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The Bluebell System Aka Indie Walker Tik Toker Death Cause Was It Suicide?



A piece of very heart-wrenching news is coming straight from the world of TikTokers that a young TikTok creator has recently passed away at a very young age. We are talking about the untimely death of The Bluebell System who just passed away at the age of 20. The death news of the girl has brought a wave of mourning. Some of the fans of her are saying she committed suicide meanwhile some of them are sticking to another reason for her death.

The Bluebell System Aka Indie Walker Tik Toker Died, Death Cause Was It Suicide?


The famous TikToker Indie Walker prominently known by her online name The Bluebell System has immense popularity on the APP where she usually used to share her clips, and on the platform, and she has more than 25k followers on her Instagram account which is also a great deal in itself. However, the news is creating havoc on social media and plenty more users are posting about her and showing their love for her but some of the other creators are showing that she was dealing with mental illness for a while due to which she left world. Thousands of her fans and also other influencers are grieving to her death and delivering tribute.

The Bluebell System On Tik Tok Death Cause

As she had a huge fan base so no doubt people or better say her fans are in the swim more about her last situation and as per the comment section, her posts, and also the posts are speculating that she was dealing with mental illness such as anxiety and depression. The death news started to surface on the internet after several tweets went viral on the 27th of October 2021. She rose to fame after sharing some clips about mental health and addiction rehabilitation and she was also recovering herself from such addictions. Talking about some of her last videos so she was looking fine and confident but rumors on tweeter are claiming that she committed suicide and it looks like that she got too much pressure on her brain which must become unbearable this time so perhaps she decided to leave everything.

Talking about his Instagram so except for TikTok where she had more than 128k+ followers she had a massive fan following over the IG as well and there she had more than 25.2k followers but if you are keen to look at her profile then you won’t see her images because her account is private. So, it has been seen that nowadays mental strain is becoming the biggest reason to take so many lives, so we would like to make a humble request that please don’t limit yourself and keep finding the one with whom you can share your problems. We are trying to reveal the real cause of her death perhaps it can be something else if suicide rumors are not the true one.

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Making Profitability Sustainable and Sustainability Profitable – The Maravi Post




By Claudio Muruzabal, SAP President for Southern Europe, Middle East and Africa

NAIROBI, Kenya, 7th December, 2021 -/African Media Agency(AMA)/- For the past 18 months, the business world has been so focused on Covid-19 that it’s taken its eye off the other C-word – CSR, or corporate social responsibility. But you can write this down and take it to the bank: the enterprises that will thrive in a post-pandemic world will be those that put the societal element of sustainability at the core of their business strategies. 

Before the pandemic, many companies could get away with an old-school approach to CSR and how they engaged and managed their people. They would bring out pretty reports and say smart things about being a socially responsible business. They would put up posters proclaiming bold visions and values, but not live them every day. Now they’re being challenged to ensure their ongoing relevance in a completely different world.  

What do I mean by that? We know that the business world has changed irrevocably. Companies that still want to be in business in the next 10 to 20 years will have to wake up to the fact that to create long-term value, they will have to align their goals with those of the communities in which they operate. They will have to get used to the idea of working not just for their shareholders, but also for employees and their communities, as well as the planet. The days of chasing short-term gain at the expense of long-term value are rapidly receding in the rear-view mirror.  

But here’s the thing; social responsibility doesn’t have to just tick compliance boxes. The fact is that working to address humanity’s greatest risks, especially inequality, offers real business opportunities to savvy enterprises with an eye on the future. And the businesses that are going to stand out over the next decade will be those who see market opportunities in social responsibility, and develop business models, products and services that have societal elements and sustainable practices baked in, as it were.  

In September 2015, world leaders adopted the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals – or the SDGs, as they’re commonly known. They talk directly to our responsibility to innovate with purpose to create a world without poverty, a healthier planet, and a just, peaceful society by 2030. At SAP, we stand for this higher purpose beyond economic success.  

We help countries, private and public sector organizations, and ordinary citizens control risk, achieve regulatory compliance, use resources efficiently, measure and reduce emissions and innovate new business models to thrive in the digital and experience economy. Our solutions help eradicate slavery from supply chains, propel a low-carbon, zero waste and circular economy, eliminate inequality, and educate people who never had the chance to enter a classroom. 

What we’ve learned, though, is that meaningful contributions to the SDGs require tangible connections between an activity or tool and the intended social, environmental, and economic impact. There must be a material link between our own operational activities and the impact we can have as a company. Otherwise, the story becomes arbitrary.  

How do you make these links? For a start, you actively engage with issues like educating and upskilling your own employees as well as the youth. You find ways to promote and increase diversity in the workforce and ensure that every employee has access to the same development opportunities, because successful businesses better reflect the diversity of society and the customers they serve. 

