SHOCKING! South African Church Bars Blacks From Entering Premises

SHOCKING! South African Church Bars Blacks From Entering Premises

SOUTH MILWAUKEE WI. (GVE ) – A South African church has barred blacks from attending service as the church on Sunday disallowed two black journalists from entering. According to The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), the Afrikaanse Protestante Kerk church...
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Tanzanian President Bans Pregnant Teenage Girls From School Return

Tanzanian President Bans Pregnant Teenage Girls From School Return

The president of Tanzania, John Magufuli has banned pregnant teenage girls from returning to school, either they eventually become mothers or not. Magufuli disclosed this while addressing residents of Chalinze, Bagamoyo District in Dar es Salaam during his thr...
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Kagame For 2017 Rwanda’s Presidential Election

Kagame For 2017 Rwanda’s Presidential Election

The ruling Rwandan Patriotic Front (RPF) party has nominated President Paul Kagame to contest the August 3, 2017 presidential election. President Kagame got an overwhelming 1,929 vote of the total 1,930 cast. Only one vote was spoilt. In his acceptance...
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New Lesotho Prime Minister’s Wife Shot Dead 2 Days To Husband’s Inauguration

New Lesotho Prime Minister’s Wife Shot Dead 2 Days To Husband’s Inauguration

Police say the wife of in-coming Lesotho Prime Minister, Tom Thabane, was shot dead late on Wednesday, two days before her husband’s inauguration, raising fears of another wave of political violence in the southern African mountain kingdom. Police spokespers...
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Niger Army Rescues 92 Migrants In Sahara Desert

Niger Army Rescues 92 Migrants In Sahara Desert

Troops in northern Niger have rescued 92 migrants who were on the brink of death in the Sahara Desert, an army statement has said. Traffickers abandoned the group, which included women and children, without water and food, it added. One...
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Gaddafi’s Son Saif Freed In Libya

Gaddafi’s Son Saif Freed In Libya

Saif al-Islam Gaddafi, second son of the late deposed Libyan leader Col Muammar Gaddafi, has been freed from jail under an amnesty law. His father’s preferred successor, he had been held by a militia in the town of Zintan for...
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Charles Taylor: Liberia’s Former Leader’s Ex-Wife Charged With Torture

Charles Taylor: Liberia’s Former Leader’s Ex-Wife Charged With Torture

The ex-wife of former Liberian President Charles Taylor has appeared at Westminster Magistrates’ Court in London to face torture charges. Agnes Reeves Taylor, 51, is suspected of ordering and carrying out torture between 1989 and 1991, during a civil war...
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44 Nigerian, Ghanaian Migrants Perish In Sahara Desert

44 Nigerian, Ghanaian Migrants Perish In Sahara Desert

More than 40 migrants from Nigeria and Ghana have died in the Sahara Desert after their truck broke down in arid northern Niger. The Red Cross said the migrants, most of whom have not been identified, died this week. According...
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How Contaminated Vaccine Killed 15 Children – Report

How Contaminated Vaccine Killed 15 Children – Report

Bamidele Fashube, ABUJA, Nigeria. (GVE) – Report from the Ministry of Health, the World Health Organisation and the UN children’s fund UNICEF on Friday disclosed how 15 children  died in rural South Sudan due to a botched measles vaccination. According...
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Biafra Struggle Suffers Huge Setback As South-South Dissociates Self From Secession, Favours One Nigeria

Biafra Struggle Suffers Huge Setback As South-South Dissociates Self From Secession, Favours One Nigeria

SOUTH MILWAUKEE WI. (GVE) – The struggle for the actualization of Biafra Republic may have suffered a huge setback after another group dissociated itself from the secessionist. The report making the rounds on Thursday, June 1, showed had it that...
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