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Zimbabwe United Nations Association Celebrates Orange Day

By Correspondent , 31 , Mar 2015


By Pretty Chavango. Harare, Zimbabwe. (News Of The South) - Cases of gender based violence continue to soar unabated. It was noted that the annual international 16 days of activism .. Read More →

When To Stop Sharing A Bed With Your Child

By Correspondent , 30 , Mar 2015


Sharing a bed with a child is a common trend today. Some may be limited by space but to others, a child is being protected. This is acceptable but how .. Read More →

Prisoners In Ghana Seek Licence To Have Sex Behind Bars

By Correspondent , 29 , Mar 2015


Some inmates in Ghana’s prisons are appealing to government to introduce a policy that allows them to have sex while they are still incarcerated. The inmates – males and females .. Read More →

Eating Bananas Is Good For Your Health

By Correspondent , 29 , Mar 2015


A banana is an edible fruit, botanically a berry, produced by several kinds of large herbaceous flowering plants in the genus Musa. Bananas may have high calorie content but they .. Read More →

Own TV Show For Man With 34 Children And 17 Baby Mamas

By Correspondent , 29 , Mar 2015


By Rykesha Hudson. A man who has fathered 34 children with 17 different women has landed his own reality series on Oprah Winfrey's OWN channel. Jay Williams, from Atlanta, previously .. Read More →

More Than 60 000 Ugandans Infected With TB

By Correspondent , 25 , Mar 2015


By Herbert Zziwa. Up to 60,000 Ugandans get infected with Tuberculosis (TB) every year and only 40,000 are diagnosed. This is according to latest figured released by the World Health .. Read More →

Botswana Warns Of Alarming Increase In Illegal Wildlife Trade

By Correspondent , 25 , Mar 2015


By Christophe Beaudufe. Kasane (Botswana) - Conservation experts meeting in Botswana on Wednesday issued dire warnings over the booming illegal wildlife trade that threatens the survival of elephants, rhinos, tigers .. Read More →

IVF Babies “Twice As Likely To Develop Autism”

By Correspondent , 25 , Mar 2015


BABIES WHO are conceived through IVF could be twice as likely to develop a lifelong developmental disability, researchers have discovered. According to new research, children conceived using assisted reproductive technology .. Read More →

Numerous Typhoid Cases In Maracha

By Correspondent , 25 , Mar 2015


MARACHA, Uganda. - At least 311 suspected cases of typhoid fever have been reported in Maracha District. Mr Rasul Jurua, the district health inspector, told Daily Monitor on Monday: “Since .. Read More →

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