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Masquerades invades church in Ondo Nigeria, flogs Pastors severely

Masquerades invades church in Ondo Nigeria, flogs Pastors severely

It has been reported that four masquerades invaded a Christ Apostolic Church in Ondo State (Nigeria), severely flogging the Pastors and some worshipers who got in their way.

In Nigeria, Lagos govt trains youth to recycle waste

In Nigeria, Lagos govt trains youth to recycle waste

In Nigeria, the Lagos State government’s waste management authority (LAWMA), is looking to create jobs for the youths by encouraging waste recycling. Lagos is the most populous state in Nigeria.

Ghanaians tuned-in to radio, TV for John Evans Atta Mills funeral

Ghanaians tuned-in to radio, TV for John Evans Atta Mills funeral

Information gathered by InformAfrica reports that many Ghanaians participated in late John Evans Atta Mills funeral held at the State House on Wednesday, the funeral service was also aired on Ghana’s national TV and radio stations respectively.

Is Tanzania’s fertility rate increase a welfare concern?

Is Tanzania’s fertility rate increase a welfare concern?

Tanzania’s fertility rate increase is raising concern, with experts stating that the east African country’s population boom may in fact affect the overall welfare of the people – increasing poverty, InformAfrica have gathered.

South Africa legal system to investigate Zimbabwe rights violations

South Africa legal system to investigate Zimbabwe rights violations

A South African court ruled on Tuesday its legal system can be used to investigate and prosecute citizens of neighbouring Zimbabwe for suspected of crimes against humanity.

Investor cheated in land deal, Tanzanian villagers laments

Investor cheated in land deal, Tanzanian villagers laments

In Tanzania, more than 1,790 residents of Lutukira village, Mkongotema ward, in Songea rural district, Ruvuma Region have accused an investor of acquiring 50,000 hectares of fertile land in their village without following proper procedures.

Over 800 Dar es Salaam households to benefit from water project

Over 800 Dar es Salaam households to benefit from water project

Over 800 households in Kwa Chale and Golani villages in Kigamboni area, Dar es Salaam region of Tanzania will benefit from two deep water wells drilled at a cost of 54m- with the financial support from the African Reflections Foundation (ARF) and Karen’s Water Fund of United States.

Tanzania Government undertakes identification of kids with albinism

Tanzania Government undertakes identification of kids with albinism

At least 7,000 children with albinism have been identified in 96 councils of Tanzania where the identification exercise is taking place in the country, the House was told yesterday.

Chargé d’Affaires Honors Tanzanian Woman of Courage

Chargé d’Affaires Honors Tanzanian Woman of Courage

During a ceremony held at the U.S. Embassy in Dar es Salaam on March 29, Chargé d’Affaires Robert K. Scott bestowed the 2012 Tanzanian Woman of Courage award on Joaquine De-Mello for her efforts to promote equality, opportunity, and justice for Tanzanian women and girls.

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