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Unisa profs step out of class to teach poor
Unisa profs step out of class to teach poor
With thousands of students countrywide protesting against being excluded from higher learning, a novel programme has quietly been taking education...
Diplomats kidnapped in Mali as chaos continues
Diplomats kidnapped in Mali as chaos continues
Armed Islamists stormed the Algerian consulate in north eastern Mali and abducted seven diplomats on Thursday amid fears that al-Qaeda-linked...
Somalia's al-Shabaab bans three aid agencies
Somalia's al-Shabaab bans three aid agencies
A Somali militant group with links to al-Qaeda on Monday announced it had banned three Christian aid agencies from its territory, and one aid group...
Travel restrictions add to HIV stigma
Travel restrictions add to HIV stigma
Restrictions prohibiting HIV-positive people from obtaining visas or permits to travel or work abroad adds to the global stigma around HIV. Christo...
Natural disasters 'more destructive than wars'
Natural disasters 'more destructive than wars'
Natural disasters are far more destructive than wars, and the damage will only worsen unless drastic change is taken to address global climate...
Burma: Killer wave claims thousands
Burma: Killer wave claims thousands
A powerful cyclone that slammed into Burma's Irrawaddy Delta triggered a massive wave that gave people nowhere to run, killing at least 15 000...
Tragedy unfolds in Bangladesh
Tragedy unfolds in Bangladesh
Four days after super cyclone Sidr killed more than 2 500 people in Bangladesh, rescuers were struggling to reach isolated areas along the...
Bangladesh cyclone toll nears 1 000
Bangladesh cyclone toll nears 1 000
A powerful cyclone ripped through Bangladesh on Friday leaving a trail of destruction that claimed an estimated 1 000 lives and caused hundreds of...
Plane crashes in DRC town
Plane crashes in DRC town
A passenger plane carrying 85 people crashed into a crowded neighbourhood in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) town of Goma on...
Aid agency reduces Darfur operations after attacks
Aid agency reduces Darfur operations after attacks
Relief agency World Vision has scaled back its operations in South Darfur after its staff suffered three attacks within a week, an agency official...

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