Zimbabwe Trained Nurse Wins UK Award

By Correspondent , 03 , Jun 2015


A Zimbabwean nurse who works with young people and families involved in London gangs has been recognised for her work. Dorcas Gwata was awarded the Nursing Standard Mental Health Nurse .. Read More →

Coffee Production Falls By 92% CZI

By Correspondent , 03 , Jun 2015


By Donald Nyarota. MUTARE, Zimbabwe. (News of The South) – The unprecedented rate of decline in coffee production over the past decade is an embarrasment to the nation an official .. Read More →

Blatter Maintained A Clean Sheet In Promoting African Football: GFA Boss

By Correspondent , 03 , Jun 2015


By William Nana Yaw Been. President of the Ghana Football Association, (GFA) Mr. Kwesi Nyantakyi, has observed that Africa would be missing outgoing FIFA President, Sepp Blatter, since he exhibited .. Read More →

Workers Union Challenge Short Term Contracts

By Correspondent , 02 , Jun 2015


By Donald Nyarota. MUTARE, Zimbabwe. (News of The South)- Diamond workers, call Mbada Diamonds on their bluff after it fired 159 demonstrating workers, are seeking conciliation News of the South .. Read More →

Couple Sues Hospital Over Baby Swap

By Correspondent , 02 , Jun 2015


KAMPALA- A couple has sued the government over acts of gross negligence by Mulago National Referral Hospital after the health facility allegedly swapped their live baby boy with a dead .. Read More →

Lion Attacks And Kills American Woman In South African Park

By Correspondent , 01 , Jun 2015


By CHRISTOPHER TORCHIA. JOHANNESBURG — A lion killed an American woman at a private park in Johannesburg on Monday, the park said. The lion attacked the woman who was sitting .. Read More →

Inflation Up To 4.9% In Uganda

By Correspondent , 01 , Jun 2015


Kampala. Shortages in food supply in the market and a weak Shilling have pushed up Uganda’s annual headline inflation rate to 4.9 per cent, up from 3.6 per cent. This .. Read More →

Barclays And Standard Chartered Commence FIFA Investigation

By Correspondent , 31 , May 2015


Two UK banks have started internal reviews into whether they were used for corrupt payments by Fifa officials, the BBC understands. Barclays and Standard Chartered, as well as HSBC, were .. Read More →

Tutu Blasts South African Government For Humiliating The Country

By Correspondent , 31 , May 2015


Johannesburg - Archbishop Desmond Tutu on Saturday blasted the South African government for humiliating the country by allowing the president to get away with spending $24 million of taxpayers' money .. Read More →

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