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on Tue Sep 30 6:50 AM

Digitising Maps of Malaria Hotspots to Save Lives (Page 1 of 2)

ALL AFRICA

[SciDev.Net]Cape Town -Munyaradzi Makoni reports on how a mapping collaboration between Europe and Africa has helped in tackling malaria.
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on Thu Sep 25 6:37 AM

Home Affairs Ready to Process Zimbabwe Applications

ALL AFRICA

[SAnews.gov.za]Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba has announced that his department is ready to process the Zimbabwe Special Permits applications.
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on Wed Sep 24 11:03 AM

Five epic sporting encounters | Sport

THE GUARDIAN

The encounter between Liverpool and Middlesbrough in the third round of the Capital One Cup last night resulted in a memorable penalty shoot-out. But other sports have also had their epic confrontations Continue reading...
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on Tue Sep 23 11:00 PM

Three activists discuss climate change actions

DAILYKOS

Child Laborer, Newberry, South Carolina, photographed in 1908 by Lewis H. Hine, a sociologist who used the camera to document conditions in which young American children worked in the early 1900s. At Democracy Now on Tuesday, Amy Goodman and...
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on Tue Sep 23 9:25 PM

Can developed and developing nations unite on energy issues?

PBS NEWSHOUR

Watch Video | Listen to the AudioRELATED LINKSObama: U.S. part of climate problem, but all nations need to work on it Where does the global community stand on climate change action? Making sense of this week’s climate change news JEFFREY BROWN:...
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on Tue Sep 23 5:06 AM

South Africa spent £2.4bn to host the 2010 World Cup. What happened next? | Quinton Fortune | Football

THE GUARDIAN

Judging by local attendances and Bafana Bafanas results, the four years since have been disappointing. But there is an abundance of talent and youth development is finally a priorityIt is now more than four years since South Africa hosted a very...
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on Tue Sep 23 5:06 AM

South Africa spent £2.4bn to host the 2010 World Cup. What happened next? | Quinton Fortune | Football

THE GUARDIAN

Judging by local attendances and Bafana Bafanas results, the four years since have been disappointing. But there is an abundance of talent and youth development is finally a priority Continue reading...
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on Mon Sep 22 10:52 AM

UN ready for climate change talks in New York - environment - 22 September 2014

NEW SCIENTIST

World leaders and big business are heading to the UN climate talks in New York, where secretary general Ban Ki-moon hopes to see improved ambition on emissions
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on Mon Sep 22 12:56 AM

Rare chance to glimpse amazing hidden architecture

CNN

Open House festivals allow snooping in homes and landmarks normally closed to public
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on Fri Sep 19 1:07 PM

BBC News - Africa in pictures: 12-18 September 2014

BBC NEWS

Water suitcase, giggling girls and ballet dancers
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