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History Of The International Women’s Day Around The World

History Of The International Women's Day Around The World

The earliest “International Woman’s Day”, was scheduled on 28th of February , 1909, New York deformed by the Socialist Party of America at the suggestion of Theresa Malkiel. This session was said to have been a toasting day protested by women workers in New York on 8th March , 1857, but whodo research interpreted this as myth. Check also: How To ...

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Over 700 Churches Are Closed In Rwanda

Rwanda has closed over 700 churches due to noise pollution. Pentecostal churches were most closed and also one mosque was closed down. Check also: Pastors Demand Criminal Investigation On False Prophets That Are Misleading Ugandans Despite the closure of some churches, an official of Rwanda revealed that some of them were reopened immediately after they were inspected and approved later. According ...

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Uganda’s Parliament To Set Its Own TV And Radio Station

MPs demand heavy punishment against homo sexuality

The Uganda parliament has insisted that it should have its own TV and radio station. Check also: Switching TV back to analogue should not be – court says The August house’s suggestion has been defended by Chris Obore the Parliament’s Director for Communication and Public Affairs. Obore says that if the TV and radio station is set up it will supplement ...

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Zimbabwe’s Opposition Leader Morgan Tsvangirai Dies

Tsvangirai dies

Zimbabwe’s main opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai died in South Africa yesterday evening. (14the February 2018). Check also: Zimbabwe’s New Leader, Mnangagwa Appoints Senior Military Officials Tsvangirai’s death was confirmed MDC vice president Elias Mudzuri . He has been suffering from colon cancer. Mudzuri tweeted: “As you are aware that our MDC T President, Dr Morgan Richard has not been feeling ...

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South African President Jacob Zuma Resigns

zuma resigns

Jacob Zuma the South African president has finally resigned as the country’s president after threats from his own party ANC. Check also: S.Africa’s President Jacob must face charges of corruption -Court Rules Zuma was threatened by his own party members that if he had not resigned, he would have faced a vote of no confidence in parliament. This soared high ...

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