Zambian Barrick Mine Workers Resume Work After One Day Strike

By Correspondent , 24 , Feb 2015


Lusaka - Workers at Barrick Gold's Lumwana mine resumed work Tuesday after staging a one-day strike over plans by the Canadian company to pull out of copper-rich Zambia, a union .. Read More →

Organisation Brings New Lease Of Life For HIV Positive Young Women

By Correspondent , 24 , Feb 2015


BY EVANS MURANGANWA. Zimbabwe. (News Of The South) - A Harare-based organisation, Champions For Life has contributed immensely in instilling self-esteem and empowering young HIV+ people with the majority being .. Read More →

Ghanaians Pay For Darkness

By Correspondent , 24 , Feb 2015


The Member of Parliament (MP) for Bantama in Kumasi, Kwabena Kokofu, has observed that Ghanaians are paying high electricity bills, even though power is being rationed. He noted with concern .. Read More →

Mugabe Emissaries Join Tsvangirai In “Last Supper”

By Correspondent , 23 , Feb 2015


By Wangu Mazodze. In a statement issued by MDC-T South Africa, without any evidential pictures they said: Mugabe is now an isolated figure, no one still needs him at the .. Read More →

Zimbabwean Woman Threatens Lawsuit Over “False” Story

By Correspondent , 23 , Feb 2015


By Justice Zhou. Johannesburg. (News Of The South) – A South Africa-based Zimbabwean woman has threatened to sue over an image published recently in various media to back an allegedly .. Read More →

Miss Ghana Canada Pageant Calls For Contestants

By Correspondent , 22 , Feb 2015


The 2015 Miss Ghanaian Canadian Pageant is well on its way. This is a traditional beauty pageant for females ages 17-25 who are of Ghanaian Descent. This high profile event .. Read More →

FIFA Opposes Manaus As Potential Venue For Olympics 2016 Venue

By Correspondent , 21 , Feb 2015


If Manaus had any ambition of hosting any Olympic soccer matches, they may just want to slow down their thinking. Last Thursday, leaders of the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics .. Read More →

Pistorius Advert Receives Numerous Complaints From British

By Correspondent , 21 , Feb 2015


An advertisement making light of the trial of South African athlete Oscar Pistorius received by far the most complaints ever in Britain, the advertising watchdog said on Friday. The advert .. Read More →

Nigeria’s Political Uncertainty Hits Stocks And Currency

By Correspondent , 20 , Feb 2015


By Aderogba Obisesan. Lagos (AFP) - The postponement of Nigeria's general election has hit the country's faltering economy, adding to existing pressures caused by the global fall in oil prices, .. Read More →

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