March 31

March 30

  • Women Demand a Seat At the Political Table


    The countdown to the Gambia's 2016 general elections has begun with a rare move to bring together female politicians from across the divided political spectrum to ensure increased... Read more »

  • Pregnancies Among Pupils Worrying

    Times of Zambia

    THERE is no doubt that the problem of pregnancies among schools girls is still a vexing issue in Zambia. Judging by the magnitude of this problem, there is urgent need to find a... Read more »

  • Engage Women in Agribusiness, Urges World Bank

    Times of Zambia

    THERE is need for the Government to engage women in agribusiness for them to contribute towards greater gender equality and economic development, World Bank has said. Read more »

  • Hostels Protect School Girls From Many Ills

    Daily News

    HAMIDA Abdallah is a Form Four student at a school in Muheza District, Tanga Region. Hamida, who is a mother of a one-and-a-half-year-old child, says she was raped and made... Read more »

  • Mystery World of the Abuja 'Mad Woman'


    Tormenting words common among insane persons show in the character of a black, tall lady who is likely to be in her late twenties. Maria, as she is called, is single with no... Read more »

  • Cleric Slaughters Woman in Ibadan


    There was pandemonium at Ori eru, Idikan area of Ibadan, Oyo State yesterday, when a supposed Muslim Cleric (Alfa), Isa Salaudeen, was caught in the act, slaughtering a woman in... Read more »

  • African Women's Wrestling Championship - Tunisia Rank Second

    Tunis Afrique Presse

    Tunisia ranked second in the African Women's Wrestling Championship held on Saturday at El Menzah. Read more »

  • Nigerian, African Women Form Trade Bridge With Turkey

    Daily Trust

    Women in the emerging and developing world are considered important in entrepreneurship because, as participants at the recent African -Turkey Women Trade Bridge conference in... Read more »

  • U17 Women's World Cup - Nigeria and Ghana Eliminated in the Quarterfinals

    Africa Top Sports

    They were the last African representatives to the 4th edition of the World Cup Under-17 female version which takes place in Costa Rica. Unfortunately, Ghana and Nigeria were... Read more »

  • It's Time to Tackle SGBV in Rural Areas

    Zimbabwe Standard

    Sexual and Gender Based Violence (SGBV), in its various forms, is widespread in communities in Zimbabwe, cutting across class, race, age and religion. Read more »

  • Mothers Day - Women Pray for Peace, Unity


    Women and mothers in the Cathedral Church of the Advent in Abuja, on Sunday, prayed for peace, protection and unity of the country as preparations for the 2015 elections gathered... Read more »

  • Those Who Ruin Young Women!

    Daily News

    I WOKE up with a start and sat up in bed. I thought I had heard someone trying to open my door. Thieves were a nagging social menace in Kuruya. Read more »

  • Tissa's World - Steps to Recover From a Broken Heart


    We all know how hard it is to nurse a broken heart. Worse still is letting the other person go. Read more »

  • Why Women Are Susceptible to Backache

    New Times

    Backache is a fairly common problem among women of all ages. Almost all women universally suffer from pain in the back sometime or the other. Read more »

  • Candidiasis, the Danger Lurking in Your Body

    New Times

    The Wolfe Clinic summed up Candida on their web site when they said one of the greatest health risks to human life today is not what you would ordinarily think of or focus your... Read more »

  • Programme Benefits HIV Positive Women

    Zimbabwe Standard

    *CHIPO is a proud mother of two healthy children, something she would never have achieved if she had not embarked on the Prevention of Mother to Child Transmission (PMTCT)... Read more »

  • Sociologist Urges Women to Stick to Dignity


    Angolan women were urged to give priority to dignity of body and soul as a decisive factor of their importance in the society. Read more »

March 29

AllAfrica publishes around 2,000 reports a day from more than 130 news organizations and over 200 other institutions and individuals, representing a diversity of positions on every topic. We publish news and views ranging from vigorous opponents of governments to government publications and spokespersons. Publishers named above each report are responsible for their own content, which AllAfrica does not have the legal right to edit or correct.

Articles and commentaries that identify as the publisher are produced or commissioned by AllAfrica. To address comments or complaints, please Contact us.