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Battle in Brussels over Zimbabwe ban

Representatives from the European Union and African, Caribbean and Pacific group of countries were meeting in Brussels on Monday morning in a last-ditch effort to save a EU-ACP joint parliamentary assembly.

UN plans to use tourism to fight poverty

The World Tourism Organisation (WTO) and the UN Conference on Trade and Development (Unctad) have joined forces in a new initiative to promote tourism as a tool to eliminate poverty.

Speed is of the essence in dealing with HIV/Aids

Scientists and health officials meeting in Somerset West on Monday criticised what they believed was the cool response of the developed world towards investing in an African Aids vaccine.

Axe hangs over forestry deal

Empowerment company Zama Resources will know on Wednesday whether it will remain the preferred bidder in a multi-million rand forestry privatisation deal tarnished by a bribery scandal.

Team puts ‘flawed’ arms probe to bed

Parliament has written what is likely to be the final chapter on almost two years of political wrangling around the joint investigating team's probe into the multi-billion rand arms deal.

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