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Shocking Popularity Of TB Joshua

By Correspondent , 08 , Feb 2014


By Ishmael Awere According to UK Guardian's report, Nigerian Prophet Joshua's popularity exceeds even that of famous London landmarks Buckingham Palace and the Tower of London. According to the report .. Read More →

Female Circumcision Renounced In Mali

By Eugene Majuru , 07 , Feb 2014


Bamako – On Thursday community leaders in Mali converged to mark the international day of of campaigning against female genital mutilation. Female genital mutilation is still very legal in Mali .. Read More →

Radio Editor Charged For Investigating Police Station Screams

By editor , 06 , Feb 2014


Luanda - The editor of Radio Despertar an opposition-backed radio station in Angola appeared in court on Thursday for defamation charges following his bid to investigate screams from a police .. Read More →

Zimbabwean Truck Driver Shot Dead At Zambia, Congo Border

By Correspondent , 06 , Feb 2014


By Martin Mubita A Zimbabwe truck driver has been shot dead at Kasumbalesa border post, this time on the Zambian side. The killing comes barely two days after the SADC .. Read More →

Morocco In Anti Violence Against Women Campaign

By Mildred Richards , 06 , Feb 2014


Rabat - Morocco launched a campaign of "no tolerance" for violence against women on Wednesday and rights groups are calling for the government to take greater action. The "Strength of .. Read More →

Valentine`s Day Date Auctioned On eBay

By Correspondent , 05 , Feb 2014


By Masimba Mukichi Hope Anscomb, 24, an office boss from Bromley, South London, who is 5ft 8ins tall has taken an innovative approach to find a date on Valentine’s Day. .. Read More →

Calls For Justice Against Corruption Not A Vengeance: Rawlings

By Correspondent , 05 , Feb 2014


Ghana`s Former President Jerry John Rawlings has said his calls for justice against 'corrupt officials' in the Kufuor adminstration should not be misconstrued as vengeance. He said corruption had cost .. Read More →

Mandatory Circumcision of Inmates In Prisons

By Correspondent , 05 , Feb 2014


By By Mutinta Moono Hanyama (Zambian Eye) Last year I talked about the distribution of condoms in prisons as one way of protecting the lives of inmates against HIV/AIDS. I .. Read More →

First Female Mayor For Mauritania Capital

By Correspondent , 05 , Feb 2014


Nouakchott (AFP) - A former minister became Nouakchott's first female mayor on Tuesday after being voted in by councillors to head up the sprawling Mauritanian capital's local authority. Maty Mint .. Read More →

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