Ntando Mahlangu went from not being able to walk to Paralympian in just four years.
Photographs of nooses, bound hands, bruised faces and gagged mouths of women and children – with the words ‘save’, ‘innocent’, ‘bought’ or ‘sold’ – are appearing on billboards and on social and other media. This kind of imagery is sensationalist and designed to evoke a social and moral panic. They do little more than distract […]
Faith Kariuki is a 37-year-old mother of three and a nutritionist. When she contracted coronavirus, Faith was exclusively breastfeeding her five-month-old son and this meant she had to stop breastfeeding her child and self-isolate. She was worried about infecting her family and particularly her baby. Faith’s story shows the struggles nursing mothers who contract Covid-19 […]
“I saved a big war. I’ve saved a couple of them,” he said, shortly after Ethiopia’s Prime Minister Abi Ahmed was awarded the prize. Source link Share this:
All major companies in Somalia give the jihadists money, both in the form of monthly payments and a yearly “zakat” (obligatory alms) of 2.5% of annual profits, says the report, which is based on interviews with al-Shabab members, Somali businesspeople, government officials and others. Source link Share this: