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2 hrs ago | KTRE-TV Lufkin
Emily Avriett a senior at Central High School, spent the entire week barefoot to raise awareness for people without shoes and to gain donations to send to South Africa.
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Ethiopia will host the 4th World Coffee Conference together with the 116th Session of the International Coffee Council in Addis Ababa in March 2016.
9 hrs ago | Globe and Mail
This week, the Alberta premier, who is a single mother of a 12-year-old daughter, played the mommy card during a heated debate about her travel expenditures.
13 hrs ago | Ballycastle Today
Portadown-based charity, Fields of Life, has been chosen to take the Commonwealth Flag to the summit of the highest peak in Northern Ireland next week.
13 hrs ago | GhanaWeb
Visiting President Alpha Conde of Guinea on Friday appealed to Ghanaian companies to increase business relations with Guinea to accomplish the bond between the two countries initiated by late President Osagyefo Dr Kwame Nkrumah and late President Sekou Toure.
14 hrs ago | GhanaWeb
Standard Chartered Bank has released an independent study on the social and economic impact of its operations in Africa, looking at its contributions to the promotion of trade and employment opportunities in host countries.
Zahid Wadvalla stops to consider a generator offered at a special price at Makro in Crown Mines, Johannesburg.
It is often thought, those who are the most willing to help a person out are the ones who know what it is like to be in their position.
Male life expectancy in rural South Africa has improved far less dramatically than women's life expectancy since the introduction of antiretroviral therapy, due to a growing disparity in uptake of treatment, an international research group reported on Thursday at the 21st Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections in Boston.
Paxie Vreede, a retired Nanaimo physician, left for Africa Friday to check on the progress of projects funded by donations the Stephen Lewis Foundation that support grandmothers who are raising children orphaned by AIDS.
Three Twin Citians were charged with running a food stamp fraud ring that involved numerous food stamp cards belonging to homeless people being used to buy tens of thousands of dollars in goods that were shipped to Liberia for sale.
A few years ago, Janelle and Paul Johnson heard Rufus Luttig talk at their church about Hunt SA, a program he runs that brings people to South Africa to hunt and also perform missionary work.
For the first time in its five-year history the Abu Dhabi International Triathlon has sold out, with 2,400 athletes from 68 countries set to make the start on March 15. "The huge demand for the event demonstrates a consistent rise in amateurs and elites looking for the ultimate triathlon challenge with 60 percent of racers registered from around ... (more)
About half of the 912 000 vehicles registered for e-tolls actually belong to Gauteng residents, it emerged during parliamentary question time on Wednesday.
Local business people who have investments in selected European, Caribbean and North American states can now use their investments to obtain citizenship there and access more than 100 other countries without visas.
I am very, very excited to announce that registration is now open for the Photographic Caravan to Spain and Morocco in November, 2014.
The Auditor General's office says it hasn't determine yet whether it will grant Premier Alison Redford's request for a review into travel expenses and the use of government planes for out-of-province trips.