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SADC Military Health Services Firm in Ebola Virus Prevention - AllAfrica.com


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Luanda — The military health services of the Southern African Development Community Countries (SADC) are firm in the implementation of mechanisms for the prevention of the spreading of the Ebola virus, responsible the...

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Retrieved: Thu, Oct 23, 2014

Ebola: Preparation needed, not panic - Helen Zille - Politicsweb


Ebola: Preparation needed, not panic - Helen Zille
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HIV/AIDS and its consequences were statistical outliers, for which nothing in history could have effectively prepared us. We are still ... According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), by 14 October there had been 9,216 confirmed...

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Retrieved: Thu, Oct 23, 2014

Ebola Requires Thorough Preparation, Not Panic - AllAfrica.com


Ebola Requires Thorough Preparation, Not Panic
AllAfrica.com
HIV/AIDS and its consequences were statistical outliers, for which nothing in history could have effectively prepared us. We are still ... According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), by 14 October there had been 9,216 confirmed...

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Retrieved: Thu, Oct 23, 2014

Relatives fear for detainee - The New Age Online


Relatives fear for detainee
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Rafael Ntibane told The New Age yesterday, that conditions in the police cells were not healthy for a person living with HIV-Aids. “We heard that they throw food on the floor when they give it to the immigrants and sometimes they give ... “South...

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Retrieved: Thu, Oct 23, 2014

Zuma: Can Africa be stable and prosperous - New Zimbabwe.com


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Zuma: Can Africa be stable and prosperous
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It seems to me that there is a perception in many countries in Africa that in recent years the South African government, and yourself, are no longer deeply passionate about and committed to African unity, cohesion,...

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Retrieved: Thu, Oct 23, 2014

Pharmaceutical industry and economic health - BusinessDay


Pharmaceutical industry and economic health
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This projected growth is a reflection of economic strength accompanied by increased health care spending as the economies of several African countries are growing faster than anywhere else in the World outside China. ... Notwithstanding its...

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Retrieved: Thu, Oct 23, 2014



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