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Mountainous regions with relatively cold climates that are unsuitable for the malaria parasite and the mosquitoes that transmit - but there have been indications, for example from modelling studies, that with climate change this protection will wear off .
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8 hrs ago | Examiner.com
What's better than the privilege of traveling on one of the world's most lavish trains? Receiving a complimentary hotel night at a stunning hotel to add onto your journey, that's what.
10 hrs ago | Iol.co.za
Just six months into his job as head of the corruption-busting Special Investigation Unit , Durban advocate Vas Soni is facing a countrywide revolt by staff who accuse him of closing investigations and running the unit like a "spaza shop".
Len Webber says he is hopeful that his decision to leave the Tory party and sit as an independent will inspire others to do the same "to have the premier gone."
Motorized Intervention Brigade in Ebolowa have left the South Regional capital of Ebolowa for Yaounde to begin formalities leading to their peacekeeping mission in the Republic of Central Africa.
Years before Paul Simon found success mixing South African Zulu music with Western folk, British-born singer-songwriter Johnny Clegg was innovating a similar sound.
Travis FrugA©, who has worked and traveled extensively in Africa, has initiated a Kickstarter campaign for Knoxville-based Noble Traders, a business that will be importing djembes from artists in West Africa.
Everybody knows that there's no such a thing as a "free lunch." Now, let's see how good the Black Press is explaining to audiences about Morocco and the disputed territory of Western Sahara.
This will determine the quantity of earth to be moved and stored for reclamation purposes.
TAKING advantage of the sheer number of music lovers who descend on the Mother City for the Cape Town International Jazz Festival, an enterprising group have cottoned on to the idea of running a fringe music festival.
Bill Roberts had his life saved 25 years ago along the Pepper Coast of Africa, and he wasn’t even there.
Alberta Premier Alison Redford said that she would not have attended Nelson Mandela's funeral in South Africa late last year if she knew it would turn out to cost taxpayers $45,000.
Djordje Ozbolt sculpted 'Made in Africa ' for an art show at London's Herald St Gallery in October, 2013.
Decorex Cape Town, taking place at the CTICC from 25-28 April 2014 is already shaping up to deliver design delight, as it supports Cape Town as the World Design Capital 2014.
Britain today pledged funding of A 119 million towards a telescope so powerful it will be able to tune in to alien TV.
TOURISM has emerged the top foreign exchange earner last year and basing on its great potential, the sector has much to be confident about in 2014.
On January 23, I was walking home from a shopping sojourn in the mega-urban environs of Garden City.