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6 hrs ago | GhanaSoccerNet.com
Ghana defender Awal Mohammed insists he is not troubled by the inability of coach Kwesi Appiah to monitor him during his time in South Africa.
8 hrs ago | Malaysian National News Agency
KUALA LUMPUR, April 22 -- South Africa regards Malaysia as a friend as it celebrates Freedom Day on Sunday.
12 hrs ago | Christianity Today
After traveling 250,000 miles through Dar al-Islam as Muslims call their world, career missiologist David Garrison came to a startling conclusion: Muslim background believers are leading Muslims to Christ in staggering numbers, but not in the West.
16 hrs ago | Switched
We greedy humans can engineer high-rise hotels and curate five-star restaurants and organize luxury tours, but these things would be absolutely impossible if it weren't for the beautiful bounty our planet gives us to work with.
A BUSINESSMAN from Ulverston who has organised an international charity concert is hoping local generosity will help make a difference to some of the world's most disadvantaged children.
CHRIS ULHMANN: A group of grandmothers from a small town in Canada have started a social movement that is changing the lives of women in Africa.
In just 30 days, the site logged visitors from 100 countries on six continents and continues to grow.
While travelling from Lagos to Abuja in 2011, a Nigerian "big man" who sat beside me on the plane discovered by glaring at my smart phone screen that I worked on Nigeria's Next newspaper and began to complain bitterly.
This summer Rochester students John Dawson '13/T5'14 and Katherine Wegman '15, will spend two months in Cape Town, South Africa, building a new community center for residents of Egoli, a squatter community on the outskirts of Cape Town.
April 20, 2014 - Vibrant colors are woven through grass baskets from Senegal for sale at the 28th annual Africa in April Sunday afternoon at Robert Church Park off Beale.
"Instead of buying new clothes and new bonnets and all sorts of stuff, we were saving that money and putting it in an offering for clean water in Ethiopia," says Knight.
It lacks the stirring power of the Battle Cry of Freedom. It's not as enduring as When Johnny Comes Marching Home.
In 2012 I traveled to Tanzania, East Africa through a servant and leadership program that the university I was attending offered.
The symptoms of jet lag - fatigue, headache, indigestion - are all too common. PostTV producer Gillian Brockell explains what happens in your brain when you get jet-lagged and what scientists have discovered to fight it.
It's Sunday, and 15,000 people are seated in the enormous arena-like church, fanning themselves against the dusty humid air in Nigeria.