. Local women earned their pennies by manually crushing used lead-acid batteries and melting the lead they mined for resale.

Lead fumes and dust filled the city. 18 children died from a rapidly progressive disorder of the nervous system. A study conducted on other members of the community (including brothers, sisters, and mothers of dead children) showed that all of them were also subjected to lead poisoning.

8. Niamey, Niger

In the mid-1980s, the Niger River was very dry, and residents drilled about 120 wells. The city was overgrowing: the population reached 700,000 people, but the water supply and sewerage systems remained the same – modern sewage treatment systems did not appear here.

Due to uncontrolled economic activities and deforestation, groundwater soon became contaminated with nitrates and bacteria, such as streptococcus. Feces are added to this mixture in the rainy season. The problem of water quality here is more acute than anywhere else on Earth. Today, every fourth child born in the capital of Niger does not live to 5 years old.

7. Nairobi, Kenya

The “trash monster” of Nairobi is not only garbage imported from developed countries but also the own waste of a megacity that has grown more than three times over a couple of decades. Here live 3 million people, and the landfill is still one, opened in 1986 and long overflowing.

Trucks bring here 1000-1200 tons of garbage every day. The landfill “lives” and moves: there are more than 3000 men, women, and children who seek out at least some raw materials for recycling, marabou and pigs “graze” here. Having scoured at the dump all day, you can earn about 4 dollars.

6. Zabbalin, Egypt

The name of this suburb of Cairo directly translates: “city of garbage men.” Fetid streets, people in respirators, donkeys with carts laden with garbage. Here lives the lowest, according to the Arabs, a social group – Coptic Christians. For several decades, they have been collecting trash from residents of the capital and taking them to their poor residential areas.

The archaic and hazardous system, however, is one of the most efficient in the world: zabbalins scavengers manage to recycle 85% of waste. Western recycling companies can only dream of such indicators! However, part of the waste in Zabbalin is still burned, seriously polluting the atmosphere of Cairo.

5. Bamako, Mali

Compared with 1960, the city’s population has grown about 20 times – from 100,000 to 2 million. How should public transport systems, energy, water supply, wastewater treatment, industrial emissions standards develop? For some reason, no one thought about this.

4. Pretoria, South Africa

South Africa is one of the few African countries with official environmental regulations. But it is very difficult to control their compliance in large cities. Pretoria with its three million inhabitants is a real “city of contrasts”: a modern center with [email protected], business centers, and fountains is surrounded by slums in which there is not even electricity. Locals burn coal for heating and cooking. Add to this smog from transportation and industry, water pollution with estrogen-like chemicals – and you will understand why Pretoria’s doctors are sounding the alarm and talking about the risk of cancer.

3. Maputo, Mozambique

While some are getting richer being involved in waste recycling from the developed countries of the world, others are trying to find at least some means of subsistence in giant dumps. But when CNN journalists come to the landfill in Maputo, its inhabitants openly demonstrate their position, hospitality, smile widely and are eager to help. These are men, women, and children who eat leftovers and put on shreds left over from more prosperous members of society. How many hundreds (or thousands) of people inhabit the 17 hectares of the landfill – no one knows.

2. Casablanca, Morocco

50% of Casablanca residents suffer from diseases caused by air pollution: asthma, conjunctivitis, chronic respiratory problems. Besides, local residents take water from rainwater canals, and they themselves dump slops and garbage into these canals. Apparently, the proverb about “do not spit in the well” is not yet invented here.

The dirtiest city

We actively use electronic devices but never think about where a broken and outdated TV, mobile phone or microwave are sent. And they can easily move from the nearest garbage to Africa, or rather to Accra, the capital of Ghana. There is a whole sub-district, which is one of the largest e-waste dumps in the world. Electronic garbage brought from the United States, Japan, Europe, poisons the soil and water with lead, cadmium, mercury.

Ghana annually imports 215 thousand tons of e-waste from abroad, mainly from Western Europe, while maintaining its own – 129 thousand tons per year. Part of the garbage is recycled at local electrical appliance recovery facilities. But most of the trash (which is mainly plastic and metals harmful to the body) is burned.

According to research, the level of harmful substances in the environment here exceeds the permissible rate of more than a hundred times. Local children rummage through toxic waste in search of parts and non-ferrous metal that can be resold. The district in Accra headed the top 10 most polluted cities in the world for 2018 according to the American Blacksmith Institute and the Swiss Green Cross.

As a result, there is a high level of air pollution. On the first floors of two-three-story brick houses with unfinished roofs, there are large rooms for sorting and packing garbage; upper floors are residential. All the streets, staircases of homes and even the rooftops are littered with trash. Part of the garbage, such as plastic waste, is burned in an open way. Mainly women and children are engaged in sorting, while men specialize in export.

