Monthly Archive: January 2016

Kenya’s Evangelical Alliance opposes registration plan

Kenya’s evangelical churches have condemned government plans to make it tougher for religious bodies and clerics from all faiths to operate. The move was aimed at stopping the growth of evangelical churches, said the...

Mozambique Refugees Flee to Malawi

  Malawi continues receiving hundreds of refugees from Mozambique six months after RENAMO fighters carried out two attacks in Tete province.   The fighting in July forced more than 700 people into Malawi and...

Zambia Ruling Party Warns Supporters Over Possible Divisions

Zambia’s ruling Patriotic Front party has warned its members that it is the prerogative of incumbent President Edgar Lungu to choose his vice presidential running mate before the August 11 presidential and legislative elections....

South Sudanese Parties Agree to Share Cabinet Slots

JUBA South Sudan’s warring parties agreed on Thursday to share ministerial positions in a transitional government of national unity, the chair of the body monitoring a peace deal said. President Salva Kiir and his...

140 Dead in Ethiopia’s Oromo Protests

A rights organization says at least 140 people in Ethiopia’s Oromo state have been killed by security forces during anti-government protests, far beyond what the government has confirmed. Human Rights watch said Friday that...

Thousands Flee as South Sudan Violence Intensifies

The United Nations refugee agency reports thousands of people in South Sudan’s Western Equatoria State are fleeing from growing violence and criminality. The outflow adds to the already huge problem of displacement both inside...

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Kenya Bans Sex Talk and Preacher Shows

Kenya has published new broadcast regulations, which will place strict limits on sexual content and ban preachers from soliciting money on air. Explicit content will only be allowed on the airwaves between 11:00 PM...

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