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Monkeypox could have ‘massive impact’ on sexual health services, doctor warns

AOL 21 May 2022
The number of cases confirmed in Britain has hit 20 with nine other countries outside of Central and West Africa also reporting outbreaks ... “In terms of the infection and its consequences for individuals, I’m not that concerned,” she later told BBC Radio 4 ... Sir Peter told BBC Radio 4 on Saturday.
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PopViewers to Join Forces With Steve Harvey

Kentucky New Era 20 May 2022
Steve Harvey is an Emmy� Award-winning entertainer, radio personality, motivational speaker, New York Times best-selling author, businessman and philanthropist.�Harvey is the creator and host of�the new ABC courtroom comedy series Judge Steve Harvey.
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How visionary scientist Bernie Fanaroff put African astronomy on the map

Beijing News 19 May 2022
Africa enjoys pristine dark skies and vast radio quiet zones, making it the ideal home for many advanced telescopes trained on our galaxy and beyond ... The MeerKAT telescope in South Africa's arid and sparsely populated Karoo region is one of the world's most powerful radio telescopes.
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The future of audio in Africa is young, bold, and online

Business Day Online 19 May 2022
Until very recently, radio was more or less the only way to listen to ...
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Montreal public health to provide update on suspected presence of rare monkeypox

North Shore News 19 May 2022
On Wednesday, Radio-Canada reported that numerous possible cases were under investigation in the city. Monkeypox is typically limited to Africa, and rare cases in the United States and elsewhere are usually linked to travel there ... In Africa, people have been infected through bites ...
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Spain, Portugal detect over 40 suspected monkeypox cases

Manila Bulletin 19 May 2022
“All of them are young adult males and most of them are men who have sexual relations with other men, but not all of them,” Elena Andradas, head of public health in the Madrid region, told Cadena Ser radio.
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Industry veterans roast Penny Lebyane for backing R22m ‘vanity’ flag project

Independent online (SA) 18 May 2022
TV and radio personality Penny Lebyane recently took to Twitter to support South Africa's Sports, Arts and Culture Department’s decision to spend R22 million to install a massive flag and flagpole to be known as the South African National Monumental Flag ... Veteran radio and television presenter Robert Marawa commented.
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Global Sonar Systems Market to 2030 - Share, Size, Trends, Industry Analysis Report - ResearchAndMarkets.com

Eagle-Tribune 17 May 2022
... East & AfricaUAESaudi ArabiaIsraelSouth Africa. Companies MentionedAtlas ElektronikFLIR SystemsFuruno Electric Co.Japan Radio CompanyKongsberg Gruppen ASAL3 TechnologiesLockheed MartinNavicoRaytheon CompanySonardyneTeledyne Technologies Inc.Thales GroupUltra Electronics.
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Prince Albert of Monaco makes surprise appearance watching West Ham in London - amid reports ...

The Daily Mail 15 May 2022
It follows her return following a long period of illness that included almost a year away in her native South Africa and then months of treatment in Switzerland ... May 18 - Charlene shares her first picture from her conservation trip in South Africa ... October 6 - Albert tells RMC radio Charlene is 'ready to come home'.
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Government working towards harnessing space technology for development – Bawumia

Joy Online 14 May 2022
This agreement led to the establishment of the Ghana Radio Astronomy Observatory, commissioned in 2017, as part of the African Very Long Baseline Interferometer Network being implemented by the Department of Science and Technology, South Africa, the Vice President said.
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Gov’t working towards harnessing space technology for development—Veep

Ghana News Agency 13 May 2022
This agreement led to the establishment of the Ghana Radio Astronomy Observatory, commissioned in 2017, as part of the African Very Long Baseline Interferometer Network being implemented by the Department of Science and Technology, South Africa, the Vice President said.
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Cartoonist invents Tanzania's first electric car

China Daily 12 May 2022
He is famous in Tanzania and across Africa as an award-winning cartoonist, but he is also a respected radio journalist, runs a clothing company called Kipanya Wear and, to the surprise of many, recently showed an electric vehicle he invented ... He believes clean energy is the future and the market for his product exists, especially in Africa.
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With the arrival of Africa’s next radio telescope, Namibia sees a new dawn in astronomy

Popular Science 11 May 2022
The next observatory to join the ranks is Africa’s first millimeter telescope, also called the Africa Millimeter Telescope or AMT, which will use radio waves to detect objects in the darkest parts of the cosmos ... radio waves emitted from distant cosmic objects and activity.
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After Elon Musk's Taj Mahal Tweet, mother Maye shares throwback family pictures

Gulf News 11 May 2022
Maye even shared an interesting anecdote along with pictures about Elon's grandparents who flew to the World Heritage Site in Agra on their way to Australia from South Africa in 1954 ... The only people to ever do this trip in a single-engine propeller plane, without a radio or GPS.

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