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INTERNATIONAL RED CROSS WAR NURSE VOLUNTEERS FEATURE

BY DEIRDRE MASON

FROM the scorching heat of Kenya’s northern border with the Sudan to the unforgiving conditions of Afghanistan, International Red Cross nurse Jenny Hayward-Karlsson has seen it all during a varied and challenging 20-year career working in the world’s war zones.…

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AFRICA MONEY LAUNDERING FEATURE LOOSE LEGAL CONTROLS CORRUPTION

BY STEVEN SWINDELLS, in Johannesburg

CENTRAL bankers, drug barons, warlords, corporate bosses and small town crooks in Africa are all washing their money despite attempts by governments and international law enforcement agencies to bring them to book. But financial crime has never been as lucrative as now on the world’s poorest continent.…

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SOUTHERN EASTERN AFRICA REGIONAL ANTI-MONEY LAUNDERING BODY FEATURE - ESAAMLG

BY STEVEN SWINDELLS, in Johannesburg

THE FORTEEN countries of the Eastern and Southern Africa Anti-Money Laundering Group (ESAAMLG) have their AML/CFT work cut out. Under-funded, lacking resources, short of political will and working in a region that leaks money like a sieve…it is a demanding context for the group’s daunting tasks.…

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DOHA DEVELOPMENT ROUND WTO HONG KONG SUMMIT DAY 2 - POLITICAL RISK CALL

BY KEITH NUTHALL

THE KENYAN trade minister charged with pushing forward compromise on agricultural issues at the World Trade Organisation (WTO) summit has called on his colleagues to abandon political caution to make a deal possible. Mukhisa Kituyi said at the summit’s first agriculture meeting: “Our diplomats in Geneva and our experts from capitals have not succeeded (in lower level talks) and now it is for ministers to show leadership and take responsibility and calculated risks.”…

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DOHA DEVELOPMENT ROUND WTO HONG KONG SUMMIT DAY 2 - POLITICAL RISK CALL

BY KEITH NUTHALL

THE KENYAN trade minister charged with pushing forward compromise on agricultural issues at the World Trade Organisation (WTO) summit has called on his colleagues to abandon political caution to make a deal possible. Mukhisa Kituyi said at the summit’s first agriculture meeting: "Our diplomats in Geneva and our experts from capitals have not succeeded (in lower level talks) and now it is for ministers to show leadership and take responsibility and calculated risks."…

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MOSQUITO RESEARCH

BY KEITH NUTHALL
MALARIA parasites make humans infected with the disease when in its transmissible phase more attractive to mosquitoes, encouraging them to bite, become infected themselves, and then spread it to other hosts, researchers claim. The fact that mosquitoes carrying a fully developed malaria parasite are manipulated by this organism to bite more frequently was already known.…

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UN AUDIT OFFICE

BY KEITH NUTHALL
WITH United Nations secretary-general Kofi Annan facing unprecedented pressure for his resignation over the involvement of his son in the brewing Iraq oil for food scandal, the spotlight has again fallen on the finances of his global body.…

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HONEY CARE AFRICA

BY KEITH NUTHALL
THE GOOD practice of an innovative honey company has been highlighted through its winning a United Nations Development Programme prize for promoting small-scale honey production in Kenya. Honey Care Africa, supported by the World Bank’s International Finance Corporation, has won the US$30,000 Equator Prize.…

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HONEY CARE AFRICA

BY KEITH NUTHALL
THE GOOD practice of an innovative honey company has been highlighted through its winning a United Nations Development Programme prize for promoting small-scale honey production in Kenya. Honey Care Africa, supported by the World Bank’s International Finance Corporation, has won the US$30,000 Equator Prize.…

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KENYA BOTTLEING

BY RICHARD HURST, in Johannesburg
THE KENYAN finance Minister Chris Okemo has granted competition approval for Coca Cola Sabco, of South Africa, to increase its dominance of the east African country’s soft drinks market.

Sabco is now likely to try and increase its stake in Nairobi Bottlers, which has 52 per cent of the market, and acquire opposition East African Bottlers, which has a market share of roughly two per cent.…

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