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Roses and thorns for govt on Aids day

2nd December 2003 The World Health Organisation (WHO) announced in Geneva, Switzerland, that three new generic products had been added the list of medicines used in... 

US welcomes unofficial peace initiatives

2nd December 2003 US Middle East envoy William Burns here yesterday welcomed the unofficial initiatives launched by Israeli and Palestinian groups for a final peace... 

Union blames rand for renewed job losses

1st December 2003 The Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) said at the weekend that it was disturbed by the latest Statistics South Africa's report... 

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Three million Aids patients to get drugs by 2005-UN

1st December 2003 Two UN agencies fighting against HIV/Aids unveiled an ambitious programme today to provide anti-retroviral drugs to three million people in... 

Zim’s by-election calm after intimidation claims

1st December 2003 Voting in a key by-election in Zimbabwe, marred on its first day by opposition claims of intimidation, entered its second and final day yesterday... 

Syria hands over 22 Istanbul bomb suspects

1st December 2003 The investigation into the deadly suicide bombings in Istanbul took a major step forward yesterday when Syria handed over 22 Turkish suspects... 

Powell prepares for Europe, Africa

1st December 2003 US Secretary of State Colin Powell leaves today on a tour of Europe and North Africa that will feature tough meetings on Iraq, the fight against... 

Mbeki unveils new national orders

1st December 2003 Two new national orders were unveiled by President Thabo Mbeki yesterday to honour South Africans for outstanding achievements. 

New editors’ forum reviews state of media

1st December 2003 Following the All Africa Editors Conference held in South Africa, in April 2003, where it was resolved to form regional African editors’... 

Zim ready to 'say goodbye' to Commonwealth-Mugabe

29th November 2003 President Robert Mugabe said yesterday that Zimbabwe was prepared to give up its membership to the Commonwealth if it was not treated as an equal,... 

Another delay for the Boeremag trial

29th November 2003 The Boeremag treason trial was yesterday adjourned yet again - this time so that the defence could continue with its study of about 800 pages of a... 

Liberians angry by walkouts at disarmament meeting

29th November 2003 War-weary Liberians reacted angrily yesterday after former fighters in the country's back-to-back civil wars quit a disarmament meeting, and warned... 

African trade negotiators meet to plan global trade plan

29th November 2003 A two-day meeting to discuss the implications for Africa of global trade talks that broke down in September was to open yesterday in Ghana,... 

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