Kenyan Lawyer Offers Livestock To Marry Obama`s 16 Year Old Daughter

By Correspondent , 28 , May 2015


Nairobi - A Kenyan lawyer has offered US president Barack Obama 50 cows and other assorted livestock in exchange for his 16-year old daughter Malia's hand in marriage, a report .. Read More →

Ethiopia`s Ruling Party Wins Elections

By Correspondent , 28 , May 2015


Addis Ababa - Ethiopia's ruling party and its allies have won an overwhelming majority in parliament in weekend elections, the country's electoral board announced Wednesday. The EPRDF, in power in .. Read More →

12 Islamists Sentenced To Death In Algeria

By Correspondent , 28 , May 2015


Algiers - An Algerian court sentenced 12 Islamist militants to death Wednesday and two more to life imprisonment for their involvement in a 2008 bombing that killed a Frenchman and .. Read More →

Animus Sustainability Raises Funds on Go Fund Me

By Correspondent , 28 , May 2015


Sustainability and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in Africa is still lagging but where its carried, there is no collaboration or scaling up of projects that can impact on the quality .. Read More →

Chiadzwa Villagers Threaten Demonstrations demanding Settling Of Issue Before Merger

By Correspondent , 28 , May 2015


By Donald Nyarota. MUTARE, Zimbabwe. (News Of The South) – Disgruntled villagers from Chiadzwa are threatening to demonstrate against government if it rushes to consolidate diamond firms before they settle .. Read More →

African Achievers Awards 2015 Date Announced

By Correspondent , 27 , May 2015


Press Release African Achievers Awards. Following a successful African Achievers Awards for 2014 at the Presidential Banquet Hall, State House, Accra Ghana (28th of February 2014), the Board of the .. Read More →

Uganda Treats 12 000 Fistula Patients

By Correspondent , 27 , May 2015


Hoima. More than 12,000 women living with fistula have received repair surgeries in the last five years, Health state minister Sarah Opendi, has said. Fistula is a condition that leads .. Read More →

Promote Community Broadcasting, Zimbabwean Government Urged

By Correspondent , 26 , May 2015


By Donald Nyarota. MUTARE, Zimbabwe. (News of The South)-The licensing impasse of community radio stations should be resolved as it has a telling effect on community development Zimbabwe Association for .. Read More →

Women Should Have Access To Family Planning Services

By Correspondent , 26 , May 2015


National statistics indicate that an average Ugandan woman gives birth to seven children. National statistics indicate that an average Ugandan woman gives birth to seven children. However, in some areas .. Read More →

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