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S. African cabinet approves funding for combatting Ebola - CCTV


S. African cabinet approves funding for combatting Ebola
CCTV
The cabinet accepted the Southern African Development Community's (SADC's) decision that South Africa be a center of excellence for training, laboratory diagnosis and clinical expertise, said Maila. At its meeting of health ministers in...

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Retrieved: Mon, Sep 22, 2014

Ebola and the African Health Care Worker - AllAfrica.com


Ebola and the African Health Care Worker
AllAfrica.com
NOW WE know that epidemic diseases, such as Ebola and Aids, are democratic but treatment is not. That alone should be enough to send chills down the spine of those of us who live on this African continent. Likewise, it should also make the...

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Retrieved: Mon, Sep 22, 2014

Ebola “a Complete Disaster” - Council on Foreign Relations (blog)


Council on Foreign Relations (blog)
Ebola “a Complete Disaster”
Council on Foreign Relations (blog)
MSF has been on the front lines of the struggle against Ebola in West Africa. In the three countries most effected by Ebola, Guinea, Sierra Leone, and Liberia, the public health systems...

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Retrieved: Mon, Sep 22, 2014

Plight of the Deaf - AllAfrica.com


Plight of the Deaf
AllAfrica.com
Increasingly, sign language is being recognised as the first language of deaf people and has been formally recognised in the constitutions of Sweden, South Africa, Uganda and the draft constitution of Zambia which I feel has addressed a number of ...

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Retrieved: Mon, Sep 22, 2014

Drinkers cannot discern between major beer brands - Bizcommunity.com


Drinkers cannot discern between major beer brands
Bizcommunity.com
Beer drinkers cannot tell the difference between the major brands of lager, blind tasting carried out by academics has shown. Britain's top beer writer, Ben McFarland (Left) says that all major brands of lager do taste much the...

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Retrieved: Mon, Sep 22, 2014

America playing catch up with the Orient at USA - Africa Summit - spyghana.com


spyghana.com
America playing catch up with the Orient at USA - Africa Summit
spyghana.com
Moreover, African countries are prospecting or already exploiting and commercialising substantive natural resources, oil and gas, in Ghana, Mozambique, Angola, Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda, and South Sudan...

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Retrieved: Mon, Sep 22, 2014

S. African cabinet approves funding for combatting Ebola - CCTV


S. African cabinet approves funding for combatting Ebola
CCTV
The cabinet accepted the Southern African Development Community's (SADC's) decision that South Africa be a center of excellence for training, laboratory diagnosis and clinical expertise, said Maila. At its meeting of health ministers in...

Google Alerts
Retrieved: Mon, Sep 22, 2014

Ebola and the African Health Care Worker - AllAfrica.com


Ebola and the African Health Care Worker
AllAfrica.com
NOW WE know that epidemic diseases, such as Ebola and Aids, are democratic but treatment is not. That alone should be enough to send chills down the spine of those of us who live on this African continent. Likewise, it should also make the...

Google Alerts
Retrieved: Mon, Sep 22, 2014

Ebola “a Complete Disaster” - Council on Foreign Relations (blog)


Council on Foreign Relations (blog)
Ebola “a Complete Disaster”
Council on Foreign Relations (blog)
MSF has been on the front lines of the struggle against Ebola in West Africa. In the three countries most effected by Ebola, Guinea, Sierra Leone, and Liberia, the public health systems...

Google Alerts
Retrieved: Mon, Sep 22, 2014

Plight of the Deaf - AllAfrica.com


Plight of the Deaf
AllAfrica.com
Increasingly, sign language is being recognised as the first language of deaf people and has been formally recognised in the constitutions of Sweden, South Africa, Uganda and the draft constitution of Zambia which I feel has addressed a number of ...

Google Alerts
Retrieved: Mon, Sep 22, 2014

Drinkers cannot discern between major beer brands - Bizcommunity.com


Drinkers cannot discern between major beer brands
Bizcommunity.com
Beer drinkers cannot tell the difference between the major brands of lager, blind tasting carried out by academics has shown. Britain's top beer writer, Ben McFarland (Left) says that all major brands of lager do taste much the...

Google Alerts
Retrieved: Mon, Sep 22, 2014

America playing catch up with the Orient at USA - Africa Summit - spyghana.com


spyghana.com
America playing catch up with the Orient at USA - Africa Summit
spyghana.com
Moreover, African countries are prospecting or already exploiting and commercialising substantive natural resources, oil and gas, in Ghana, Mozambique, Angola, Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda, and South Sudan...

Google Alerts
Retrieved: Mon, Sep 22, 2014

S. African cabinet approves funding for combatting Ebola - CCTV


S. African cabinet approves funding for combatting Ebola
CCTV
The cabinet accepted the Southern African Development Community's (SADC's) decision that South Africa be a center of excellence for training, laboratory diagnosis and clinical expertise, said Maila. At its meeting of health ministers in...

Google Alerts
Retrieved: Mon, Sep 22, 2014

Ebola and the African Health Care Worker - AllAfrica.com


Ebola and the African Health Care Worker
AllAfrica.com
NOW WE know that epidemic diseases, such as Ebola and Aids, are democratic but treatment is not. That alone should be enough to send chills down the spine of those of us who live on this African continent. Likewise, it should also make the...

Google Alerts
Retrieved: Mon, Sep 22, 2014

Ebola “a Complete Disaster” - Council on Foreign Relations (blog)


Council on Foreign Relations (blog)
Ebola “a Complete Disaster”
Council on Foreign Relations (blog)
MSF has been on the front lines of the struggle against Ebola in West Africa. In the three countries most effected by Ebola, Guinea, Sierra Leone, and Liberia, the public health systems...

Google Alerts
Retrieved: Mon, Sep 22, 2014


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