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September 11, 2017 1:40 AM UNAIDS asks Chinese to produce drugs

The head of the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV and AIDS has called on China to boost prevention and control in Africa by encouraging the country's drugmakers to open production hubs on the continent. Michel Sidibe, executive director of UNAIDS, said the central government should use the China-Africa Development Fund to mobilize key pharmaceutical 92

September 5, 2017 5:45 AM Prince Harry can’t wait to be an uncle again

Cape Town – Prince Harry, as expected, is over the moon about his royal brother and sister-in-law’s happy baby news. The British royal was visiting organisations and projects across Manchester, which are working to support sections of the city's community when news broke. Of the big news, Harry said: “Fantastic, great, very, very happy for them.” He added 67

August 24, 2017 4:00 AM BNF has no reason to collude against a dead BDP

As Cde Gwede Mantashe, the ANC Secretary General mentioned, the ANC’s historical relations with both the BNF and the BDP are different. At the BNF, we respect the right of the ANC to relate with whoever it chooses to, just as much as we also enjoy that right. What is however disturbing is that almost every time following the ANC and the BDP meetings 65

August 23, 2017 12:59 AM Nintendo's SNES Classic preorders were a shitshow

Commentary: Thought you'd preorder an SNES Classic online? Think again. I sure hope you weren't hoping to preorder the Super NES Classic Edition, the pint-sized $80 (£80, roughly AU$105) remake of one of Nintendo's most beloved game consoles. Because Nintendo doesn't seem to want your money. How else would you explain what loyal Nintendo fans went through 53

August 22, 2017 5:00 AM Baby Swap Investigated at Princess Marina Hospital

On Thursday, sources closer to developments say eight-months-old babies born at PMH were brought to the facility for genetic testing upon the hospital’s request. This is subsequent to hospital management reaching out to numerous mothers telephonically after a couple that had grown very skeptical about the baby’s identity queried at the delivery and maternity 53

August 10, 2017 1:29 AM Discovery of 13 million-year-old ape skull shows what human ancestors may have looked like

To the untrained eye, the area west of Lake Turkana in northern Kenya appears to be barren of anything but rocky hills and volcanic ash. But anthropologists know the Napudet region of the Turkana Basin as a promising new dig site for fossils from the Middle Miocene era, about 13 million years ago. And one professor's persistence there would pay off in a monumental 67

August 8, 2017 12:52 PM Babies latch on to support cause

As part of the annual World Breastfeeding Week, mothers of Bunbury gathered on Friday for The Big Latch On. Held at Milligan Community Learning and Resource Centre, the event was co-hosted by the Australian Breastfeeding Association Bunbury and the Bunbury Babywearing Community. The community-building event was a component to the global initiative where 73

August 4, 2017 4:36 PM Alexa Can Now Play Baby-Making Music for You

Alexa is now capable of playing music based on different activities or states of mind. Which means you can ask Alexa to “play music for getting pumped up” or to “play music for meditation”. You can even ask Alexa to “play baby-making jazz music”. Which means exactly what you think it means. Over the past few months Amazon has been testing Alexa’s ability 70

August 4, 2017 9:32 AM Gene genies bid to eradicate diseases

Australian scientists have cautiously welcomed a breakthrough in “genetic editing” after researchers repaired a common and life-threatening heart defect in human embryos. A gene editing tool known as CRISPR was used to target a mutation that causes hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, a birth defect that occurs in one in 500 people and can trigger sudden death 61

August 3, 2017 10:29 AM World Breastfeeding Week: Why pregnant women need breastfeeding classes

New Delhi: 'Get set before you go' is what a lactation consultant interprets on importance of pregnancy breastfeeding classes. Most of us have travelled to different places for work, pleasure, studies and more- nationally and internationally. Do we just pick up our bags and go? Or do we collect information about the place and try and contact people who know about 62