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Listeria outbreak: Why your back-to-school lunch box staples may be dangerous
Listeria outbreak: Why your back-to-school lunch box staples may be dangerous
South Africa’s ongoing spate of listeria cases has claimed more than 60 lives in what the World Health Organisation (WHO) is now calling the...
WHO: South Africa's listeriosis outbreak 'largest ever'
WHO: South Africa's listeriosis outbreak 'largest ever'
The World Health Organisation has said South Africa's Listeria outbreak, with nearly 750 confirmed cases, is believed to be the largest-ever...
Fighting the spread of fake drugs in Africa
Fighting the spread of fake drugs in Africa
"I can't differentiate between fake drugs and correct drugs."
Letters to the editor: December 1 to 7
Letters to the editor: December 1 to 7
Eusebius McKaiser is right to say “Mugabe did not wake up one morning and decide to be an autocrat. It was a slow slide ...” (“We dismiss Zim lessons at our peril”)....
What's PM 2.5 and why is the New Delhi smog so bad?
What's PM 2.5 and why is the New Delhi smog so bad?
Enveloped by a thick, choking shroud of toxic smog, New Delhi has declared a public health emergency.
A quarter of the world will be African by 2050
A quarter of the world will be African by 2050
Africa’s population is growing even faster than previously thought, according to new projections published on October 26 by the United Nations...
Robert Mugabe no longer ambassador for WHO
Robert Mugabe no longer ambassador for WHO
The Zimbabwean government has reportedly said that the World Health Organisation (WHO) was the "biggest loser" following its decision to revoke the...
The hard labour of pregnancy
The hard labour of pregnancy
In the Liberian town of Smell No Taste, a 28-year-old woman overcame unimaginably horrific odds only to inadvertently become the face of maternal...
Dutch, Belgians launch raids as Europe egg scandal grows
Dutch, Belgians launch raids as Europe egg scandal grows
Dutch and Belgian investigators launched joint raids on Thursday over Europe's insecticide-tainted egg scare as Britain said it had imported far...
Let us be childless by choice
Let us be childless by choice
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Without aid, who will pay for African healthcare?
Without aid, who will pay for African healthcare?
In Kigali, at the World Health Organisation’s first ever Africa Health Forum, delegates have given themselves one not-so-simple task: to provide...
Football like you've never seen it: On the pitch with this blind soccer team
Football like you've never seen it: On the pitch with this blind soccer team
The set-up couldn’t have been more perfect. The ball landed softly in front of Mostafa Abdel Rahman and he tapped it forward, picking up speed....

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