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More often than not, a cup of tea is all that what your body needs 

Faben Getachew

‘Tea is a cup of life,’ so goes an ancient saying.  It indeed is. The Chinese knew all too well about the health benefits of tea since ancient times, and have used it to treat many diseases ranging from headaches to depression. Nowadays tea consumption has markedly increased all over the world.

Tea is obtained from the leaves of the Camellia sinensis plant but we can find many varieties of it depending on growing conditions, harvesting time and the way the leaves are processed. Currently all teas fall under three big categories: Oolong, Black, and Green tea. Oolong tea is partially fermented and black tea is fully fermented. Green tea, on the other hand, is the least processed and thus rich in health promoting antioxidants.

Ashenafi Zedebub

It is not at all a rare occurrence nowadays to see women assuming a high post in government, public or private organizations.

Today, we see women named or elected to hold office of a prime minister, minister, and bank president, CEO of insurance companies and large establishments, as speaker of parliament, as a judge, as a notary public, as editor-in-chief or managing editor of mass media and so on and so forth.

Celebrating the ‘History, Culture and Music of the Rastafarians in Ethiopia’

 Zela Gayle

 

It was the legendary spirit of Bob Marley that magnified the tiny Island of Jamaica to the world, and to this day Bob Marley remains the most celebrated and influential household name in reggae music throughout the world.

When he composed the album ‘Exodus’ in 1977, little did he know it would become the best album of the 20th century as Time magazine ranked it in 1999, recognizing it as the greatest album of all times.