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2012-03-15 15:25:42 Road Safety - Civil Society Urged to Join Government [Cameroon Tribune] The 12th session of the National Road Board held in Yaounde, yesterday March 13. Prime Minister Philemon Yang yesterday, March 13, 1012 urged civil society organisations to joint government in the ongoing efforts to ensure prevention and road safety, so as to curb the number of accidents and also contribute to road maintenance.

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Tuesday, 12-01-15, 13:46Rwanda Reinstates Ebola Checks After Liberia Reports New Cases[East African] Rwanda has issued a public notice that reinstates mandatory self-reporting for travellers from Ebola affected countries in the wake of new infections reported in Liberia.
Tuesday, 12-01-15, 13:38Sarr Eyes Semis Berth Against Tunisia[CAF] Senegal Assistant coach, Badara Sarr has a place at the semis in mind ahead of their Group A Day Two clash against Tunisia on Tuesday, 1 December 2015 at the Leopold Sedar Senghor Stadium, Dakar.
Tuesday, 12-01-15, 13:13Aids Day Highlights Need to Fix Patents Law[News24Wire] The country's patent law is yet again under the microscope in light of World Aids Day and following the recent shortage of HIV medicine Lopinavir/Ritonavir (LPV/r), which is a life-line for nearly 10% of the country's approximately 3 million people on HIV treatment.
Tuesday, 12-01-15, 13:12Kabore Elected President of Burkina Faso in Milestone Election[Deutsche Welle] Roch Marc Christian Kabore has won Burkina Faso's presidential election, officials said. The result follows a year of turmoil that saw the West African country's former leader deposed, and the military attempt a coup.
Tuesday, 12-01-15, 13:10Da Gama Makes 6 Changes for Zambia Clash[News24Wire] Head coach of the South African Under-23 national team, Owen da Gama, has made six changes to the team that lost 3-1 to Senegal in the opening match of the CAF Under-23 Africa Cup of Nations on Saturday.

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