Two Journalists Shot During Live News Broadcast

By Correspondent , 29 , Aug 2015


A disgruntled former colleague killed a reporter and cameraman during a live broadcast in Virginia before shooting himself dead, say authorities. Alison Parker, 24, and Adam Ward, 27, of CBS .. Read More →

Nigerian President Names Banker As Chief Of Staff

By Correspondent , 28 , Aug 2015


Abuja - Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari made former United Bank for Africa chief Alhaji Abba Kyari his new chief of staff Thursday, as part of his first senior government appointments .. Read More →

Botswana Government Ordered To Treat HIV Positive Prisoners

By Correspondent , 28 , Aug 2015


Gaborone, Aug. 27, GNA - Botswana's Court of Appeal has told that country's Government that it has a legal obligation to provide foreign prisoners who are HIV-positive with antiretrovirals (ARVs) .. Read More →

Nigerian And Two South Africans Race To Become First Blacks To Visit Space

By Correspondent , 27 , Aug 2015


Lagos - In half a century of space travel more than 500 people have glimpsed the Earth from the unique vantage point of the cosmos, yet no black African has .. Read More →

Reprieve For Cricketer Waller

By Correspondent , 27 , Aug 2015


By Perkins Bare. Harare. (News Of The South) - Malcolm Waller was the beneficiary of a second chance from the ICC as he successfully went through a rehabilitation chance in .. Read More →

Paula Abdul Pregnant At 53

By Correspondent , 26 , Aug 2015


Paula Abdul’s publicist was excited to announce that the father is “someone whom Paula has known for a very long time personally and professionally.” However, unconfirmed reports claim the father .. Read More →

Human Rights Commission To Benefit From ZELA Capacity Building

By Correspondent , 26 , Aug 2015


By Pretty Chavango. Harare. (News Of The South) - The Zimbabwe Environmental Law Association (ZELA) is hosting its inaugural capacity strengthening session for Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission (ZHRC) legal officers .. Read More →

Ugandan Minister Sued Over Bank Loan

By Correspondent , 26 , Aug 2015


Kampala.- The Commercial Court in Kampala has summoned the State minister for Economic Monitoring, Henry Banyenzaki for failing to clear a bank a loan of over Shs92 million. According to .. Read More →

Burundi`s New Governmant Dominated By Hardliners

By Correspondent , 26 , Aug 2015


Nairobi - Burundi's President Pierre Nkurunziza unveiled his new cabinet on Tuesday, with the central African nation's government dominated by hardliners and loyalists. The president won a highly controversial third .. Read More →

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