• 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
• Cholera infections still ravaging Zimbabwe
• Egypt’s religious swine killings and unreligious lies
• Ethiopia: Ministry of Health challenges UN report
• Jhpiego’s Dr. Harshad Sanghvi receives international health award
• Ethiopian MoH muscles in on the swine flu - A/H1NI
• Swine flu: A big hype or a looming death sentence?
• Egypt persecutes Christian pig farmers in the name of swine flu
• Madagascar: On the slippery slope to hunger
• Swine flu: Africa spared from A/H1N1?
• Swine flu: All eyes on an unprepared South Africa
• Nigeria tackles swine flu and environmental issues
• South African swine flu cases: "No need to panick"
• Swine flu alert: Can Africa cope with a pandemic?
• Black women seeking clitoris reconstruction not a luxury
• Zambia: Withdrawing 5800 health licences to save lives?
• Nigeria: Pfizer and Kano opt for out of court settlement
• Cigarette smoke harmful to kids and kills one out of two...
• Zambia records falling rates in HIV related deaths
• Malaria: Scientific breakthrough to wipe off malaria
• Zimbabwe still in dire straits