እቲ ዓመት ዓመት ኣብ ሪፕሊ ወስት ቨርጂንያ (Ripley, West Virginia) ዝካየድ ዝነበረ ንግደት ደሃይ (Dehai Retreat) ብሰሪ ለበዳ ሕማም ቫይረስ ኮሮና ተሪፉ'ሎ። እቶም ኣብዚ ንግደት እዚ እንሳተፍ ዝነበርናን ፡ ኣብ’ዚ ናይ ሎም ዘበን ንግደት ክንሳተፍ መደብ ዝነበረናን ኩልና ፡ እቲ ንዕኡ ኢልና ከነውጽኦ ሓሲብናዮ ዝነበርና ገንዘብ ፡ ይብዛሕ ይውሓድ ፡ ኣብ’ቲ ህዝብና ንለበዳ ሕማም ቫይረስ ኮሮና ንምምካት ኢደይ ኢድካ እናበለ ዘካይዶ ዘሎ ማዕከን ወፈያ ክኣቱ እናተማሕጸንና ፡ እቶም ኣብዚ ክትሳተፉ እትደልዩ ናብ https://www.eritreafightscovid19.org/ ብምኻድ ክተዋጽኡ ብትሕትና ንዕድም።
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The annual Dehai Retreat for 2020 has been cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic and total lockdown in the area. For this reason we encourage all those of us who used to attend these retreats in the past and those who were planning for this year to contribute the funds they would have spent for the Retreat (big or small) to the urgently needed #EritreaFightsCovid19 Fund. Make your contributions now by going to https://www.eritreafightscovid19.org/.
This fast spreading pandemic is challenging every country in the world. It is our sincere hope that our population will succeed in the efforts it is taking to slow down and arrest this pandemic.
Thank you.

Dehai News

Echoes of anti-Chinese anxiety I South Africa's budget

Posted by: The Conversation Global

Date: Thursday, 27 February 2020

 

Editor's note

Stock markets around the world have dived by well over US$1 trillion this week as the prospect of a coronavirus pandemic moves closer. With extensive travel restrictions imposed on China and other nations with outbreaks, Beijing has accused Washington of over-reacting, and has advised its own citizens to steer clear of the US. John Weeks points to interesting parallels with the "Yellow Peril" hysteria of the late 19th century – another time when the West imposed travel restrictions on the Chinese amid rising anxieties about their economic threat.

In other news, yesterday South Africa’s Finance Minister Tito Mboweni delivered the country’s annual budget. Seán Muller’s assessment is that it set a depressing bench mark: not only has the minister given up on trying to rein in the country’s debt levels, but it was also devoid of fresh ideas to tackle the country’s mounting economic problems.

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