Tuesday, 23/10/2018 | 11:35 UTC+0
Libyan Newswire
  • Ban On Travellers From Ebola-Affected Countries

    South Africa has taken the decision to impose a total travel ban for all non-citizens traveling from identified high risk countries to limit the spread of Ebola to the country, unless the travel is considered absolutely essential. Addressing media at a…

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  • Presentations – South Africa’s HIV, TB Investment Case

    Experts’ presentations on South Africa’s HIV “investment case” made at a July consultation organised by the country’s national AIDS council. In 2011, UNAIDS released its investment framework, aimed at helping countries prioritise funding options amid a downturn in funding. Countries like Zimbabwe and Malawi have gone on to formulate national […]

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  • For Aspiring Nurse, Health Starts At Home

    Mothusi Thomo, 25, from Mabopane outside Pretoria is studying to be a nurse but is already active promoting health – and acceptance of different sexualities – in his own community. Thomo is currently studying at Pretoria’s Nicole Nurses Training School but is already working as a care worker at the […]

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  • No Sign of Ebola in SA

    Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi has dismissed claims that the Ebola Virus Disease has arrived in South Africa. This after the Democratic Alliance’s Jack Bloem caused a public panic with claims that a lady, from Guinea, who went into labour at the Rahima Moosa Hospital, west of Johannesburg, had contracted the […]

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