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Mugabe Attends Pope Paul V1 Beautification At Vatican City

By editor , 20 , Oct 2014


Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe and First Lady Grace on Sunday attended a double mass to mark the end of the Third Extraordinary Synod and beautification of Pope V1 by Pope .. Read More →

Nigeria Awaits Release of Abducted Chibok Girls

By Correspondent , 20 , Oct 2014


By Ola Awoniyi. Abuja - Relatives of Nigeria's kidnapped schoolgirls on Saturday dared voice cautious hope of seeing the teenagers finally freed after officials claimed to have reached a deal .. Read More →

More About Why And How Women Have Miscarriages

By Correspondent , 18 , Oct 2014


By Total Family. Concerns about miscarriages in women resurface, as the Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day holds today, BUKOLA ADEBAYO writes The joy of every mother is to carry .. Read More →

Notorious Boko Haram To Release Chibok Girls

By Correspondent , 17 , Oct 2014


NIGERIA'S MILITARY says it has agreed a truce with terrorist group Boko Haram which could mean the remaining abducted schoolgirls will be released. The deal was announced by Nigeria's chief .. Read More →

Kaunda Got Married Same Day He Met His Wife

By Correspondent , 17 , Oct 2014


Zambia’s First President Dr. Kenneth Kaunda has disclosed that he never courted with his wife of over 45 years, the late Mama Betty Kaunda. Dr. Kaunda narrated to Owen Miyanza, .. Read More →

Pistorius Prosecution Calls For Ten Year Jail Sentence

By Correspondent , 17 , Oct 2014


Pretoria (AFP) - Oscar Pistorius should be jailed for at least 10 years for killing his model girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp, the prosecution said Friday as the star sprinter's sensational trial .. Read More →

Boko Haram Cannot Threaten Nigerian Elections: Election Chief

By Correspondent , 17 , Oct 2014


Abuja (AFP) - Nigeria can hold elections in February even if Boko Haram violence makes voting impossible in parts of the northeast, the country's elections chief told AFP, arguing that .. Read More →

Ebola Response Poor Because It Started In Africa: Kofi Annan

By editor , 16 , Oct 2014


London – Due to the fact that Ebola started in Africa the wealthy countries were slow to tackle the epidemic according to former United Nations secretary general Kofi Annan who .. Read More →

Media And legislators Fuelling Alchoholism: Study

By Correspondent , 16 , Oct 2014


Uganda, Kampala. - The media and personal interests of MPs are the main drivers of alcoholism and substance abuse in Uganda, a new study shows. According to the study carried .. Read More →

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