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05 December 2018 6:33 PM Gabon president Bongo 'doing well' in Morocco after illness: PM

Gabon's President Ali Bongo is recovering well after being hospitalised in Morocco, his prime minister said after the two met in the capital Rabat. The 59-year-old president, who fell ill on October 24 at an economic forum, arrived in Morocco last week following a month's treatment at a hospital in Saudi Arabia for an illness that has not been officially 27

04 December 2018 8:06 AM Zimbabwe doctors strike demanding better pay and conditions

The southern African nation is short of United States dollars, the currency it adopted in 2009, causing price spikes and shortages of basic goods, medicines, and fuel. Mathabisi Bebhe, secretary general of the Zimbabwe Hospital Doctors Association, which represents more than 1 000 members, said on Monday that most junior doctors at the five major hospitals 20

03 December 2018 8:37 PM Canada's Stevenson 'stable' in hospital after losing title fight

Montreal - Canadian boxer Adonis Stevenson remained sedated in hospital but his condition improved to "stable," his doctors said Monday after the fighter lost his World Boxing Council light heavyweight title to Ukrainian Oleksandr Gvozdyk. "He is still in the intensive care unit and under controlled sedation," the University Hospital of Quebec said in a statement 20

23 November 2018 10:08 AM Increasing migration into Gauteng placing burden on service delivery

Migration into Gauteng seems to be one of the challenges which the provincial government struggles to deal with, and health facilities seem to be carrying the burden. The National Council of Provinces' (NCOP) chairperson Thandi Modise on Thursday asked President Cyril Ramaphosa to address the matter urgently. Summarising concerns that Ekurhuleni residents 25

13 November 2018 3:38 PM Gabon opposition party raises temperature on Bongo's health

A Gabonese opposition party on Tuesday accused the government of peddling a "lie" over the health of President Ali Bongo after he was hospitalised in Saudi Arabia nearly three weeks ago. "A group of people within the president's office has opted for evasiveness, duplicity and even (for telling) a state lie," the National Union party said in a statement 26

11 November 2018 11:40 AM Injured Sri Lanka skipper out of second Test

Colombo - Sri Lanka's skipper Dinesh Chandimal will miss the second Test against England after injuring himself in the opening match of the series, the cricket board said Sunday. It is also doubtful he will return for the third and final Test after being ruled out by doctors for two weeks, Sri Lanka Cricket said. Suranga Lakmal will lead Sri Lanka while 34

09 November 2018 8:05 AM Gabon ruling party panel urges clarity over hospitalised president

Senior figures in Gabon's ruling party on Thursday called on the government to clarify the condition of President Ali Bongo, whose hospitalisation in Saudi Arabia has fuelled speculation that he is incapacitated. The consultative committee of the Gabonese Democratic Party (PDG) said clarity was necessary to "reassure the public" at a time "of wild rumours 28

08 November 2018 9:36 AM Beloved radio presenter Ian Ward diagnosed with terminal cancer

Cape Town - For the past 20 years, Ian Ward has dedicated his life to radio, starting his career on the graveyard shift on UCT Radio and then presenting for Good Hope FM and Heart FM. Other than his work in front of the mic, Ian also founded Clicks Live, a retail radio station operating in all Clicks stores across South Africa. Five years ago, Ian received 100

08 November 2018 6:42 AM Nuclear meds can cure cancer, and it's nothing to be scared of

This according to the CEO of the South African Nuclear Energy Corporation (Necsa), Phumzile Tshelane. Speaking at a press conference in Rosebank on Wednesday, Tshelane said nuclear technology not only helps with quicker diagnosis of cancer, but can be used in treatment as well. "Firstly, the undergraduate degree programme [for doctors] doesn't include 61

08 November 2018 6:19 AM Mauritania buses collide killing 11

at least 11 Eleven people were killed and 44 injured on Wednesday when two buses collided on a road between Mauritania's capital Nouakchott and the central city of Aleg, doctors and police said. Five passengers died in the crash and six more on their way to hospital in Aleg, a doctor said. The 11 comprised six Mauritanians, two Ivorians, two Togolese 30