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Zimbabwe: Inaugural Christian Hip-Hop Awards On Cards

The Herald, By Yeukai Karengezeka – Christian hip hop artistes are set to benefit from the upcoming Christian Hip Hop Achievements Awards slated for December 13. Event organiser, Noel Borerwe


Kenya: Compelling an Employee to Work During His Day of Worship Is Unconstitutional

The Star, By Andrew Halonyere and Valarie Adhiambo – The Kenya Forestry Service has been stopped from punishing its employee Robert Mboya Nyaringo for failing to go for training on


Ghana: Church called on to partner State against corruption

GNA – Mr Eric Opoku, Brong-Ahafo Regional Minister, on Sunday, appealed to churches to partner the state in the fight against indiscipline and corruption which is on the rise. He

Headlines Health

Liberia has shortage of body bags, supplies to fight Ebola outbreak

(CNN) — As the world reels from its worst Ebola outbreak, the nation hardest hit is declaring a shortage of body bags, which are crucial to preventing the spread of


Tips for Getting Enough Healthy Protein in Your Diet

(StatePoint) At a time when over a third of American adults are obese and childhood obesity rates are rising exponentially, more Americans are looking for meat alternatives in their dining

Headlines Health

Hospitals Not Prepared for Ebola, Nurses Union Says After Texas Nurse Tests Positive for Virus

BY Anugrah Kumar , Christian Post Contributer – As follow-up tests confirmed Sunday that a Texas nurse who cared for patient Thomas Eric Duncan has become the first known American

Church & Ministries

Let fear of God help achieve economic prosperity — Aglow President

Graphic Online – The President of Aglow International, Ghana, Mrs Dorothy Danso, says the greatest desire of Ghanaian Christian women is for the country to achieve sustainable economic prosperity and

Church & Ministries

Ghana: Use pulpit to convince the wayward to change — Rev. Yinkah Sarfo

The Anglican Primate of the Church of West Africa, the Most Reverend Professor Daniel Yinkah Sarfo, has said there is the need for churches to preach messages that will convince


Dallas Ebola Patient, Thomas Eric Duncan, Dies

NY Times, Dallas — Thomas Eric Duncan, 42, the patient with the first case of Ebola diagnosed in the United States and the Liberian man at the center of a