In a country where hunting wildlife for food is a centuries-old practice, the association with Ebola challenges habits.
Since the outbreak of Ebola in west Africa a number of countries have launched information campaigns to curb the consumption of bushmeat.
How Ebola returned to Liberia (possibly via dog meat), while Sierra Leone's rich are bribing to break the rules
Using wealth or influence, people can prevail on the burial teams not to immediately take away bodies for burial.
The results of the test on monkeys are considered important because they suggest the virus that killed at least 11,000 is not becoming more severe.
At least 30 countries, mainly in Africa, would struggle against Ebola, WHO warns as it pours in more cash
Nations like Burundi, Sudan, DR Congo, and Madagascar have health systems as dangerously weak as Ebola-hit Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone's.
African country gives world a wake-up call
As the world moves to fight Ebola, Africa must be made to pay a very high price - otherwise it is all useless
In Guinea, they murdered eight Ebola workers...such actions cannot just be explained away. Someone needs to give the people some tough love.
500 "witches" are killed every year in Tanzania. Some are targeted simply because they have red eyes.
Swanky new international meetings centres are popping up all over the continent, but 2014 threatens to be an annus horribilis of sorts
For over a week there has not been a single new case of Ebola in Nigeria
30,000 volunteers will go door-to-door to educate locals and hand out soap
Country among five West African countries that have reported the illness.
Revolts, new Japanese test, 31 deaths in DRC, hunger, and football games: Ebola's grim drama continues
Ironically, some of the measures like quarantines, border and port closures, plus flight cancellations could lead to more, not less, deaths.
Tackling a 21st century disease with 14th century tactics: Ebola lockdown is brutal, 'heartless but effective'
Cordons can seem vicious, at their most extreme everyone within the area could be left to die or survive, until the outbreak burns itself out.
In the face of Ebola, it's everyone for himself and God for us all: Shameless Africa slams the door on its own
As Africans, we should hang our heads in shame and hope that Guineans, Liberians and Sierra Leoneans have Goldfish-like memories.