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Ecuador looks to the future, hand in hand with electoral technology

Ecuador is committed to automating its electoral system by 2017. The goal looks attainable more than two years away from the deadline, as the country has been preparing to migrate from manual to electronic voting, keeping in mind all the steps that guarantee the successful adoption of electoral technology. 416 more words

What a day

Yes I am starting this entry with a sigh because today was just a sigh kind of day okay? Other than the fact that it was Jummah and our school islamic association head boy gave a beautiful Khutbah, today was pretty boring. 297 more words

Flash Talk/ The Daily Post


Ben Hubberman

Daily Prompt

Flash Talk

You’re about to enter a room full of strangers, where you will have exactly four minutes to tell a story that would convey who you really are. 576 more words


Activist and inspiration: Yusuf Talia dies due to illness

 *Featured in Wits Vuvuzela: Activist and inspiration: Yusuf Talia dies due to illness

An activist. A leader. An inspiration. Those are some of the words used to describe Witsie Yusuf Talia who passed away today at the age of 25.The wheelchair-bound Talia, who battled with muscular dystrophy, was a familiar face around campus where he actively involved in politics and societies. 387 more words

Wits Vuvuzela

A small step for a big problem

In the appropriately titled “Enough is Enough,” campaign from the Missouri Students Association, students address the common stereotypes surrounding sexual assault on campus proclaiming that enough is enough. 193 more words

MSA on a mission to South Africa

- Janes – Boeing highlights the relevance of the MSA to South Africa’s requirements, given the country’s large economic exclusion zone and search and rescue area.