• Ebola outbreak worst in the history of DR Congo

    Ebola outbreak worst in the history of DR Congo0

    The Democratic Republic of Congo is facing the worst Ebola outbreak in the country’s history, according to officials. Reports say more than 200 people have died from the disease since August and almost 330 confirmed. This outbreak, the second this year  began in North Kivu province before spreading to Ituri province in the east of

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  • The health benefits of chestnuts

    The health benefits of chestnuts0

    Low in fat and high in fibre, chestnuts are a healthy ingredient to cook with during the festive season. Chestnuts contain  vitamins and minerals ; Whether you enjoy them roasted on an open fire, sprinkled over sprouts or stirred into a stuffing mixture, chestnuts add plenty of texture, flavour and goodness to any dish. Read

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  • Kenya’s making money on avocado

    Kenya’s making money on avocado0

    Avocado on toast, in a salad or a smoothie? There are many ways to eat the green fruit which is popular with hipsters across the world – a craze that Kenya is cashing in on. At Le Grenier à Pain restaurant in the leafy suburb of Riverside in Nairobi, upwardly mobile Kenyans and expatriates enjoy

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  • 4 reasons you should not skip breakfast

    4 reasons you should not skip breakfast0

    When you wake up in the morning do you think of more sleep or food? Despite the meal being regarded famously known as the most important meal of the day, there are a great number of adults who skip breakfast. We’re here to uncover the importance of breakfast and the benefits it provides us with in our

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  • South Africa removes tax on sanitary pads

    South Africa removes tax on sanitary pads0

    South Africa’s newly appointed Finance Minister Tito Mboweni has promised additional funds to ensure female students have access to sanitary pads. There have been growing calls for this amid complaints that girls – especially those in poor, rural communities – have been missing out on school because of the high cost of the pads. In

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  • Operation Smile Ghana to offer free Cleft surgeries

    Operation Smile Ghana to offer free Cleft surgeries0

    Operation Smile Ghana in collaboration with the Ministry of Health(MOH) and Ghana Health Service (GHS) is offering free Surgeries to people suffering from Cleft Lip and Cleft Palate. This will take place between October 25 to November 7 at the Eastern Regional Hospital, Koforidua. Speaking to the GNN in an interview, Opanyim Koomson, person in

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