• Five dead in Uganda due to killer disease
• Police shot Striking mineworker in Rustenburg to dead
• Armed rebel groups Hinders the fight against cholera in Nyamilima.
• Guinea government still remain voiceless on the culprits of September, 28 massacre
• Professor Gottlieb honored by Queen Elizabeth II
• The Global Fund Welcomes U.S. Budget Allocation of US$1.05 billion for 2011
• Swine flu - A/H1N1 influenza: 2010 World Cup threatened?
• Swine flu - A/H1N1 influenza: Symptoms and treatment
• Homosexuals and AIDS: Confronting a dangerous African taboo
• HIV/AIDS: First South African vaccine being tested in Cape Town and Soweto
• Diabetes: Arab world, North Africa, African-Americans hit by diabetic scourge
• Ethiopian Minister of Health appointed by the Global Fund as chair
• Why Do African-Americans Fare Worse With Cancer?
• Zimbabwe: The conflict of constitutionalism and a non-English speaking North Korean doctor!
• Ethiopia: Concerns over health preparedness grows as Swine flu (A/H1N1) cases rise
• Lessons on Malaria control from The Gambia
• Polio making a troubling comeback in Nigeria
• Tuberculosis affecting millions as cases double
• Rabies introduced to Africa by Europeans 200 years ago?
• Ethiopia quarantines several against ’Swine Flu’
• South Africa tackles its first case of ’Swine Flu’ A(H1N1)
• Zimbabwe: The Global Fund ceases direct funds to government agencies
• Does swine flu spread to 74 countries make it pandemic?
• Egypt’s much ado about nothing as swine flu hits
• South African Doctors and Bus drivers earn the same
• Swazi Politican wants HIV+ people’s buttocks branded