COMMUNITY BUZZ THURSDAY
Keeping you in touch and in tune with your community/community developments
By Denisia Adams
hELLO! Hope you doing fantastic on this Thursday. Check out what we had going on:
WORD(s) OF THE DAY
. An expression of approval; praise.
. A special acknowledgment; an award.
. A ceremonial embrace, as of greeting or salutation.
Eg. The actress always receive a accolade
SA TRIVIA QUESTION
What former South African president is celebrating his birthday today?
A – Nelson Mandela B – Thabo Mbeki C – F.W de Klerk
Answer: B – Thabo Mbeki
DID YOU KNOW
The first vending machine was invented by Hero of Alexandria around 215 BC. When a coin was dropped into a slot, its weight would pull a cork out of a spigot and the machine would dispense a trickle of water. ALSO DID YOU KNOW The Monopoly game was invented by Charles Darrow in 1933. He sold the rights to George Parker in 1935, then aged 58. Parker invented more than 100 games, including Pit, Rook, Flinch, Risk and Clue.
TIP OF THE DAY
How to Clear Your Skin Naturally With Honey
If you suffer from acne, or the occasional blemish you will try everything and anything to make that ugly red pimple disappear. Nature is the best remedy for your healing your acne and tightening pores.
Go to your local grocery store and look down the isle that has honey. You will be picking out a honey "face wash". You should read the labels on the honey jars carefully when deciding which one you want to buy. Make sure you buy honey that is 100% pure unfiltered, unprocessed natural honey.
Instead of spending tons of money on several different acne medications that contain harsh ingredients like benzyl peroxide, clear your acne naturally with one simple ingredient: Honey. Replace your current acne wash with a jar of unfiltered pure honey.
Now its time to wash your face with your new uncooked honey! Take a warm wash cloth and place it over your face. This will allow your pores to open. Make sure your hands are clean, and open your honey jar and take a small quarter size amount out with your fingers. Slowly rub the honey all over your face using circular motions.
For better results allow the unfiltered honey to sit on your face like a facial mask for 10 minutes. This allows the honey to seep into your pores and kill bacteria.
Wash your face with warm water, and then finally with cool water to close your pores. Repeat steps 3-5 every day for as long as you want clear skin! Please see my resources at the bottom of the page to see how you can get clear skin in 3 days!
WE ALSO FEATURED:
Mzandile Peter from the City of Cape Town’s, City Parks. He joined us to talk about the launch of the Sakhela Park in Crossroads for the disabled.
We then were joined by Raymond Schuller from Communicare in Cape Town. Communicare facilitates the provision of affordable accommodation through social investment programmes for the benefit of economically disadvantaged citizens of the Western Cape. They also giving the youth the opportunity to gain a bursary to further their education. To find out contact Communicare on 021- 421 6008.
Lastly we spoke to John Thole from Edunova. Edunova is an international education organisation specialising in the effective use of Information and Communications Technologies (ICTs).
In South Africa they operate on a not-for-profit basis with a focus on creating Learning Led approaches to the deployment and use of ICTs. They currently working within the Phillipi area and every week have training sessions where they train teachers in schools who will they implement what they’ve learn’t in their teaching etc. To find out visit www.edunova.org or email email@example.com
QUOTE OF THE DAY
Do not dwell in the past, do not dream of the future, concentrate the mind on the present moment.
That’s it for the Morning Cruise, where we cruise through your weekday here on BushRadio 89.5fm live on your stereo between 9am – 12pm with me Denisia Adams. Take Care ... make the best of your day and Keep the Faith. Stay Real!!!!!!!!!!
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