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  1. Walking on the wild side in ZambiaRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Kidderminster Shuttle

    Listening to someone noisily chew their food isn't especially pleasant, but I find myself mesmerised by the loud-mouth diner munching his evening meal just five metres away from me. As his jaw pounds heavily up and down, greens hanging from his bottom lip, I'm gripped by what is a essentially a mundane daily activity.

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  2. Simsbury Troop 175 Scouts Raft the Mighty Zambezi River in AfricaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Patch.com

    Sixteen members of Simsbury's Boy Scout Troop 175 flew to Livingstone, Zambia in August to raft the mighty Zambezi River, considered one of the top three white water rivers in the world. Zambezi rafting begins at the bottom of Victoria Falls, one of the natural wonders of the world.

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  3. Ken Hall: Separating sense from nonsense on EbolaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Times Herald-Record

    ... outbreak in West Africa with their own, differing levels of concern and response. When we flew into Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe, before they would issue visas they checked passports to see if we had been in any of the affected countries and took our ...

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  4. First Entrepreneurship Field Training held for African site managers and community representativesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 21 | World Heritage Centre News

    Following the first African World Heritage entrepreneurship training workshops , which took place in Ghana and Senegal in May 2014, a three-week Anglophone Entrepreneurship Field Training Workshop for World Heritage site managers and community representatives from Africa was organized from 22 September to 10 October in Livingstone, Zambia.

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  5. Zimbabwe: SAA Mulls More Flights to ZimRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 21 | AllAfrica.com

    South African Airways has applied for seven additional flights into Victoria Falls to cater for growing demand from intercontinental destinations, a senior official with SAA has said. Regional general manager for Africa and Middle East Mr Aaron Munetsi said that SAA had applied to the Civil Aviation Authority of Zimbabwe and Ministry of Transport and Infrastructural Development for more slots into the resort destination.

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  6. Sarah Marshall walks on the wild side in ZambiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 20 | Basingstoke Gazette

    LISTENING to someone noisily chew their food isn't especially pleasant, but I find myself mesmerised by the loud-mouth diner munching his evening meal just five metres away from me. As his jaw pounds heavily up and down, greens hanging from his bottom lip, I'm gripped by what is a essentially a mundane daily activity.

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  7. Ebola: Africa's image takes a hitRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 20 | Bioscience Technology

    In the United States, some parents fearful of deadly Ebola pulled children out of a school after the principal returned from Zambia, an African nation far from the area hit by the disease. In Geneva, a top U.N. official warned against anti-African discrimination fueled by fears of Ebola. 6 comments

  8. Ebola perceptions: Disease ravages small part of Africa, but whole continent seen as affectedRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 19 | 680News

    In the United States, some parents fearful of deadly Ebola pulled children out of a school after the principal returned from Zambia, an African nation far from the area hit by the disease. In Geneva, a top U.N. official warned against anti-African discrimination fueled by fears of Ebola.

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  9. Zimbabwe: Teachers Abandon Classes to Queue for Cash At Afrasia BankRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 19 | AllAfrica.com

    THE cash crisis continues unabated at the troubled AfrAsia Bank, forcing teachers who have accounts with the bank in the Matabeleland region to abandon classes for days while trying to get their pay from the bank in Bulawayo City. The bank, formerly known as Kingdom, has been facing cash challenges resulting in its clients failing to get their monies.

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  10. .com | Its Independence jubileeRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 18 | News24

    And God told Moses: "Consecrate the fiftieth year and proclaim liberty throughout the land to all its inhabitants. It shall be a jubilee for you; each of you is to return to your family property and to your own clan.

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  11. 'Suicidal Policies' Put Investors Off Zim - SA Marketing ExpertRead the original story

    Saturday Oct 18 | Customer Interaction Solutions

    A TOP South African marketer has said Zimbabwe's economy is suffering because business is led by politicians whose decisions set the wrong tone for investment. Khethelo Mazibuko, who is managing director of Mind Asset Solutions in South Africa, was presenting a paper on marketing and politics at a conference of marketers in Victoria Falls on Thursday.

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  12. Zimbabwe: 'Suicidal Policies' Put Investors Off Zim - SA Marketing ExpertRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 18 | AllAfrica.com

    A TOP South African marketer has said Zimbabwe's economy is suffering because business is led by politicians whose decisions set the wrong tone for investment. Khethelo Mazibuko, who is managing director of Mind Asset Solutions in South Africa, was presenting a paper on marketing and politics at a conference of marketers in Victoria Falls on Thursday.

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  13. Simsbury Scout Troop Takes Global Approach To AdventuryRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 17 | The Hartford Courant

    Troop 175 has hiked Mount Kilimanjaro twice, sailed through the Belize barrier reef, and discovered a species of monkey that had never been cataloged during an expedition through the Amazon. "We're a rather unique troop," said Mead, who became the scoutmaster of the troop eight years ago.

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  14. Zimbabwe: Allaying Investor Fears Over Ebola KeyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 16 | AllAfrica.com

    ZIMBABWE has lost more than US$7,5 million in potential earnings due to reckless and false statements on the Ebola virus. The deadly disease has killed thousands of people in West Africa and, morally, people could do the country a lot of good by desisting from making unnecessary remarks about an epidemic that has caused strife elsewhere, but is still to visit their borders.

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  15. Globetrotter: From Fiji snorkeling to Andean Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 16 | SFGate

    Los Angeles: Book at least a two-night hotel stay before Nov. 14 and receive two free admissions and store discounts at more than 20 area museums, including Huntington Library, the Norton Simon Museum and the Battleship Iowa. www.discoverlosangeles.com/museumseason Fiji: Nanuku Resort & Spa Fiji, the first all-inclusive, all-villa resort on the main island of Viti Levu, offers free ocean activities such as paddleboarding and snorkeling along its 2-mile beach.

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  16. Reversing the Prejudice against the King of the SkiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 16 | GlobeNewswire

    A kettle of vultures swirls menacingly above, haunting the skies in anxious anticipation of their future meal's demise. Attracted to the sick, suffering, and nearly deceased, these winged beasts have a grotesque appearance and sinister reputation that makes them fit to star in a Halloween nightmare .

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  17. Ebola: What the U.S. can learn from the AfricansRead the original story

    Tuesday Oct 14 | Power Line

    ... All arriving passengers in Johannesburg are scanned by an infrared device to detect fevers. In Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe, I was asked whether I had been to West Africa and was given a brochure on Ebola. At the Botswana border, a team of white-coated ...

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  18. Forging links across the worldRead the original story

    Tuesday Oct 14 | Northumberland Today

    Students at an Alnwick school are set to forge links with youngsters in South Africa, thanks to the work of a former pupil. As part of their Year 5 geography project, children at the Duke's Middle School are following the travels of ex-student, Ellen Puddephatt.

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  19. Some perspective on Ebola in the U.S.Read the original story

    Monday Oct 13 | Los Angeles Times

    ... All arriving passengers in Johannesburg are scanned by an infrared device to detect fevers. In Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe, I was asked whether I had been to West Africa and was given a brochure on Ebola. At the Botswana border, a team of white-coated ...

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  20. World Bank Pushes Private Sector for Major Investments in InfrastructureRead the original story

    Thursday Oct 9 | Inter Press Service

    A new road is built near Victoria Falls on the Zimbabwe-Zambia border. Credit: David Brossard/cc by 2.0 - The World Bank has initiated a major call to action for private sector investors around infrastructure projects in developing countries.

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