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HAVANA (Reuters) - Cuba sent 216 healthcare workers to South Africa on Saturday, the latest of more than 20 medical brigades it has sent worldwide to combat the coronavirus pandemic, in what some call socialist solidarity and others medical diplomacy.
DAKAR (Reuters) - Dressed in hooded medical suits and protective goggles, Senegal's activist hip-hop group Y'en a Marre rap about washing hands, disposing of used tissues and avoiding crowds in their latest release: 'Shield against Coronavirus.'
Reading is for everybody says Brazilian teenager, who set up a community library in a Rio shantytown.
KUCHING: A Sarawakian student has received the inaugural Tunku Putra-HELP Young Innovator and Researcher Award in recognition of his achievements.
LONDON (AFP): The City of London Corporation on Thursday (March 5) revoked an honour granted to Aung San Suu Kyi over the treatment of minority Rohinghya Muslims in Myanmar.
How do individuals suffering from chronic illnesses cope with the end of sex life?
NELSON Mandela said in the inauguration of the Laureus World Sports Awards back in 2000: “Sports has the power to change the world.”
CAPE TOWN (Reuters) - World champions South Africa will host New Zealand in Nelspruit during this year's Rugby Championship, with all three of the Springboks' home matches in the competition to be played at altitude.
IT’S a record for a Malaysian educationist, probably even the world, to single-handedly set up seven universities in Africa – and Tan Sri Lim Kok Wing has done just that.
A stone's throw from Nelson Mandela's former home in South Africa's Soweto township, Dumile Badela's restaurant is now more hectic and lucrative than ever, thanks to Uber Eats, his hungriest customer yet.