Right there they sell fruits, bake flat cakes, hold shops and cafes, give birth to babies. Children play in the middle of garbage heaps. In general, the inhabitants of Agbogbloshi live a “normal” life from generation to generation, while Accra is declared a zone of ecological disaster.

Blood lead levels in 99% of local children are three times the maximum permissible values. The infant mortality rate is one of the highest in the world. The vegetation around the city has disappeared, the land has been burned out, and the locals have long been accustomed to acid rain.

Technical progress is a double-edged sword. On the one hand, many things that seemed incredible a few years ago became a reality for many people. On the other hand, to meet demand, industrial production and mining are growing exponentially, while to save, they often do not pay any attention to the ecology, literally destroying everything living around

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Watch: Gibaba gives Ndlozi fingers..

The response came quickly after the suggestion that the cabinet members start using camera-less phones to avoid embarrassing moments.

Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba Image: Twitter/Ntsakisi

Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba Image: Twitter/Ntsakisi

Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba was quick to show Economic Freedom Fighters spokesperson Mbuyiseni Ndlozi the finger after Ndlozi suggested that members of parliament start using camera-less phones.

The EFF spokesperson rose to suggest to the speaker that if MPs used camera-less phones that could not be hacked, some members would not be in trouble for posting “explicit” videos.

Ndlozi said: “You might want to start ordering it for cabinet members. It will save us a lot from some of the embarrassing activities. It can’t even be hacked this phone.”

The spokesperson appeared to have caught the attention of Gigaba who quickly showed Ndlozi his pinky.

It is still unclear why or what the home affairs minister was insinuating by the pinky but we hope he was not retaliating to Ndlozi by attacking Ndlozi’s manhood.

The assembly burst into laughter after Gigaba showed Ndlozi the finger.

Ndlozi and Gigaba were in the assembly where President Cyril Ramaphosa was fielding questions from MP’s on Tuesday.

Many on social media found Gigaba’s pinky gesture amusing.

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BLACKS ARE TOO STUPID TO VOTE FOR ME” ABOUT MICHAEL COHEN AND DONALD TRUMPS RACIST LANGUAGE.

‘Blacks Are Too Stupid To Vote For Me’: About Michael Cohen And Donald Trump’s Racist Language

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Nov 3, 2018 2:28 AM

One of the challenging things about covering the Trump presidency is that it’s not always easy to dismiss gossip as unworthy of coverage.

Every time Donald Trump opens his mouth in public, he either lies or says something so egregious that he accidentally lends credence to rumors that would otherwise seem too outlandish to be true. In fact, one struggles to think of a single piece of uncorroborated gossip about the Trump administration that is definitively more preposterous than the things the President says, on record, every single day.

For example, I cannot point to any excerpt from Bob Woodward’s bombshell book Fear or really, anything from Michael Wolff’s Fire And Fury, that is decisively more insane than Trump’s recent tweets and public comments about the migrant caravan making its way through Mexico to the U.S. border.

The point is, Trump effectively validates even the most sensational gossip by saying things, out loud, to people with working ears, that are easily as unhinged as the uncorroborated, behind-the-scenes accounts leaked by anonymous administration officials.

Of course some gossip simply isn’t worth spending time on. I don’t care, for instance, one way or another about what did or didn’t happen in the bedroom between Donald Trump and Stormy Daniels, and neither should you. The same thing goes for all of his other alleged affairs. If there’s a campaign finance violation in there somewhere, well then that’s worth writing about, but if Trump likes getting spanked by a porn star with a rolled up copy of Forbes while watching Shark Week, well then that’s his prerogative and it’s really none of my business (or yours).

Other gossip, though, is relevant. For instance, it’s relevant if the Secretary of State calls the President a “moron” in the context of nuclear weapons, because that might mean the guy with the launch codes is dangerous. Similarly, it’s relevant if the National Security Advisor thinks the President has the “intelligence of a kindergartner“, because again, that could be dangerous.

It’s also relevant if the President is a racist. Let me just say (again) that I have my doubts about whether Trump is a racist in the sense that a lot of folks seem to think. Trump is too selfish to be the kind of racist that spends his spare time pondering “white power” as a movement or as an ideology. Trump probably can’t even define the term “ideology”. His nationalism is a strange hybrid of tacky glitz and truck stop, bumper sticker jingoism. This is a man who spends his evenings gorging himself on well-done NY strips doused in Ketchup while watching Fox News. It’s not like he’s holed up in his study penning genocidal political manifestos by candle light.