At SAP, for example, we are engaged in several initiatives to actively grow local talent pools in our business through intensive accelerator training programs for employees at various stages of their careers in sub-Saharan Africa. In Turkey, Francophone Africa, Israel, Portugal and Spain, our ‘Women in Leadership’ program is helping women improve their management skills. We’re also collaborating with the Red Cross in Spain to deliver technological skills to women who are at risk of social and work exclusion. In Italy, we have launched an initiative for women aimed at creating a series of debates on different themes (such as the gender gap, female leadership, empowerment and work-life balance) to develop concrete plans to drive transformation. And last but by no means least, in the Middle East, our Business Women’s Networks are acting as significant catalysts for progressive change. 

Being sustainable also means leading with agility and a growth mindset. Your business continuity may depend on your ability to reskill and upskill your workforce for a digital age, but it’s more important than ever to include the human skills of empathy, flexibility and stress management in that upskilling. Simply put, the more you focus on your people and your societal responsibilities, the more successful you become. 

It almost goes without saying that the most resilient companies today are those who are embracing technology to transform their business processes. If Covid-19 showed us anything, it’s the urgent need for every company in the world to become an intelligent enterprise as soon as possible. Technology is the glue that holds everything together and allows us to make smarter decisions that support a sustainable future with society at its heart. 

Speaking at SAPPHIRE NOW earlier this year, SAP CEO Christian Klein painted a bold vision for the future, where connected intelligent enterprises will reinvent how businesses run: “We will jointly build networks with you that champion diversity, inclusion, and human rights. We will make carbon footprint tracking available in the business network so that you can go to true next zero. Together, we can reinvent how industries run by connecting intelligent enterprises into an industry-wide business network … making profitability sustainable and sustainability profitable,” he said. 

Read that again: making profitability sustainable and sustainability profitable. That’s a mantra I can get behind as we look to a better future for all. 

This article is the third of a three-part series exploring the economicenvironmental and societal responsibilities of sustainable businesses in a post-pandemic economy.

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9 Principles Students Need to Follow to Be Successful in School – The Maravi Post




You probably have that one student in your class that you secretly envy. They ace any assignment and any exam, and they make it seem so effortless!

Behind the curtain, however, it’s anything but effortless. The truth is, successful students aren’t born this way. They have to work hard to get the best grades.

This should be good news for you, though. It means that successful students aren’t an exclusive club that you have to be lucky to get into. You can become a stellar student yourself by following these nine simple rules.

1.  Learn to Prioritize & Manage Your Time

Whatever you need to do, if you want to do it well, it takes time. But making time for homework and exam prep always means one thing: you need to prioritize. In other words, you’ll have to choose to study over having fun multiple times.

And it’s not just that. To study productively, you should know how to prioritize different assignments, classes, and exam preparations.

Imagine you have a paper to write, and you know it’ll be a breeze because you’re confident in the topic. But you also have a difficult test to prepare for, and that’ll take you hours. You should ask yourself, “Can I pay someone to write my paper?” and offload the easy task. This way, you’ll have more free time to focus on closing that knowledge gap.

2.  Don’t Sit & Wait for Inspiration or Motivation

If you put off studying for that exam because you “don’t feel like it,” you might end up waiting for motivation for hours or even days. And it might never even grace you with its presence!

Motivation and inspiration are great, but successful students don’t rely on them. Instead, they:

  • Plan study sessions and stick to a schedule;
  • Maintain to-do lists and write down their goals;
  • Create a routine that helps them get focused;
  • Know they need to get started, with no excuses or “five more minutes.”

3.  Create Your Own Reward System

If you’ve tried to become disciplined and it didn’t work out, creating a reward system can be another way to get yourself to study. The rules are simple: once you do X, you’ll get Y or do Z.

There are two basic principles you should keep in mind when thinking about rewards:

  1. They should be proportional to the task you’ve completed. If you spend 15 minutes reading the textbook and then reward yourself with a 50-minute episode of a TV show, it’s counterproductive.
    1. They have to be valuable enough for you. Otherwise, they won’t get you to study.

4.  Break Down Big Tasks into Smaller Ones

Writing a 20-page paper on a topic you barely know is an intimidating task. It’s no wonder why it can be hard to start working on it.

To get rid of this fear, don’t add “write a 20-page paper” to your to-do list. Instead, turn this colossal task into more manageable steps and spread them over several days.

Here’s what it would look like for the example above:

  • Do your research on the topic;
  • Make a plan for the paper;
  • Write the section 1, 2, and so on;
  • Proofread and edit the essay.

5.  Take Handwritten Notes

Of course, you can type a lot faster than writing by hand. But that’s the pitfall: you’re more likely to just type sentences verbatim without processing what you hear. As a result, you won’t retain as much information as when you wrote it down concisely.

