Hunger Stalks Zimbabwe`s Mutasa Villagers

By Correspondent , 09 , Feb 2016


By Evans Muranganwa. Harare, Zimbabwe. (News Of The South) - Fear of starvation in the worsening nationwide hunger, affecting above 1.5 million people in Zimbabwe, is spurring a huge fight .. Read More →

Protests Hit South Africa As Top Court Hears Case Against Zuma

By Correspondent , 09 , Feb 2016


Johannesburg. - South African opposition protesters marched on Tuesday to Johannesburg's Constitutional Court, where judges heard a case over public money spent on President Jacob Zuma's private house. The upgrades .. Read More →

50 000 Children Face Death As Drought Hits Somalia

By Correspondent , 09 , Feb 2016


More than 50,000 children in Somalia “face death” because of the ongoing drought there, the UN says. A stark warning issued by the UN’s humanitarian office , Ocha, said the .. Read More →

England Cricketers Two Up Against South Africa

By Correspondent , 08 , Feb 2016


Port Elizabeth (South Africa) - England beat South Africa by five wickets in the second one-day international at St George's Park, Port Elizabeth on Saturday. South Africa opened with 262 .. Read More →

Vendors Demonstrate Against Municipal Police

By Correspondent , 04 , Feb 2016


BY Tafadzwa Evans Muranganwa - OWN CORRESPONDENT. Harare, Zimbabwe. (News Of The South) - Placard-waving vendors demonstrated peacefully against continued “harassment and extortion” by municipal police at Town House Building .. Read More →

Tanzanian Student Partly Stripped And Beaten Up By Indian Mob

By Correspondent , 04 , Feb 2016


Bangalore (India) - India police arrested five people Thursday over an enraged mob's attack on a Tanzanian student who was beaten, her shirt ripped off and car set ablaze in .. Read More →

Green Shoots Exhibition Now Open In Harare

By Correspondent , 03 , Feb 2016


By Edward Makuzva. Harare,Zimbabwe. (News of The South) - The National Gallery of Zimbabwe School of Visual Arts and Design had an end of year exhibition; Green Shoots 2015, which .. Read More →

Ethanol Production Monopoly Derailing Petroleum Cost Reduction

By Correspondent , 03 , Feb 2016


By Wisdom Mumera. Harare. (News Of The South) -The absence of competition in the ethanol making industry has created an unhealthy monopoly that has derailed the reduction of petroleum costs .. Read More →

Uganda Unveils Africa’s First Solar Powered Bus

By Correspondent , 03 , Feb 2016


By Muhibwa Hillary. Kampala, Uganda. (News Of The South) - A solar powered bus has been unveiled in Kampala, Uganda. The 35-seater bus named Kayoola Solar Bus runs on batteries .. Read More →

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