Soweto Uprising Marked Turning Point Against Apatheid

By Correspondent , 16 , Jun 2016


Soweto (South Africa) - On June 16, 1976, thousands of black students spilled into the streets of Soweto against a government order that South African schools could only teach in .. Read More →

Russia Issued Suspended Disqualification For Euro 2016

By Correspondent , 16 , Jun 2016


Russia EURO 2016 Russia will be thrown out of Euro 2016 if their fans cause further trouble, says European governing body Uefa. The Russians have also been fined 150,000 euros .. Read More →

Obama Assures Orlando Gay Community They “Are not Alone”

By Correspondent , 15 , Jun 2016


US President Barack Obama on Tuesday voiced solidarity with the LGBT community after the shooting rampage at an Orlando gay nightclub, calling the gunman an "angry, disturbed, unstable young man .. Read More →

Billionnnaire Rebrab`s Media Purchase Halted By Algerian Court

By Correspondent , 15 , Jun 2016


Algiers - An Algerian court on Wednesday halted a bid by billionaire Issad Rebrab, the country's richest entrepreneur, to buy a media group that has been critical of President Abdelaziz .. Read More →

Trading Becomes Zimbabwe`s Main Economic Sector

By Correspondent , 11 , Jun 2016


By Victor Mkombwe. Gwanda Zimbabwe. - (News Of The South.) Informal sector through trading has become the main economic sector in Zimbabwe since 2008. Trading in Zimbabwe has a multiplicity .. Read More →

Sickle Cell Research Medical Doctor Anya Mclaren Receives Award

By Correspondent , 10 , Jun 2016


A JAMAICAN medical practitioner based in Toronto, Dr Anya McLaren, has received the prestigious Paediatrics Scientific Abstract Award from the American Thoracic Society (ATS) for her groundbreaking research in sickle .. Read More →

Thousands Mourn Muhammed Ali in Kentucky

By Correspondent , 10 , Jun 2016


Muslims have travelled from all over the world to Louisville, Kentucky, to attend a traditional Muslim prayer service for Muhammad Ali, the record-setting world heavyweight champion, who passed away last .. Read More →

Racist Facebook Rant Lands South African Woman $10 000 Fine

By Correspondent , 10 , Jun 2016


Johannesburg - A South African court Friday fined a white estate agent $10,000 for comparing black beachgoers to monkeys in a Facebook post that sparked outrage over racist attitudes more .. Read More →

Museveni Receives Highest Military Honour

By Correspondent , 10 , Jun 2016


By NELSON WESONGA. BUIKWE -President Museveni has received the Order Katonga, which is highest military decoration in Uganda. The medal was presented to him on Thursday by Chief Justice Bart .. Read More →

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