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Sunuker Fm presents ” A Message To The Grass Roots, Time To Wake Up” by Amir Abdul-Jalil – Episode 1

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Share the post “Zwelinzima Vavi: Man on the march” FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInE-mail This week’s Cosatu special national congress was the first major event of the federation that Zwelinzima Vavi did not attend in its 30-year existence. While he was being lambasted at the congress, he spent the day sleeping, having lost all hope that his axing and […]

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Share the post “Nation-building cannot be externally-led – Kagame” FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInE-mail Rebuilding a nation’s social fabric cannot follow any predetermined guidelines and will only succeed if owned by citizens, President Kagame told participants at a lecture at Chatham Housethemed “Rwanda’s role in an emerging Africa and uncertain world. Appearing on a panel besides Robin Niblett, Director, […]

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Share the post “Rwanda: the unreal story made at the BBC” FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInE-mail Outrage at a BBC documentary on Rwanda broadcast at the beginning of this month continues to grow. It is not only Rwandans, but other right-thinking people, including scholars, diplomats, journalists and those who know the country well, who have been infuriated by a […]

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Share the post “AP Interview: African leader hails French troops” FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInE-mail Prime Minister of the Central African Republic Nicolas Tiangaye speaks during an interview with The Associated Press, in Paris, Thursday, Dec. 5, 2013, after the French President Francois Hollande announced he would double the number of troops in the former French colony, possibly within […]

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Share the post “New facility opens to support those affected by female genital mutilation” FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInE-mail Somali-born activist and former model Waris Dirie launches pioneering new centre in Berlin. A new facility opened in Germany in September that will offer treatment and support to women and girls who have undergone female genital mutilation (FGM), which is […]

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Share the post “Egypt Listed Worst Country for Women, Why? – Interview” FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInE-mail Egypt was rated the worst country in the Arab world to be a woman, whereas Comoros came on top of the list, according to a poll by Thomson Reuters Foundation released on Tuesday. However, it does not clarify how Egypt wound up […]

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Share the post “Malawi: Zoe Ministries Giving Hope to Orphans in Madisi” FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInE-mail Dowa — ZOE Ministries, a church based organisation in Madisi, Dowa has embarked on an empowerment programme targeting orphans and other vulnerable children (OVCs) below the age of 21. The empowerment programme, which has been running for the past 8 months, ranges […]

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Share the post “Malawi: Beira Port Manager Tips Malawi On Import and Export Charges” FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInE-mail Blantyre — Managers of Beira Port in Mozambique has tipped users of the harbor including those from Malawi to make use of the storage free charge days to clear their cargo if they are to minimize additional costs that inflate […]

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Share the post “Kenya: Complaints Tribunal Can Easily Gag Media” FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInE-mail CHAIRMAN of the parliamentary Information committee Jamleck Kamau has accused the media of misleading the public over the new Kenya Information and Communication Amendment Bill. He said the bill was not unconstitutional and that the government had no intention to gag the media. The […]

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