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1 hr ago | Reuters
Russian President Vladimir Putin begins a six-day tour of Latin America on Friday, seeking greater influence in the backyard of the United States while under pressure from the West to help restrain pro-Russian separatists in Ukraine.
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1 hr ago | AllAfrica.com
Business confidence remained subdued in June 2014 as further adverse economic developments caused the SACCI Business Confidence Index to linger below 90 index points.
4 hrs ago | Iol.co.za
"Mamphela Ramphele put an enormous amount into founding this movement. She travelled the length and breadth of South Africa to establish support for a new party, and raised R30 million in cash donations based purely on her own good name," said outgoing spokesman Philip Machanik.
5 hrs ago | The Washington Post
Angela Dike was showing clients how to make duck red curry and chocolate spring rolls in her Thai cooking class when hail stones as big as golf balls started slamming into the 18 cars parked outside.
But stunning vistas from Sydney to South Africa and Copenhagen to Canada could inspire Southampton 's own A 450million Royal Pier development.
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South Africa's famous horse endurance event, an eye-watering, bum-numbing ride of over 210km, takes place annually in Fauresmith in the southern Free State.
Cashmere Streater, who grew up in New Haven, had never met anyone from Zimbabwe, let alone an African businessman developing power plants there.
The Ebola outbreak in West Africa has hit "unprecedented" proportions, according to relief workers on the ground, with the WHO reporting 844 cases including 518 deaths since the epidemic began in March.
Members of the Mbo-Munyang Development Association will visit the Tifton community next week for their national convention, and they're inviting the Tifton community to join them for a fun celebration and "a taste of Africa and southern hospitality."
More than 50 African leaders will descend on Washington in less than a month for the White House's first-ever Africa Summit, which the administration has billed as a historic opportunity to promote its own Africa initiatives, identify trade partners, and foster much-needed counterterrorism cooperation across the continent.
Choreographer Reggie Wilson re-read Zora Neale Hurston's "Moses, Man of the Mountain" as he set off on a trip to Israel, Egypt and Turkey.
But the 69-year-old Harrisburg resident, who holds several weightlifting world records in his age bracket - he can bench press 330 pounds on a good day and once put up 350 pounds - isn't a powerlifter for bragging rights.
Newlands mother Louise Egedal Johnson felt like a criminal when she was ordered to leave South Africa, her home for more than a decade, and escorted onto a plane to Denmark with her 2-year-old son, Samuel.
Dubai continues to climb the ranks in the world's top 10 destinations and recently became the fifth most favorite hotspot for travelers, ahead of New York and other popular cities in Europe, a new MasterCard study revealed on Wednesday.
Patuma, a woman who received a loan and small business training to help start her own bakery, makes bread in Malawi, Africa.
Updated: Fri Jul 11, 2014 05:24 am
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