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Gay People Blast Zimbabwean Govt Over Alleged Plans to Carry Genitalia Surgeries

Harare: A Zimbabwean government hospital is reportedly compiling a register of people with ambiguous genitalia to undergo surgery, sparking an angry response from homosexuals...

Korea Joins Ebola Fight in DRC

Kinshasa: KOREA has pledged half a million United States dollars to the World Health Organisation (WHO) to ramp up its fight against the...

Over 1.2 million Somali Children Malnourished

Mogadishu: Over 5.4 million Somali people are food insecure, with 1.2 million children projected to be malnourished owing to hunger induced drought,...

Half of East And Southern Africa Hit By Cholera

Almost half of the countries in Eastern and Southern Africa region (ESAR) have been affected by cholera outbreaks since the beginning of 2019, a...

UN Condemns Attack On DRC Ebola Treatment Centre

Kinshasa: THE United Nations (UN) has condemned an attack on an Ebola treatment centre in the Democratic Republic of the Congo on Friday, which led...

Angola’s Ailing Former President Seeks Treatment in Spain

Luanda - The former president of Angola, José Eduardo dos Santos, traveled early on Tuesday in a commercial flight from Luanda...

How Indigenous Rooibos Tea Could Help Tackle Some Diseases?-Study Gets Funding

In line with one of its main strategic objectives, the SA Rooibos Council (SARC) is ramping up research efforts to better understand exactly how...

Now Agencies Battle to Curb Cholera in Cyclone Hit Mozambique

Maputo: Aid workers responding to Cyclone Idai in Mozambique are racing to prevent a second humanitarian crisis with more than 1,000 survivors...

Cape Town Leads in Cutting-Edge HIV/Aids Research

Cape Town: Western Cape based Desmond Tutu TB Centre (DTTC), in partnership with the Western Cape Government and the City of Cape...

Zimbabwe, Uganda and Tanzania Record High Cholera Fatality Rates

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || ).push({}); Approximately, 1,681 cholera cases including 13 deaths have been...