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Anthony Fauci Is Right To Distinguish COVID-19 Infections, Which Are Exploding, From Severe Disease, Which Is Not
Based on the experience in South Africa, the Biden administration's top medical adviser says "this thing will peak after a period of a few weeks and turn around."
Focusing on infections rather than severe disease is more misleading than ever.
Instead of impoverishing the world, we have to learn to live with COVID-19.
Just how infectious and dangerous the new variant could be is not known at this time.
Environmental activists should use the market to their advantage.
The long-ruling African National Congress is on its way to losing power, but could go with the "Zimbabwe option."
Zambia sees Zimbabwe's economic missteps as South Africa looks to repeat them.
Jacob Zuma promising accelerated "land reform."
Washington Post and Matthew Sheffield Dig a Deeper Hole While Grudgingly Correcting Clumsy Falsehoods About Reason (UPDATED)
Maybe the third time will be the charm for blaming Donald Trump on libertarians
The African National Congress has dominated since the end of apartheid.
President condemns violence, xenophobia, says he understands concerns about more shops being run by "foreign nationals"
Back in 1986, the then-senator led the charge against Ronald Reagan's treatment of South Africa
Brazil Prepares for World Cup by Seizing Homes, Chasing Vendors Away; Protesters Respond With a World Cup of Their Own
An alt-World Cup in the favelas.
Mamphela Ramphele challenging alleged rapist and AIDS denier Jacob Zuma for the South African presidency
Reportedly inserted by sculptors to indicate the sculpture was made quickly
Fake South African Sign Language Interpreter: I'm a "Champion" Signer, Also Scizophrenic, Prone to Fits of Violence
Had been previously flagged as a fake signer
Experts say Thamsanqa Jantjie's gestures meant nothing
Nobody was home
As many as 2,000 to pay direct respects over next three days
Tributes around the nation