Africa Posts

Kenya Attacks Spoil 50th Independence Anniversary Celebrations

By Correspondent , 17 , Dec 2013


Nairobi (AFP) - Thirteen people have been killed in four attacks in Kenya during week-long celebrations to mark the country's 50th anniversary of independence, including the first attack on tourists .. Read More →

Sexual Violence Calling For Passion

By Correspondent , 17 , Dec 2013


By Wisdom Mumera Harare 17 December 2013-The room is filled with mostly elderly women long into their menopausal periods. Their facial art speaks of an ongoing strain to catch a .. Read More →

E-learning Our Priority: Dr Lazarus Dokora

By Lazarus Sauti , 16 , Dec 2013


Lazarus Sauti Minister of Primary and Secondary Education, Dr Lazarus Dokora says the government is committed to delivering education solutions through digital learning as it strives to ensure that all .. Read More →

Canadian Researchers Discover New Greenhouse Gas

By Lazarus Sauti , 15 , Dec 2013


Lazarus Sauti Scientists in Canada announced the discovery of a greenhouse gas with unprecedented potential to warm the Earth, and said the chemical has been lurking in the atmosphere for .. Read More →

Kenya Bomb Blast Kills One

By Correspondent , 15 , Dec 2013


Nairobi (AFP) - At least one person was killed and three others seriously wounded when twin explosions rocked the Kenyan town of Wajir near the Somalia border, police said on .. Read More →

Proceeds From Mining To Help The Poor: Mugabe

By Correspondent , 15 , Dec 2013


Harare (AFP) - Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe vowed Saturday to use mining earnings to help the poor, and called on Zimbabweans to form their own companies to benefit from the .. Read More →

Tutu Changes Mind, Will Now Attend Mandela Burial

By Correspondent , 15 , Dec 2013


Johannesburg (AFP) - South African peace icon Desmond Tutu's office said Saturday he would attend Nelson Mandela's funeral after all, after earlier saying he had cancelled his trip because he .. Read More →

Mandela`s Body Arrives Home In Qunu

By editor , 14 , Dec 2013


The body of Nelson Mandela arrived in his ancestral home in Qunu in the Eastern Cape region of South Africa on Saturday in time for the burial to take place .. Read More →

SKA Considers Changing Its Governance Structure

By Lazarus Sauti , 14 , Dec 2013


Lazarus Sauti The Square Kilometre Array (SKA) organisation is considering changing its governance structure to a treaty organisation because of tax. According to media reports, the organisation, comprising the countries .. Read More →

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