Journalist Faces Trials for Comments Made On Western Sahara

By Correspondent , 24 , Jan 2016


Rabat - Moroccan journalist Ali Anouzla is to stand trial next month over comments about the Western Sahara that he made to the German press, he said on Sunday. The .. Read More →

Zimbabwe`s Chevrons level Series Against Bangladesh

By Correspondent , 24 , Jan 2016


By Tendai Chisiri. Zimbabwe 180 for 4(Masakadza 93, Waller 36) beat Bangladesh 162 (Mahmudullah 54, Madziva 4-34, Chisoro 3- 17) by 18 runs. Chevrons made a stunning turnaround to level .. Read More →

Calais Migrants Head To UK After Landmark Court Ruling

By Correspondent , 22 , Jan 2016


London. - Four Syrian migrants arrived in Britain from the so-called "Jungle" migrant camp in Calais after a landmark court ruling which could see more crossing the Channel. Family members .. Read More →

United Kingdom In Wide Call For Business Trainees

By Correspondent , 22 , Jan 2016


Applications now open for traineeship scheme to diversify the film industry workforce FILM INDUSTRY organisations, Film Distributors’ Association and the Independent Cinema Office are delighted to announce that the industry-wide .. Read More →

Africans For Momentum Networking Dinner In Croydon A Success

By Correspondent , 19 , Jan 2016


Press Release. Participants at a networking dinner last Saturday got a better understanding of Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn's Standing To Deliver 10-point plan, and an opportunity to interact with .. Read More →

Mnangagwa Impersonator Gets 30 Month Sentence

By Correspondent , 19 , Jan 2016


By Wisdom Mumera. A man who impersonated Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa and lied about being a member of the CIO duping an unsuspecting man of US$3000 was sentenced to 30 .. Read More →

7 Reasons Why Love I My Wife

By Correspondent , 19 , Jan 2016


By Okyeame Kwame. 1. Understanding - When we were getting married (in the picture) Anni downed the cost of the ceremony by accepting a modest wedding. But the thing that .. Read More →

Ugandan Court Stops Parliament`s Action On Journalists Without Degrees

By Correspondent , 18 , Jan 2016


Kampala, Uganda.- The High Court has put on hold Parliament’s plan to bar reporters without degrees from covering proceedings of the legislature and its committees. Ms Beatrice Stella Atingu, the .. Read More →

Zimbabwe Seed Makers Urged To Adopt Highest Standards

By Correspondent , 15 , Jan 2016


By Wisdmom Mumera. HArare, Zimbabwe. (News Of The South) - The country’s seed makers have been urged to adopt the region’s highest standards as a way of fighting off competition .. Read More →

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