Macron wins French presidency

By Correspondent , 08 , May 2017


Harare, Zimbabwe (News of the South) - Emmanuel Macron was elected French president on Sunday with a business-friendly vision of European integration, defeating Marine Le Pen, a far-right nationalist who threatened to .. Read More →

Macron Beats Le Pen but can he lead France

By Correspondent , 08 , May 2017


By Joshua Cole Harare, Zimbabwe (News of the South) - In the second round of the French presidential election, extremism lost. It is less clear what won.   Estimates after .. Read More →

When old knowledge prevent adoption of new socio-economic practices

By Correspondent , 08 , May 2017


By Charles Dhewa Harare, Zimbabwe (News of the South) - One of the dominant facets of colonization is visible in the structure of African formal food industries.   Many African .. Read More →

What elephants teach us about cancer prevention

By Correspondent , 07 , May 2017


Joshua Schiffman and Lisa Abeglenn Harare, Zimbabwe (News of the South) - Every time a cell divides, there is a chance for a mutation (mistake) to occur in the DNA .. Read More →

Converting tweets into feet: can Zimbabwe’s social media activism oust Robert Mugabe?

By Correspondent , 07 , May 2017


Ciara McCorley Harare, Zimbabwe (News of the South) - Protests against the rule of Zimbabwe’s ageing president, Robert Mugabe, have become commonplace in recent months. In one of the latest .. Read More →

Vending Hurting Africa’s Urban Cities

By Correspondent , 07 , May 2017


Harare, Zimbabwe (News of the South) - In January this year, the Harare City Council in Zimbabwe accused informal food vendors of spreading typhoid. The council then attempted to confiscate, .. Read More →

World Economic Forum needs to move beyond spin if it’s going to help Africa

By Correspondent , 07 , May 2017


The Conversation Harare, Zimbabwe (News of the South) - Set against the backdrop of low growth, dire unemployment figures, and a huge infrastructure deficit – the theme of this year’s .. Read More →

The contradiction at the heart of Rachel Dolezal’s ‘transracialism’

By Correspondent , 07 , May 2017


The Conversation Harare, Zimbabwe (News of the South) - Rachel Dolezal, the former branch president of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) who gained global notoriety .. Read More →

Why Does it Take 12 Seconds to do Poo

By Correspondent , 07 , May 2017


Harare, Zimbabwe (News of the South) - The ancient Chinese practiced copromancy, the diagnosis of health based on the shape, size and texture of faeces.   So did the Egyptians, .. Read More →

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