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Harambee Starlets hammer sorry Mauritius in Cosafa

Harambee Starlets took their goal tally to 15 in two games after completing a massive 11-0 win over Mauritius in second match of Cosafa on Saturday. The dominant Kenyan side, who are playing as invited guest in the Southern Africa zone tournament, reaped another big win just two days after they beat

GOAL.COM - 2017-09-16 10:18:12

Brain harvested from murdered Mozambique albino boy

MAPUTO: A 17-year-old albino boy was killed and his brain removed for what is believed to be use in witchcraft in Mozambique, local news reports said. Albinos in Mozambique are often hunted for their body parts, which are used as charms and magical potions in the belief that they bring wealth and go

MSN.COM - 2017-09-16 15:31:19

Travel Diaries: Johannesburg Journalist Lerato Mogoatlhe Details Her Travels To Over 14 African Countries

"I met Arrot (girl on the left) in a taxi after she guessed from my accent that I'm South African. I dress like a cliche when I'm traveling because standing out gets me noticed, which leads to social connections." 2 of 8 Zanzibar, Tanzinia "This continent is made for adventure, and the best thing

ESSENCE - 2017-09-15 19:42:36

NGC deepens links in Africa *

ENERGY GIANTS: NGC chairman Gerry C Brooks, second from left, with his colleagues Phoenix Park Gas Processors's vice-president of business development Alvin Dookie, left, and NGC president, Mark Loquan, second right, after meeting with Ghanaian government officials in Accra, the country's capital, l

TRINIDAD EXPRESS - 2017-09-15 05:00:00

TABLE-S.Korea's August coal imports up 16.2 pct y/y

Reuters. TABLE-S.Korea's August coal imports up 16.2 pct y/y SEOUL, Sept 15 (Reuters) - South Korea's coal imports rose 16.2 percent to 11.41 million tonnes in August compared with a year earlier, customs data showed on Friday. Total coal imports are composed of steam coal for power generation and

INVESTING.COM - 2017-09-15 03:20:13

Harambee Starlets Cosafa match to be aired LIVE

Harambee Starlets' opening Cosafa match against Mozambique will be live on KweseSport. Starlets, who are in Group 'B', will take on Mozambique in the opening leg of the women's tournament from 5.30pm local time at Luveve Stadium. The opening Group 'B' match saw Swaziland thump Mauritius 3-0 on day t

MSN.COM - 2017-09-14 12:03:16

Dine Out: Once a week you gotta go Greek at Yia-Yia's Pizza Cafe

The slogan for Yia-Yia's Pizza Cafe on Sconticut Neck Road in Fairhaven is "Once a Week Go Greek." They're selling themselves short. More than one trip a week would be more than appropriate, especially if you live out on West Island, like my friend Jon, who accompanied me to the pizza-and-sub spot o

SOUTH COAST TODAY - 2017-09-14 08:01:00

Brief: UI-led team receives $700K grant to study antelope

A $700,000 grant from the National Science Foundation will aid a University of Idaho researcher in continued study of how body size affects behavior and survival of native antelope in Gorongosa National Park in Mozambique, Africa. Lead investigator Ryan Long, an assistant professor in the UI's Depar

MOSCOW-PULLMAN DAILY NEWS - 2017-09-14 07:00:00

Ghana is boosting Africa's ascent to astronomical heights

The Square Kilometre Array (SKA) is the world's largest radio telescope project, which will collect data over one million square kilometres from radio astronomy telescopes on the African and Australian continents. In the long run the two-phased SKA could possibly help scientists answer questions in

THE CONVERSATION - 2017-09-14 16:47:59

Kiwi tackles the social fabric through fashion and freedom

Laura Monahan is fighting for freedom in Africa, and believes fashion can play a part as she teaches young women dealing with abuse to walk bold and dream big. David James reports. "Each day I live between a contrast of dusty red dirt, severe poverty and picture-perfect beaches." These are the word

STUFF - 2017-09-14 02:23:08

Tanzania and Uganda in UN's cross hairs

Tanzania and Uganda are among several African countries under UN investigation for violations of sanctions against North Korea, a UN panel of experts has said.Their September 9 report was issued two days prior to the UN Security Council's unanimous adoption of a tough new round of sanctions aimed at

MSN.COM - 2017-09-13 00:32:45

Army worm invasion wipes off 12pc yield

The fall armyworm infestation has dealt a blow to Uganda's food security by wiping out 12 per cent of the produce in the last crop season. The worm is known to feed on more than 80 plant species including maize, millet, sorghum, rice and wheat, as well as legumes, cotton and pasture grass varieties

RELIEFWEB.INT - 2017-09-13 09:34:00

A real-life Noah's ark - minus the rain

These patients sheltered in place for Irma. Then power went out for days How do you go about reintroducing wildlife to national parks all but wiped out by decades of civil war? Mozambique has a (biblical) answer. Project goal: Rewilding Mozambique's Zinave National Park, which was poached nearly emp

MSN.COM - 2017-09-12 10:14:26

This Legal Rebel Takes the Cases of the World's Most Vulnerable

Two years ago, Gopi,* a herdsman in the Indian state of Gujarat, stood at the gates of a local cement manufacturing company, holding a bucket of gasoline and ready to commit suicide. Today, he sends grateful WhatsApp messages to the man responsible for turning his life around: Vivek Maru, the founde

OZY - 2017-09-12 04:15:47

The Role of the African Union in 21st Century Africa

Preamble: Africa has made some progress. That said, the progress made is limited if compared to the vast resources both natural and human bestowed on the continent. Anytime I read, listen or watch the news about young men and women risking death to cross the Mediterranean into Europe, I am left with

MSN.COM - 2017-09-11 00:30:38

Rhino poacher jailed for 20 years in South Africa

A Mozambican rhino poacher caught at a world famous game reserve in South Africa has been jailed for 20 years, police said. Mapoyisa Mahlauli, 30, was sentenced on Thursday following his arrest last year in the Kruger National Park, which borders Mozambique. "Mahlauli was sentenced to an effective

MSN.COM - 2017-09-11 12:13:46

Spirit United Methodist Church welcomes new pastor

From Seoul to Spirit. While it may sound like a clever use of homophones adorning the cover of a poetic tome, it is, in reality, a nutshell version of Pastor In Sun Lee's journey here from halfway around the world. Of course, there were stops along the way - Africa, Southeast Asia, California - as s

APG OF WISCONSIN - 2017-09-11 22:00:00

Research identifies causes and possible treatments for deadly diseases affecting children

Research conducted at the University of Maryland School of Medicine (UM SOM), has identified four pathogens are responsible for the vast majority of diarrheal illnesses - leading the way for potential new treatments. In a recent paper published in Pediatric Clinics of North America, "The Burden and

MEDICALXPRESS - 2017-09-11 19:23:10

Orca Exploration Is Far Too Cheap To Ignore Given Abundant Catalysts Ahead

Orca is a gas producer in Tanzania. Led by legendary CEO David Lyons, it operates a quasi-energy monopoly, and benefits from World Bank backing. The company doubled production capacity in 2016 and is about to receive a massive cash injection from a local partner. Talented activist Lloyd Miller III h

SEEKINGALPHA.COM - 2017-09-11 17:01:33

U.N. Security Council set to vote on North Korea sanctions

Sept. 11 (UPI) -- The United Nations Security Council is to vote on a new sanctions resolution that could place more economic pressure on North Korea, but Kim Jong Un's assets are not targets, Yonhap reported. The final draft of the resolution also contains language regarding oil exports to North Ko

UPI - 2017-09-11 15:31:36