Ethanol Production Monopoly Derailing Petroleum Cost Reduction

By Correspondent , 03 , Feb 2016


By Wisdom Mumera. Harare. (News Of The South) -The absence of competition in the ethanol making industry has created an unhealthy monopoly that has derailed the reduction of petroleum costs .. Read More →

Uganda Unveils Africa’s First Solar Powered Bus

By Correspondent , 03 , Feb 2016


By Muhibwa Hillary. Kampala, Uganda. (News Of The South) - A solar powered bus has been unveiled in Kampala, Uganda. The 35-seater bus named Kayoola Solar Bus runs on batteries .. Read More →

Afro Jazz Diva Aims Big In 2016

By Correspondent , 03 , Feb 2016


By Evans Muranganwa. Harare, Zimbabwe. (News Of The South) - South Africa-based Zim songstress said she is setting her eyes on being a musician of international repute against all odds. .. Read More →

Jonas Savimbi`s Family Sue “Call Of Duty” Video Game Makers

By Correspondent , 01 , Feb 2016


By Nathalie Alonso. Nanterre (France) - The children of slain Angolan rebel chief Jonas Savimbi will try to convince a French court Wednesday that the wildly popular video game "Call .. Read More →

A Hot Day In Mbare And The Women Who Don’t Have High Sounding Worries

By Correspondent , 30 , Jan 2016


By Wisdom Mumera. Harare, Zimbabwe. (News Of The South) -The women of Mbare have no care about all the things that you worry about. They don't care who the President .. Read More →

Land Rover Supports Britain`s Wounded Warriors

By Correspondent , 30 , Jan 2016


Jaguar Land Rover is proud to announce its sponsorship of the UK Team at the 2016 Invictus Games. The company will provide financial and logistical support via a fleet of .. Read More →

INTERPOL Opens Special Representation Office At African Union

By Correspondent , 27 , Jan 2016


By INTERPOL. Harare, Zimbabwe. (News Of The South) - An agreement signed by Ethiopia's State Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ambassador Taye Atske-selassie and INTERPOL Secretary General Jürgen Stock has paved .. Read More →

Woman Suffers As Midwife Forgets Cotton Wool Inside Her After Child Birth

By Correspondent , 25 , Jan 2016


Maternal healthcare is a touchy subject for many women who have made the trip to Uganda’s labour wards. A good majority will tell you, “okuzaala kuffa” (to give birth is .. Read More →

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 →

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