June 20, 2012 -- Updated 1559 GMT (2359 HKT) (CNN) -- Joyce Banda made headlines in April when she was sworn in as president of Malawi, becoming the first female head state in southern Africa and only the second in the whole continent.
More than 100 demonstrators rally for a third day to protest against austerity plans aimed at tackling economic crisis. Last Modified: 20 Jun 2012 07:31-Sudanese police have clashed with scores of protesters in the capital Khartoum for a third day,
By LIZ ALDERMAN and NIKI KITSANTONIS-Published: June 20, 2012-ATHENS — Greece ushered in a new government on Wednesday that will put it back at Europe’s bargaining table, ending a seven-week leadership vacuum that had destabilized this already fragile
By Tewodros Melesse, Special to CNN-June 20, 2012 -- Updated 1117 GMT (1917 HKT)-Editor's note: An Ethiopian national, Tewodros Melesse began his career in family planning and reproductive health in 1984 and worked at U.S.-based reproductive health NGO
By FELISTA WANGARI email@example.com-Posted Wednesday, June 20 2012 at 00:00-Rarely will you find a person willing to adopt a child with a disability of any kind. The reason is obvious: the child will need more care than a “normal” child,
Written By:Judith Akolo, Posted: Tue, Jun 19, 2012-The Kenya Meteorological Department has warned that the June to August season will see general drop in temperatures over the whole country during the period.
Scripture: Matthew 6:1-6, 16-18-1 "Beware of practicing your piety before men in order to be seen by them; Meditation: Why did Jesus single out prayer, fasting, and almsgiving for his disciples? The Jews considered these three as the cardinal works
BY BADRU AFUNADULA, 14 JUNE 2012-A decade ago, dreadlocks were a no-go. The all-knowing critics would claim that whoever spotted them was spoilt.-But then people like Dr Sylvia Tamale wore them and with time, society has been forced to re-evaluate
By Peterson Wanjiru (email the author) Posted Monday, June 18 2012 at 15:18-Kenya's economy is the most delicate in East Africa as (Photo FrMar- youth working) the current account deficit continues to rise, the World Bank said on Monday, while warning that any external shock could trigger
By Solomon Arinaitwe (email the author) -Posted Wednesday, June 20 2012 at 00:00-International human rights agency, Amnesty International, on Monday condemned a police raid on a workshop organised by the lesbian, gay and transgender community,