6 July 2012 Last updated at 12:32 GMT-Some 600 Congolese soldiers have fled into Uganda, following clashes with rebels who have seized a border town. The Ugandan military said the fleeing troops had been disarmed.
04 July 2012 -LULAMILE FENI-TWENTY initiates have died in the Eastern Cape and at least four others have had penile amputations since the start of the circumcision season two weeks ago.
Rights group says demonstrators gathered at mosques were 'attacked' with tear gas and rubber bullets by police. Last Modified: 06 Jul 2012 14:08-Police in Sudan have "attacked" demonstrators with tear gas and rubber bullets, according to a rights group.
BY IRENE NDUNGU, 6 JULY 2012-ANALYSIS-Kenyans are still reeling from the shock of the latest of an increasing spate of terror (Photo FrMar- man ground) attacks on civilians across the country, mostly blamed on Somalia's Al-Shabaab. On Sunday, 1 July, 17 people were killed
To cross religion to make politic and to use politic to make religion: the new bomb-FrMar- Names added to Treasury Department blacklist include intelligence chief and senior military officer from Eritrea-Last Modified: 06 Jul 2012 01:28-The Obama administration
When the reality of not graduating downs on many a fun-loving campus girl, desperation sets in and they are willing to do anything for the grades, including having sex with lecturers, writes GARDY CHACHA-Being educated no doubt gives you a competitive edge
Amos 8:4-6, 9-12-“They shall wander … in search of the word of the Lord.” (Amos 8:12)-It’s hard to think of anything worse than a “famine” of the word of God. What if you lived in a country where you were forbidden to worship the Lord, own a Bible,
The chancellor of the Pontifical Academy of Science comments on CERN’s discovery of a Higgs-like particle and asks who created the laws of nature discovered by science-ALESSANDRO SPECIALE-VATICAN CITY-The Chancellor of the Pontifical Academy of Science,
Legal but not moral!FrMar-4 July 2012 Last updated at 07:42 GMT- Will prostitution ever be decriminalised in South Africa? The women's league of the governing African National Congress party hopes so and it has claimed a victory which takes the country one step further
By AFP-Posted Thursday, July 5 2012 at 19:29-The United States placed sanctions Thursday on six alleged backers of Al-Qaeda-linked Shebab rebels in Somalia, naming them as two Eritrean government officials, a Sudanese national and three Kenyans.