There are plenty of note-taking systems you can try, with these three ones being the most popular:

  • The outline method: write down the key points in a bulleted or numbered list;
  • The Cornell method: divide each page into three sections – the main one (notes themselves), the cues (questions and keywords), and the summary.
  • The mind map method: write the main concept in the center of the page and add nodes (key points, characteristics, etc.) around it.

6.  Review What You’ve Learned

After every single day of studying, dedicate some time to reviewing your notes and the material from the day. Ask yourself, “What have I learned today?” and write down the answers or say them out loud.

Besides that, make it a point to test yourself. You can find quizzes on the topic online and do them or ask yourself questions listed in the textbook. Either way, you’ll be able to easily identify what you know well and what you need to go back to.

7.  Get Rid of Distractions

Distractions will eat up your time and undermine your productivity. So, you need to take care of them before they even have a chance to throw you off the track. And to do that, you need to watch yourself and reflect on what usually distracts you from studying.

As to the how of getting rid of distractions, that depends on the distraction itself. Here’s how you can counter the most common ones:

  • Install impulse blockers to prevent you from procrastinating online;
  • Put away your phone far away (into your backpack or another room, for example);
  • Turn on the “Do Not Disturb” and/or silent mode on your phone;
  • Study together with someone else – they’ll hold you accountable if you slack off.

8.  Don’t Cram, Ever

Cramming is synonymous with being a student. But it’s hardly a good way to become a successful one. You won’t have enough time to do a quality job on exam prep or homework, so you won’t be able to get good grades.

Besides, cramming is fine for short-term information retention, but it doesn’t help you remember what you’ve learned in the long run. This happens because:

  • There’s just too much information – it overloads the brain;
  • You don’t get enough sleep – this is when information is committed to long-term memory.

Since life can be unpredictable sometimes, always plan to finish your homework a day or several in advance, too. This way, you’ll have extra time if you fall sick or have a family emergency, for example.

9.  Keep Your Lifestyle Healthy

There’s no way you’re doing a good job studying if you stayed up 3 nights in a row. If you don’t take care of your body, you’ll have trouble concentrating, retaining information in the long run, and being productive.

Here’s what a healthy lifestyle means in practice:

  1. Be physically active. You don’t have to hit the gym every day – a 20-minute walk can be enough.
  2. Get enough sleep. Make sure you get your eight hours of quality, uninterrupted sleep. Don’t sacrifice it.
  3. Make time for rest. Maintain a healthy study-life balance – otherwise, you risk burning out.

5 More Tips That Will Help You Become a Stellar Student

These nine principles are just the tip of the iceberg. Here are five other rules that can help anyone ace their grades:

  1. Analyze and learn from your mistakes;
  2. Ask questions, both in class and when you study on your own;
  3. Ask for feedback and learn from it;
  4. Have a dedicated study space – and keep it organized;
  5. Remember to take breaks (ideally, 5-10 minutes every half an hour).

Final Thoughts

If there’s one thing you remember from reading this piece, let it be this: you don’t have to be born smart to become a stellar student. Studying isn’t an innate talent; it’s a skill you can build if you commit to doing that.

Successful students ace their grades because they study hard. So, if you want to see your grades improve, get organized, become disciplined, and keep grinding.

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Gambia: Police tear gas opposition supporters protesting poll results – The Maravi Post




Opposition supporters in The Gambia were dispersed with tear gas as they protest Saturday’s presidential election results.

The protesters had gathered outside the residence of opposition leader Ousainou Darboe.

Darboe is rejecting the election results after the electoral commission declared incumbent President, Adama Barrow as winner.

Barrow obtained around 53% of the vote against 28% for Darboe, the main opposition contender.

Before the police clashed with the opposition supporters, the veteran politician had appealed to supporters to avoid violence and follow legal procedures to proof their claim of electoral irregularities.

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Mr Darboe said his team is collecting evidence in order to pursue the matter in court should that become necessary.

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Mr Darboe questioned the conduct of the poll. Photo Credit: Getty Images

The African Union election observers and other observers had said the election was conducted in a fair and transparent manner largely.

Ousainou Darboe, and two other candidates, Mama Kandeh and Essa Mbye Faal shortly before the final results were declared had said they would not accept the results.

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But one of them – Essa Mbaye Fall – has now congratulated Adama Barrow on his re-election.

Almost one million registered voters took part in Saturday’s election, the first since the exit of ex-leader Yahya Jammeh.

Adama Barrow came to power when he defeated Jammeh in 2016 as an opposition leader and decided to seek re-election despite promising not to do so.

President Barrow told his supporters during a victory speech in the capital Banjul, that there ought to be a unity between the country’s political factions.

“I call on all Gambians, irrespective of your political divide, to put aside our political and other differences and come together as one people to work towards the development of our country,” he said.

Gambia: Incumbent Adama Barrow wins presidential election

Source: Africa Feeds

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