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Ebola deaths in West Africa ‘pass 3000′ – WHO

Ebola deaths in West Africa ‘pass 3000′ – WHO

26 Sep 2014 Last updated during 22:42 Ebola has widespread fast in a influenced countries, partly since many miss using water The genocide fee from a Ebola conflict in West Africa has upheld 3,000, a World Health Organization (WHO) says. The latest total prove that some-more than 6,500 people are believed to have been putrescent […]

Rugby Championship: South Africa better Australia

Rugby Championship: South Africa better Australia

Two late tries by captain Jean de Villiers and another from Pat Lambie helped South Africa kick Australia in a Rugby Championship in Cape Town. The Springboks trailed 10-5 during a mangle though a Handre Pollard chastisement cut a opening early in a second half. The home side finished strongly in a final 10 mins […]

South Africa kick Australia interjection to late prop from Jean de Villiers

South Africa kick Australia interjection to late prop from Jean de Villiers

A extensive late scoring detonate gave South Africa feat over Australia and took them second in a Rugby Championship. Marcell Coetzee’s try gave South Africa a 13th-minute lead and, nonetheless Australia led 10-5 during half-time – Bernard Foley with a chastisement and Adam Ashley-Cooper fast adding a converted try – they were hold scoreless in […]

Get your Africa contribution right: websites find to branch upsurge of misinformation

Get your Africa contribution right: websites find to branch upsurge of misinformation

What do these statements about Africa have in common? A white rancher is killed each 5 days in South Africa. Earlier this year Nigerian Islamists Boko Haram burnt 375 Christians alive. The Democratic Republic of Congo is a rape collateral of a world. Johannesburg is a world’s biggest synthetic forest. Answer: notwithstanding being widely accepted, […]

South Africa rand hits lows on economy fears

South Africa rand hits lows on economy fears

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Tourists Urged to Avoid Ebola Zone in West Africa

Tourists Urged to Avoid Ebola Zone in West Africa

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Electricity in Africa

Electricity in Africa

THE stylishly dressed group and women window-shopping in a air-conditioned cold of a Lagos Palms selling mall pronounce of a Nigerian economy and center category on a rise. But out a back, a stink of diesel smoke unresolved heavily in a humid pleasant atmosphere is justification of failings that are holding behind Africa’s biggest economy: […]

TB Joshua church collapse: South Africans intend to sue

TB Joshua church collapse: South Africans intend to sue

25 Sep 2014 Last updated during 15:25 A South African rescue group was sent to a site in Lagos to assistance find survivors Two South Africans who mislaid kin when a church hostel in Lagos collapsed have told a BBC they intend to sue Nigerian reverend TB Joshua. The dual men, who both mislaid sisters […]

Briefing: west Africa’s Ebola crisis

Briefing: west Africa’s Ebola crisis

What’s a story? West Africa is experiencing a biggest dispute of Ebola pathogen illness ever known, causing thousands of deaths, harmful frail medical systems and deleterious a economies of states, some of that are still recuperating from polite war. Since a beginnings in southern Guinea in December, a illness – that is transmitted between humans […]

Ebola drains already diseased West African health systems

Ebola drains already diseased West African health systems

24 Sep 2014 Last updated during 12:30 By Farouk Chothia BBC Africa Please spin on JavaScript. Media requires JavaScript to play. Abba Abashi, Liberian-Nigerian student: “My silent held me crying” The lethal Ebola pathogen depredation Sierra Leone and Liberia has pushed already diseased medical systems into complete care. While tellurian efforts have been focused on […]

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