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- EU boosts Ebola aid for west Africa to €1 billion
- Nigeria keeper Enyeama urges CAF to cancel Afcon over Ebola fears
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- IS attack on Syrian border town Kobane stalls amid US air assault
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Cash-in-transit robbers and ATM bombers made off with millions of rands in two separate attacks - and not a shot was fired.
The amount of hidden sugar in processed food is slowly killing us.
Does the commonly used progesterone contraceptive injection increase the risk of a woman contracting HIV?
Water supply to millions of South Africans could be under threat if the proposed development of a coal mine near a Rand Water pump station in the Vaal goes ahead.