Tedros seen uncontested for WHO top job after Berlin nod

Tedros was elected as the head of WHO in 2017 and became the first African to take the helm of the UN health agency.

2021-09-23 12:42:00 AM

Tedros was elected as the head of WHO in 2017 and became the first African to take the helm of the UN health agency.

Tedros was elected as the head of WHO in 2017 and became the first African to take the helm of the UN health agency.

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‘Who in hell did we offend to deserve this horror show?’ — SA weighs in on Dali Mpofu’s Zuma defenceWas advocate Dali Mpofu’s arguments won behalf of former president Jacob Zuma saw him top the Twitter trends list on Tuesday.

‘Who in hell did we offend to deserve this horror show?’ — SA weighs in on Dali Mpofu’s Zuma defenceWas advocate Dali Mpofu’s arguments won behalf of former president Jacob Zuma saw him top the Twitter trends list on Tuesday. RT : Was advocate Dali Mpofu’s arguments won behalf of former president Jacob Zuma saw him top the Twitter trends list o… Try again with your headline. Won behalf indeed.

ASANDA GCOYI | Vaping bill will smoke the economy, not spark itThe proposed law is likely to slow industry growth and kill the potential for job creation

Dubai expects doubling of visitors as curbs easeAirports chief sees a sharp uptick coming in 2022 I was referred to him by a friend online and I thought is a scam ...but I was moved to try and here I earned.. just want to share this to people too. Micheal_addy_

Pfizer says its Covid jab safe for children aged 5-11Innoculating children is also seen as key to keeping schools open and helping end the pandemic.

Dubai expects doubling of visitors as curbs easeAirports chief sees a sharp uptick coming in 2022