Polyandry Woman Stoned To Death By Somali Shebab

By Correspondent , 27 , Sep 2014


Mogadishu. - A Somali woman has been stoned to death in an Islamist Shebab-controlled part of the country for secretly marrying several husbands, officials and witnesses said Saturday. Witnesses said .. Read More →

Zimbabwe Students Protest Grace Mugabe`s Doctorate

By Correspondent , 27 , Sep 2014


Harare (AFP) - The Zimbabwe students union on Friday demanded the resignation of authorities at the country's top university after it awarded a "miraculous" doctorate to President Robert Mugabe’s wife. .. Read More →

Are You doing What You Love?

By Correspondent , 26 , Sep 2014


By Pearson Mbendera. We live in a country that is starved of employment and business opportunities. Finding a job is so difficult in this economy and that is the reality .. Read More →

Zambia's President Sata Treated In US Hotel Room

By Correspondent , 26 , Sep 2014


President Michael Sata is reported to have been treated in New York, United States where he traveled to attend the United Nations General Assembly. Quoting Police, Associated Press (AP) reports .. Read More →

Zuma Pledges To Support Ebola Victims

By Correspondent , 25 , Sep 2014


NEW YORK. - The recent outbreak of Ebola in West African has exposed the lack of infrastructure and limited resources in Africa, said South Africa's President Jacob Zuma on Thursday .. Read More →

Get Beyond The Blame Game

By Correspondent , 25 , Sep 2014


By Pearson Mbendera So many times I have heard African leaders blaming the west and their colonization for the woes that we are still facing right now, even though its .. Read More →

Ghana Captain Asamoah Gyan Denies Ritual Sacrifice Claims

By Correspondent , 25 , Sep 2014


Accra (AFP) - Ghana national football team captain Asamoah Gyan was not involved in the disappearance of two friends, his lawyer said on Wednesday after months of rumours and even .. Read More →

Ten Terror Suspects Arrested

By Correspondent , 25 , Sep 2014


Uganda, Kampala. Ten people, including nine Somalis and one Kenyan who are accused of sneaking into Uganda on a terror mission, were yesterday charged in court and sent on further .. Read More →

Vatican Calls For Prayers For Ebola Hit Nations

By Correspondent , 24 , Sep 2014


By Vatican Information Service At the end of Wednesday`'s general audience, the Holy Father greeted the faithful in various languages, as usual. Before the greetings in Italian, he launched an .. Read More →

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