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The Democratic Alliance welcomed on Thursday the travel ban for non-South Africans from countries affected by the Ebola virus outbreak.
HEALTH authorities in Ireland suspect a man who died after returning from Africa had been infected with the Ebola virus.
The chaos and fear of the Ebola virus epidemic in West Africa is hitting home for members of the Friends in Jesus International Church of the Nazarene in Sacramento.
Former Wall Street trader Paul Newman had been searching for the right home for a long time.
In a global transportation price comparison, the United States ranked as the 22nd least expensive country out of the 51 compared by bus, train and plane travel.
As the World Health Organization ramps up its response to the unprecedented outbreak of the Ebola virus disease in West Africa, the wider United Nations, led by Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, has launched a system-wide coordination initiative to assist Guinea, Liberia, Nigeria, and Sierra Leone in their efforts to halt the spread of the virus, ... (more)
Capetown is without a doubt the unrivaled gay jewel of South Africa. You'll certainly feel at home in Greenpoint enjoying a martini at Crew Bar, or meeting new friends and shaking it to the Kylie remixes at Bronx Bar.
A FORMER council leader, who died last week, had recently returned from Nigeria sparking concerns he had died from Ebola, it has emerged.
Ghana defender John Paintsil has secured his much-awaited work visa paving way for him to earn his debut with Maritzburg United.
At first glance, "All Our Names" seems to be a straightforward immigrant story. A young man, carrying the name of Isaac on his passport, has come from Uganda to Laurel, a small Midwestern town, on a one-year student visa.
The senior United Nations coordinator on the Ebola virus says he will travel to Africa later this week.
Liberia's president declared a curfew and ordered security forces to quarantine a slum home to at least 50,000 people late Tuesday as the West African country battled to stop the spread of Ebola in the capital.
Chenin Blanc, the most widely planted grape in South Africa, is a varietal once considered by some to be "cheap and cheerful quaff," but it is now gaining an appreciation around the globe.
President Michael Sata is expected to leave the country for medical treatment abroad this evening, a State House source tells Zambia Reports.
Medeama president Moses Armah has hit back at the father of Theophilus Anoobah, labeling his unwarranted attacks as unfortunate, baseless, wicked and ill-informed.
Updated: Fri Aug 22, 2014 03:48 am
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