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2012-02-27 11:55:00 Foreign-Based Players Expected This Week for Algeria [Foroyaa] An influx of foreign-based players are expected this week to join training for the Nations Cup qualifier game against Algeria.

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Thursday, 12-18-14, 13:42Revenue Service Deputy Commissioner's Suspension a Breach of Contract[SAPA]Johannesburg -The SA Revenue Service (Sars) breached deputy commissioner Ivan Pillay's contract when it suspended him without giving written notice, the Labour Court in Johannesburg found on Thursday.
Thursday, 12-18-14, 13:16Chief Sitentu Mpasi Dies[New Era]The Ukwangali tribal chief Hompa Daniel Sitentu Mpasi yesterday died at Nkurenkuru Health Centre in Kavango West after a long battle with various chronic illnesses. He was 80.
Thursday, 12-18-14, 13:14President Kabila's Troubled Relationship With Katanga[African Arguments]Since the beginning of 2014, electoral fever in the DRC has been on the rise, although presidential elections aren't scheduled before the end of 2016.
Thursday, 12-18-14, 13:11Anti-Gay Legislation Could Defeat Goal to End Aids in Zimbabwe By 2015[IPS]Harare -Despite a mandate to eradicate HIV/AIDS under the U.N. Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), Zimbabwe has done little or nothing to reduce the rate of infection among vulnerable gays and lesbians, say activists here.
Thursday, 12-18-14, 13:08Gambia's HIV/Aids Percentage Stands At 1.9[Daily Observer]The regional AIDS coordinator of the National Aids Secretariat (NAS) in the Lower River Region (LRR) has disclosed that the estimated number of people living with HIV/AIDS in The Gambia currently stands at 19,380, representing a percentage of 1.9.

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