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Today in History: October 20th
Today in History: October 20th Historical Events: • 1971: The Nepal stock exchange collapses.• 1975: Supreme Court rules teachers could spank their pupils after warning.• 1987:...
Today in History: October 19th
Today in History: October 19th Historical Events: • 1932: Henry Ford gives his 1st radio speech.• 1960: Martin Luther King Jr. arrested in Atlanta sit-in.• 1981: Dorothy Fisher,...
Today in History: October 18th
Today in History: October 18th Historical Events: • 1956: Dr Stanley Makhosi Bhebhe, SA theologian and sociologist, is born.• 1966: The Rand Afrikaans University (RAU), second...
Today in History: October 17th
Today in History: October 17th Historical Events:• 1945: Graca Machel, widow of Samora Machel and third wife of former president Nelson Mandela, is born in Gaza, Mozambique. Her year of birth is...
Ebola crisis: WHO signals help for Africa to stop spread
Ebola crisis: WHO signals help for Africa to stop spread Geneva - The World Health Organization is to "ramp up" efforts to prevent Ebola spreading beyond the three countries most affected by the deadly virus.
Today in History: October 16th
Today in History: October 16th Historical Events: • 1939: Charlotte Makgomo Maxeke, teacher, social worker, politician and founder of the Bantu Women's League of South Africa, dies in...
Neil Patrick Harris seremoniemeester van 2015 Oscars-prysuitdeling
Neil Patrick Harris seremoniemeester van 2015 Oscars-prysuitdeling Los Angeles - Die televisie- en rolprentakteur Neil Patrick Harris is aangewys as seremoniemeester van volgende jaar se Oscars-prysuitdeling.
Scotland Yard requests new genetic tests in Maddie case
Scotland Yard requests new genetic tests in Maddie case Lisbon - Scotland Yard has asked for new genetic tests to be carried out in their hunt for the missing British girl Madeleine McCann, the head of a Portuguese medical...
Today in History: October 15th
Today in History: October 15th Historical Events: • 1917: World War I: At Vincennes outside of Paris, Dutch dancer Mata Hari is executed by firing squad for spying for Germany.• 1924:...
Ebola outbreak: UN health worker dies in Germany hospital
Ebola outbreak: UN health worker dies in Germany hospital Leipzig - A United Nations medical worker infected with Ebola has died at a hospital in Germany.
Ebola threatening world’s chocolate supply
Ebola threatening world’s chocolate supply Bad news for chocolate lovers across the globe: Ebola is threatening much of the world’s chocolate supply.
Today in History: October 14th
Today in History: October 14th Historical Events: • 1914: Pretoria is declared a city.• 1957: Queen Elizabeth II becomes the first Canadian monarch to open the Parliament of Canada...
SA mom will not face murder charges in UK
SA mom will not face murder charges in UK London - South African Tania Clarence will not be charged with murder for killing her three young disabled children in London, the UK-based Press Association reported on...
Eerste ebola-oordrag in Amerika
Eerste ebola-oordrag in Amerika Dallas - Owerhede in Amerika het bevestig dat 'n gesondheidswerker by 'n hospitaal in Texas, wat 'n ebola-pasiënt versorg het, positief getoets het vir die virus in 'n...
Today in History: October 13th
Today in History: October 13th Historical Events:• 1867: The first diamond is found in South Africa. The precious stone is picked up by Jacobs's children on the farm De Kalk near Hopetown on the...
Today in History: October 12th
Today in History: October 12th Historical Events:• 1850: First women's medical school (Women's Medical College of Penns), opens.• 1901: Theodore Roosevelt renames "Executive Mansion," "The...
Ebola funding falls short
Ebola funding falls short New York - Pledges of financial aid to fight Ebola have fallen far short of the $1bn needed by the UN, with only one quarter of the amount raised, a UN official said on...
Malala and Kailash Satyarthi win Nobel Peace Prize
Malala and Kailash Satyarthi win Nobel Peace Prize Stockholm - Pakistani child education activist Malala Yousafzai and Indian child rights activist Kailash Satyarthi have won the Nobel Peace Prize.
Today in History: 10th October
Today in History: 10th October Historical Events: • 1957: A fire at the Windscale nuclear plant in Cumbria, UK becomes the world's first major nuclear accident.• 1995: Most Dutch...
Lego to drop Shell partnership bowing to Greenpeace pressure
Lego to drop Shell partnership bowing to Greenpeace pressure Copenhagen - The world's largest toymaker Lego said on Thursday it was ending a deal with oil giant Shell, bowing to pressure from a Greenpeace campaign linking Lego toys...
SA's Princess Charlene of Monaco expecting twins
SA's Princess Charlene of Monaco expecting twins Cape Town - Princess Charlene, the South African wife of Monaco monarch Prince Albert II, is expecting twins at the end of the year, the royal palace announced Thursday...
Today in History: October 9th
Today in History: October 9th Historical Events: • 1824: Slavery is abolished in Costa Rica.• 1899: 1st British troops reaches Durban, South Africa.• 1944: British Prime...
17 bruilofsgaste sterf toe boot sink
17 bruilofsgaste sterf toe boot sink Bali - Minstens 17 mense is dood en 24 word vermis nadat 'n boot met bruilofsgaste in Bali, Indonesië, gesink het.
Dallas hospitals set up Ebola isolation wards
Dallas hospitals set up Ebola isolation wards Dallas - Hospitals in Dallas have set up Ebola isolation wards and revamped procedures to deal with new patients, as the sprawling Texas city waits to see if the deadly...
Dallas Ebola patient dies
Dallas Ebola patient dies Dallas - Thomas Eric Duncan, 42, the patient with the first case of Ebola diagnosed in the United States and the Liberian man at the center of a widening public health...
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