The end to a 37-year-rule and Tinder for toilets
This is part 1 of the 78th episode of the Stream Team Show, hosted by Saeed and Cherie Gatson.
In this episode:
- It’s the beginning of a new area for Zimbabwe, as (now former) controversial leader Robert Mugabe steps down.
- And the Chinese government wants their citizens to have only the best when it comes to their restrooms.
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Mugabe forced to step down after 37 years
In a letter read by the Speaker of Parliament, Mugabe said he was stepping down “with immediate effect” for “the welfare of the people of Zimbabwe and the need for a peaceful transfer of power.” The 93-year-old leader was under pressure to resign after the Army sent troops to the streets and put him under house arrest last week. — New York Times
Tinder for toilets?
On Sunday, in celebration of World Toilet Day (yeah, what?), China released a platform to help tourists and citizens alike find tolerable public restrooms in their area, called the “National Public Toilet Cloud.” — The Hustle
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