I am a 19year old student at The Kabarak University in Kenya. I joined this college a virgin though I have had boyfriends before,my parents are strict so having sex was never on my mind. September 22nd, 2013, is a day I will never forget, we went clubbing in town and got drunk with some senior students then went back hostels for party around 2am.
“I remember waking up naked to a guy called Javan with my private part painful and I realised he had sex with me when I was drunk. I only asked if he used a condom and he said yes.
“However, when taking bath i noticed sperms down there, i wanted to commit suicide, i feared getting pregnant and HIV, I took drug and hoped i was HIV free.
An incident of police brutality in Cape Town, Kensington Area in South Africa was released on Facebook today. The video shows a man being arrested by police and security guards. Despite their numbers, they we unable to subdue the man being arrested who didn’t seem to be showing too much resistance.
Kenyan pastor Rev. Njohi has raised not only a few eyebrows but red flags with his unorthodox suggestion of having his female congregants remove their bras and underwear before coming to church, so that Christ can freely enter their bodies with his spirit.
Gabriella is not a Zambian, but she shared her story hours ago online to inform other women about her ordeal in the hands of her boyfriend and it has been going viral.
”This might be a little graphic but I just want to let everyone know that I am okay. I am a survivor of domestic violence with a boy I dated for 8 months. I really thought everything was fine but he constantly questioned me about cheating and flirting.
Non sense. I never looked at someone the way he looked at me. Thought I loved this boy. How can someone that ‘loves’ me do this to me? The scars on my chest are way worse and extend down to my right nipple, completely scarred. The skin on my shoulder has been completely skinned.
People in the North West Province(South Africa) frequently complain about the bad state of the roads. Provincial MP’s decided to inspect it and while there, in an ironic twist they witnessed an accident first hand
A woman who was convicted of assault for pulling her cheating husband’s testicles so hard he required stitches, had her sentence reduced by the High Court in Pretoria, The Star newspaper reported on Wednesday.
Gladys Chauke was initially sentenced to a year in prison with the option of a R3000 fine, but judges Ronel Tolmay and Cynthia Pretorius lowered it to three months in prison or a fine of R1000, according to the report.
The judges said the Limpopo magistrate who originally sentenced Chauke should have considered, as a mitigating factor, that it was a crime of passion.
"The assault itself was not of such a serious nature. The sentence induces a sense of shock…" said Tolmay.
The magistrate justified the sentence saying Chauke deserved it since she attacked a "very delicate, intricate part of the human anatomy".