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SANParks appoints CEO: Dept

Fundisile Mketeni was appointed as the CEO of the SA National Parks (SANParks), the environmental affairs department said on Thursday.

SA steps up it's Ebola screening on incoming travellers

South Africa has upped its screening of arriving travellers in an effort to stop Ebola haemorrhagic fever entering the country, Minister in the Presidency Jeff Radebe said on Thursday.

No gain, no TB drugs

Pharmaceutical companies are decreasing their investment in TB even though multi-drug-resistant TB kills more than half the people who contract it.

Dewani ballistics fiasco

Shrien Dewani's defence team has made a mockery of the state's ballistics expert.

Repairs to ripped-up beaches

Most Durban beaches reopened to bathers yesterday, but the effects of last week's rough seas, fierce wind and heavy rain remained.

Mother of Ottawa shooter apologizes for all the pain

A woman who identified herself as the mother of the gunman who launched an attack on the Canadian Parliament said Thursday she was angry at her son and apologized for the pain and fright he had caused.