April 15

  • Housewives Help Write Kenya's First Mwananchi Recipes

    The Star

    Nutritionists are compiling a "Mwananchi" cookbook for Kenyans in rural areas and slums who research reveals suffer high obesity rates due to wrong choices of food and unhealthy... Read more »

  • Middle Aged Man Rapes 80 Year Old Woman

    The Star

    Police in Webuye have arrested a 30 year old man for allegedly raping an 80 year old woman. A neighbor says the man forced his way into the woman's house and raped her after she... Read more »

  • Media-Police Pact Can Help End Mara Women Killings

    Daily News

    STORIES and articles published by some sections of the media to show how women are killed in Musoma Rural District in Mara Region have started bearing fruit. Read more »

  • DCB Dishes Out Sh41 Billion Loans to Women

    Daily News

    THE DCB Commercial Bank has dished out more than 41bn/- loans from 2002 when it started operations to March this year for supporting women entrepreneurs in three Municipalities of... Read more »

  • Angie Brooks Center Turns Five


    The Angie Brooks International Centre (ABIC) for Women's Empowerment, Leadership, Development, International Peace and Security has begun celebrating achievements in women... Read more »

  • Banyana Share Spoils With Zimbabwe

    SA Info

    South Africa's women's football team, Banyana Banyana, showed plenty of character to come from behind to draw 2-2 with Zimbabwe in an entertaining friendly international at the... Read more »

  • Men of Change Supports Girls' Education

    New Dawn

    A group called Women of Change, established by some Liberian women in 2010 has been fighting against domestic violence faced by women here, and promoting women's rights through... Read more »

  • Clampdown On Chauvinists, Perverts

    The Herald

    Female Members of Parliament recently shared their harrowing experiences of sexual harassment at the hands of their male counterparts in an endeavour to hold political positions. Read more »

  • Chikaola Happy With Team's Performance

    The Herald

    MIGHTY Warriors assistant coach Johane Chikaola says she was impressed with the team's performance in Johannesburg where they drew 2-2 with Banyana Banyana in an international... Read more »

  • State Reminds SADC that Gender Equality is Possible

    Gender Links

    Lesotho ranks highest in the SADC region in having women in political decision making sphere, and this "reminds us that women equal participation is possible and it is important",... Read more »

  • What Happens to Female Patient At JFK?


    Reliable source has told the INQUIRER that a patient named Mariama Seasay, age 23, has gone missing from her sick bed at the John F. Kennedy Memorial Hospital about two months ago. Read more »

  • Wives Tear Into Husbands' Bedroom Antics On Whatsapp


    If this heavily edited thread making the rounds on social networking media WhatsApp is anything representative, then gentlemen, your wives really are a tired bunch (bakoowu). Read more »

  • DStv to Pamper Women


    MultiChoice has launched a women and children's campaign to appreciate their younger and feminine audience. Read more »

  • Why Women Crave for Sugar More Than Men


    Most women I talk to have experienced sugar cravings, no matter what time of year or month. Read more »

  • Fashola Tasks Mothers On Family Planning


    Gov. Babatunde Fashola of Lagos State on Tuesday appealed to mothers to embrace exclusive breast-feeding and family planning to reduce the high rate of infant mortality in Nigeria. Read more »

  • Veep Fetes U-17 Girl's Team

    Times of Zambia

    REPUBLICAN Vice-President Guy Scott yesterday feted the Zambia Under-17 woman team that participated at the Costa Rica 2014 FIFA Women Cup finals. Speaking at the luncheon held at... Read more »

  • Five National Gender Summits Kick Off Across the Region

    Gender Links

    As the Botswana national anthem resounded at the opening ceremony of the SADC Gender Protocol @Work Summit at Fairgrounds Holding in Gaborone yesterday, four concurrent gender... Read more »

  • Woman Kills Her Children Folowing a Domestic Row

    The Star

    A woman in Elgeyo Marakwet County today slashed to death her two sons and attempted to commit suicide following a domestic row. Police said the woman was angry that her husband had... Read more »

  • Gender Injustice Prevails

    Gender Links

    In her keynote address at the Botswana Protocol@Work Summit opening ceremony yesterday, Kelebogile Kgabi- Deputy Permenant Secretary of the Botswana Ministry of Labour and Home... Read more »

  • Minister Mabuza Officially Opens the SADC Protocol At Work Swaziland Summit

    Gender Links

    Approximately 54 participants are battling it out in this year's Southern African Development Community (SADC) Protocol@Work Summit in Swaziland being held under the banner, "Yes... Read more »

  • 5050 Remains Elusive

    Gender Links

    At the opening ceremony of the Botswana SADC Protocol@Work Summit that kicked off yesterday in Gaborone President of the Botswana Association of Local Authorities (BALA) Reverend... Read more »

  • Give Equal Voice to Women

    Gender Links

    Professor, Richard Rooney, Head of Media studies at the University of Botswana, which is a Gender Links Gender and Media Education Institution (GIME), highlighted the importance of... Read more »

  • SADC Gender Protocol Barometer 2013 Swaziland

    Gender Links

    This is the fifth annual tracking report of Swaziland's performance against the 28 targets of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) Protocol on Gender and Development... Read more »

  • Bees Kill 83-Yr-Old Woman in Imo


    Shock and confusion reigned supreme in Nchoko Amiri community, Oru East local council area of Imo State, as an 83-year old woman, Madam Nwanyiaro Orji, was reportedly stung to... Read more »

  • Ugandan Drugs Dealer Convicted

    New Dawn

    A female Ugandan drugs dealer Shirat Nalwadda is convicted on multiple crimes in Liberia after a trial at the Criminal Court "C", Temple of Justice in Monrovia. Read more »

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