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Zimbabwe’s Ousted Vice President urges Mugabe to resign

Ousted Zimbabwean vice president Emmerson Mnangagwa added his voice on Tuesday to those demanding 93-year-old President Mugabe resign, saying he needed to heed the “clarion call” of his people and step down. Mnangagwa, who said he fled Zimbabwe because of... Continue Reading →


Best places to get marriage advice

1. “From those who have been successfully married for years” They will teach you that marriage has seasons. They will demonstrate to you that marriage does work and teach you what it takes to make it work based on their... Continue Reading →

Mugabe attends university graduation ceremony as ‘significant progress’ made in talks

President Robert Mugabe attended a graduation ceremony.  Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe has attended a university graduation ceremony in his first public appearance since an apparent military takeover. The 93-year-old arrived at Harare's Open University in the capital, joining the crowd... Continue Reading →

Victim of hairdresser who deliberately spread HIV criticises police

Man targeted by Daryll Rowe, who infected lovers while on bail, claims Sussex police did not do enough to protect public  Daryll Rowe arrives at Lewes crown court in East Sussex. Photograph: Gareth Fuller/PA The last victim of a hairdresser... Continue Reading →

Pro-ISIS group vows ‘Christmas blood’ inciting Vatican terror attack

Online propaganda from a pro-ISIS channel has threatened a Christmas terrorist attack against the Vatican, with a poster inciting 'Christmas blood'. The incendiary poster comes from the ISIS-affiliated group Wafa Media Foundation, according to the Maryland-based extremist counter-terrorist organisation SITE Intelligence... Continue Reading →

Australia says YES to gay marriage despite Church warnings

Results released overnight reveal Australians have resisted pressure from Church leaders by voting in favour of legalising same-sex marriage by 61.6 per cent to 38.4 per cent. The 'Yes' vote on allowing gay couples to tie the knot won in... Continue Reading →

Foods to avoid when taking antibiotics

Most Africans see purchase of drugs over-the-counter antibiotics when treating common infections such as tonsillitis and urinary tract infections without seeing a doctor for proper prescription and caution as a normal thing. It is true antibiotics cure bacterial infections, meaning they are... Continue Reading →

CAR: UN opens probe of peacekeepers’ response

New York - The United Nations on Monday opened an independent investigation to determine whether UN peacekeepers responded appropriately to an outbreak of recent violence in the Central African Republic. A team led by retired Brigadier-General Fernand Marcel Amoussou of... Continue Reading →

ConCourt to hear case challenging time limit on reporting sex abuse

Constitutional Court File picture: Tiro Ramatlhatse Johannesburg -  The Constitutional Court, in Johannesburg, is on Tuesday, expected to hear a case involving the 20-year time limit on reporting sexual abuse from the time it was committed. This follows a June ruling... Continue Reading →

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