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3 hrs ago | Mail & Guardian
The city's biking corps has been deployed to shore up the prestige of President Jacob Zuma and his deputy, Kgalema Motlanthe.
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4 hrs ago | Sunday Herald
TWO Scots adventurers are to attempt to row across the most dangerous ocean in the world and enter the record books by completing the feat for the first time ever.
8 hrs ago | Independent.ie
Tania Clarence was a full time carer for her three children, who were severely disabled and not expected to live beyond the age of five A mother suspected of murdering her three severely disabled children struggled to care for her family and hadn't had a decent nights sleep in years, friends have said.
12 hrs ago | Falkirk Herald
A group of 30 pupils from Larbert High are stepping up their fundraising efforts as they prepare to become the latest from the school to travel to South Africa.
14 hrs ago | The Georgetown Times
Eileen Keithly/For South Strand News Vermelle 'Bunny' Rodrigues and her husband Andrew Rodrigues work together on a burlap sign that will hang in the new Gullah Museum.
In early April, Jim and Marcia Czerwionka returned from Marrakesh, Morocco, in North Africa, where they attended a Rotary meeting.
Trade Minister Tim Groser will depart today for the United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, North Africa and France to undertake a range of activities and bilateral calls.
Bangladesh banned plastic bags outright in 2002, after they found out the bags were blocking drains and leading to floods.
But on Saturday, May 10, Ingber will welcome Hodes to a very different setting - a fund-raiser at his home in Mendham.
The Doctoral Residencies held in Accra, Ghana from March 2013 - February 2014 were successful with a total of 186 candidates from different countries including Thailand, Jordan, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Nigeria, Cayman Island, Canada, Zimbabwe, Kenya, South Africa, USA and Ghana.
Africa has made economic strides in the last several decades and will expand further in coming years due to political advancement, former Kenyan Prime Minister Raila Odinga argued on Tuesday, in a lecture on development and change on the African continent.
Among the latest inhabitants is a set of twin Visayan warty piglets, who were born to mother, Mabel, and father, Malcolm.
In Luanda's Jumbo supermarket, a half-liter tub of imported vanilla ice-cream used to cost $25, testament to the Angolan capital's rank as one of the world's most expensive cities.
These services are based on the newest global technology TD-LTE, which make sure a new, faster Internet experience with more stability and better reliability for Ivorian users.
Ghana defender Awal Mohammed insists he is not troubled by the inability of coach Kwesi Appiah to monitor him during his time in South Africa.
Deputy Secretary William Burns will travel April 22-23 to London where he will meet with senior United Kingdom government officials and representatives of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office to discuss bilateral and other foreign policy issues, including the crisis in Ukraine and the current situation in the Middle East and North Africa.
After traveling 250,000 miles through Dar al-Islam as Muslims call their world, career missiologist David Garrison came to a startling conclusion: Muslim background believers are leading Muslims to Christ in staggering numbers, but not in the West.