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  1. Rising Africa - In-depth with Mmat at i Ramawela part IIRead the original story

    Tuesday | Hotel Interactive

    Ramawela, CEO of the Tourism Business Council of South Africa, shares her thoughts on the future of her home country and this amazing continent. One of the things that have happened with the players is they are jostling for position.

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  2. Chinese-built Ebola center dedicated in LiberiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Norwalk Citizen News

    Chinese soldiers stand parade during the opening of a new Ebola virus clinic sponsored by China, in Monrovia, Liberia, Tuesday, Nov. 25, 2014, Liberia got another 100 treatment beds in the fight against Ebola on Tuesday, as yet another Sierra Leonean doctor became infected with the disease sweeping West Africa. Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf toured the Ebola treatment center built by China, calling it "first-class."

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  3. Drill, Baby, Drill: U.S. Keeps as OPEC Power WanesRead the original story

    Tuesday | Bloomberg

    The U.S. has the most to gain and the least to lose as Saudi Arabia gathers with its OPEC allies this week to discuss the cartel's response to falling crude prices. For the oil industry, a significant production cut by the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries would lift prices and profits across the board and help finance further U.S. energy innovation.

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  4. South Africa's response to Ebola outbreakRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Medical News

    Brand South Africa and the Department of Communications yesterday convened a high level discussion with stakeholders on how the country is responding to the Ebola outbreak in West Africa. The session, hosted in Pretoria, was attended by representatives from the Departments of Health, Tourism and Communications, South African Tourism, Wits University, Proudly SA, Airports Company South Africa , Southern African Tourism Services Association and South Africa Civil Aviation Authority .

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  5. New security measures in place for EA University games...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | New Vision

    By Shafik Ssenoga Eastern Africa University Games December 17-21 Participants have been guaranteed of security as they prepare for the upcoming Eastern Africa University Games scheduled for December 17-21 at Uganda Christian University in Mukono. "As security we are set for the event.

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  6. Keeping Up With the Cabinet: Our Trip to the Global Entrepreneurship SummitRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The White House

    President Obama and our Administration understand the importance of start-ups and small businesses to economic growth in the United States and around the world. As the Secretary of Commerce and the Administrator of the Small Business Administration , we were proud to represent the U.S. last week at the premier forum on entrepreneurship in the world: the Global Entrepreneurship Summit .

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  7. Travel Movie Tuesday: 'Out of Africa' Makes You Want to Get in AfricaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 24 | Jaunted

    From Audrey Hepburn and Gregory Peck falling in love in Rome to Julia Roberts circling the globe to find herself, film has played an important role in shaping both the golden years and current day of travel. Thus, we present our newest series, Travel Movie Tuesday , where we detail the most inspiring travel films.

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  8. Stratus Video Interpreting Offers Online Access to Medical...Read the original story

    Tuesday | Digital Post Production

    Following the recent Ebola epidemic in West Africa and subsequent cases treated in the United States, many American healthcare facilities are establishing and implementing infectious disease protocols as part of a formal Ebola preparedness plan. Among the considerations that should be addressed in such plans are interpretation services for deaf, hard-of-hearing and limited English proficiency patients with infectious diseases.

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  9. Nigerian princess shares importance of educationRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Norwalk Citizen News

    Dressed in her traditional royal attire, Princess Sweet Ufumwen Akenzua-Ebeigbe told about 70 Joshua Academy students on Monday morning that they are "truly blessed" to have such an impressive school environment, facilities and technology at their fingertips. None of the schools in Africa, where Ebeigbe is from, have facilities like the ones she saw at the charter school.

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  10. Kikawa replaces Otim on the Rugby 7s SquadRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | New Vision

    By Johnson Were Africa 7s tournament pools Pool A: South Africa, Tunisia, Madagascar, Zambia, Senegal and Botswana. Pool B: Kenya, Uganda, Zimbabwe, Nigeria, Namibia and Ivory Coast.

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  11. A New Online, Global Marketplace To Shop The World's Most Influential,...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | PRWeb

    DOKU was born out of the desire to support global design talent. It's exciting to know that our customers can be apart of that.

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  12. Bill would prohibit visas for foreigners from Ebola-stricken countriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Hill

    Rep. Mike Kelly has introduced legislation to prevent visas for people from countries afflicted by the Ebola virus. Kelly argued that the U.S. should take any means possible to limit spread of the disease.

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  13. 2. This is for new ad formatsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Mirror.co.uk

    So you're not interested in the arguments over farming subsidies or legal jurisdiction- but these upsides of the EU might get your attention... Being in the European Union costs the average British tax-payer 34 a year. That's how much it boils down to if you split up the UK's EU contribution.

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  14. 10 mind-blowing Oculus Rift experiments that reveal VR's practical potentialRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Network World

    The Oculus Rift's official consumer release is still months away, but that hasn't stopped developers from getting excited about the virtual reality headset and forging deeply innovative software that takes full advantage of VR's breathtaking potential. Although it was originally created for games , the Rift headset is already promising to transform more practical fields like tourism, filmmaking, medicine, architecture, space exploration, and the battlefield.

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  15. South Africa: Twin Peaks Legislation Expected to Reach Parly in MayRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | AllAfrica.com

    A draft bill aimed at reforming South Africa's financial regulatory system is expected to be tabled in May 2015, the National Treasury said on Tuesday. This comes after Cabinet first approved the proposal in 2011 that would allow the National Treasury to have enhanced regulation over the financial services sector to also protect it from the events of 2008 when a global meltdown had domino effects on several developed states.

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  16. VIZ Media Launches New Shojo Manga Series YukarismRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | SciFi Japan

    Historical Romance Depicts a Teenage Writer's Extraordinary Past Life as a Courtesan in Edo-era Japan Source: VIZ Media , MediaLab press releases Special Thanks to Jane Lui and Erik Jansen VIZ Media, LLC, the largest distributor and licensor of manga and anime in North America, entices shojo manga readers with the print and digital launch of the new series - Yukarism - on December 2nd. The nostalgia-tinted historical romance comes from creator Chika Shiomi, who is widely known among manga fans for her series Yukarism and Rasetsu .

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  17. South Africa: Between Cancer and Cure - Two Kilometres and a SalaryRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | AllAfrica.com

    Two breast cancer survivors are separated by less than two kilometres, but the gap in their access to treatment may be much wider. Thandi* is a 32-year-old social worker at a school in Makwassie, North West.

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  18. Ramstein commander tackles Ebola on several frontsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Stars and Stripes

    One of Brig. Gen. Patrick Mordente's first tasks when deploying to West Africa nearly two months ago was to assess the viability of Liberia's international, single-runway airport and other supply channels into the Ebola-stricken region.

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  19. Dubai Land Department launches "Center for Sustainable Cities"Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | AME Info

    Our client is seeking an Internal Communications Professional who will be responsible for internal communications content that is delivered to the business including reminders, memos, executive emails, sponsorships, contests, fundraisers, marketing material, and job descriptions. Responsibilities will include: - Manage internal communications output.

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  20. Safeguarding the state from the spread of EbolaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | KITV-TV

    The Ebola epidemic has been growing exponentially. In just the last two months, the number of cases has doubled in West Africa, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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