That said, Trump has a long history of demonstrating a kind of dumb racism (all racism is inherently “dumb”, but here I use that term to describe the kind of racism that makes one think, for instance, that every African American in a Walmart is going to steal something or that every Mexican is a drug dealer) when it’s convenient or when he thinks he might be able to garner some publicity. Over the course of his presidency, Trump’s racism has become more dangerous to the extent he’s stumbled into adopting overtly nefarious narratives, the most glaring example of which is the anti-Semitic “globalist” conspiracy meme.

I am not at all convinced that Trump actually believes everything racist that comes out of his mouth, but the obvious problem is that because he’s the President of the United States, people who do spend their evenings thinking about genocide and race wars feel like they have the presidential stamp of approval. Unfortunately, those people are allowed to vote, and Trump needs those votes, so he plays the game. In the final act, Trump watches replays of himself at rallies and gets caught up in his own reality distortion loop. That makes him vulnerable to falling hook, line and sinker for his own rhetoric. That, in turn, compels him to parrot himself at the next rally, further emboldening the base and before you know it, you’ve got a self-feeding hate loop that precipitates violence.

So that’s the context for some fresh gossip out of Vanity Fair, whose Emily Jane Fox on Friday released a rather disconcerting piece that finds Michael Cohen documenting some of Trump’s comments about African Americans.

Fox frames Cohen’s comments as an effort on his part to give voters a window into the “real” Donald Trump and she also goes to great lengths to suggest that Cohen – the son of a Holocaust survivor – was motivated to come forward ahead of his sentencing next month, by the Pittsburgh synagogue massacre. That may well be true. That is, Cohen, like anyone who has the ability to feel empathy, was aghast at the prospect of 11 innocent people being gunned down in their place of worship.

That said, Michael Cohen is Michael Cohen: Bumbling accomplice turned moron with an axe to grind. Thankfully, Fox readily acknowledges the myriad elephants in the room. “Certainly, Cohen is aggrieved, and his credibility has been questioned by the president, his lawyers, and others”, she writes, adding that “his allegations could inflame the very divisions that he’s said he wants to diffuse.”

So why quote him? Well, here’s what Cohen apparently conveyed to Vanity Fair:

Through the president’s public attacks against him, he stayed silent, as his lawyers advised, and he’s taken a risk in sharing these recollections on the record. When I asked him why he was coming forward now with such uncomfortable claims, Cohen was clear: he knew that the president’s private comments were worse than his public rhetoric, and he wanted to offer potential voters what he believed was evidence of Trump’s character in advance of the midterm elections.

Again, I do not believe that Trump’s private comments are worse than his public rhetoric and Vanity Fair’s article does nothing at all to alter my assessment. That doesn’t mean Cohen’s comments aren’t worth documenting, but just this week, Trump suggested he would instruct the U.S. military to shoot unarmed Central American migrants trying to enter the United States. In September 2017, he told the U.N. General Assembly that he would “totally destroy” (i.e., nuke) North Korea. And on and on. So it’s hard for me to see how anything Cohen might have to offer could be worse. You can judge for yourself.

Here’s what Cohen told Vanity Fair about a discussion he claims he had with Trump after a campaign rally in 2016:

During our conversation, Cohen recalled a discussion at Trump Tower, following the then-candidate’s return from a campaign rally during the 2016 election cycle. Cohen had watched the rally on TV and noticed that the crowd was largely Caucasian. He offered this observation to his boss. “I told Trump that the rally looked vanilla on television. Trump responded, ‘That’s because black people are too stupid to vote for me.’”

Cohen went on to say that was par for the course for Trump. Apparently, Trump once asked Cohen to “Name one country run by a black person that’s not a sh*thole”, following Nelson Mandela’s death.

Cohen also said that sometime in the “late 2000s”, when the two men were driving through a rough neighborhood in Chicago on the way to a hotel from the airport, Trump looked at their surroundings and remarked that “only the blacks could live like this”. Cohen goes on to claim that Trump once used skin color as an excuse not to let an African American win The Apprentice. “There’s no way I can let this black f-g win’”, Cohen recalls Trump saying.

There is nothing surprising about any of this. And, as alluded to here at the outset, Trump has said so many shocking things in public over the past three years (and really, over the past three days), that Cohen’s revelations hardly bear mentioning.

Additionally, the sad fact of the matter is that the majority of Americans would make the exact same comment (if only in their heads) while driving through a predominately African American community. That’s something I’ve mentioned in these pages before. One of the reasons Trump has been so successful politically is that he plays on fears and prejudices that many Americans harbor, even if they don’t openly express it and/or admit as much to themselves.

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