Drama In Uganda As Besigye Gets In Standoff With Police And Is Taken To His Kasangati Home

By Correspondent , 18 , Feb 2016


By ERIASA MUKIIBI SSERUNJOGI. Kampala Uganda. - Forum for Democratic Change presidential candidate Dr Kizza Besigye this evening stormed a house in Naguru which he and his party officials say .. Read More →

ZANU PF Youths Warn First Lady

By Correspondent , 18 , Feb 2016


BY EVANS MURANGANWA. Harare, Zimbabwe. (News Of The South) - Pressure is mounting on the First Lady Grace Mugabe as a group of ZANU PF youths who supports Mnagangwa have .. Read More →

Uganda Votes Today In General Elections

By Correspondent , 18 , Feb 2016


By Mubeebwa Hillary in Kampala. Kampala, Uganda. (News Of The South) - Ugandans will today vote in a presidential and parliamentary elections, to choose leaders for the next 5-years term. .. Read More →

The 10 000 km RaceTo Uganda State House Picks Up Pace

By Correspondent , 18 , Feb 2016


Uganda Latest Election News. By FREDERIC MUSISI & PATIENCE AHIMBISIBWE Kampala, Uganda. - The two presidential candidates that opinion polls showed to be leading the crowded race covered at least .. Read More →

Borehole Water Necessary To Alleviate Typhoid And Cholera

By Correspondent , 18 , Feb 2016


A tale of two boreholes. By Tendai Chisiri. Harare, Zimbabwe. (News Of The South) - Water molecules are gathered in a bucket of water from tap water, on the bottom .. Read More →

Mliswa Attacks Zimbabwe`s First Lady Grace

By Correspondent , 15 , Feb 2016


BY EVANS MURANGANWA. Harare, Zimbabwe. (News Of The South) - Former Hurungwe West and Mashonaland West Themba Mliswa spewed vitriol on Grace Mugabe’s recent outbursts recently. Speaking at a press .. Read More →

Rhodes Statue Causes A Stir At Oxford University

By Correspondent , 15 , Feb 2016


A figure of 19th Century British colonialist has become the focus of unrest at Oxford University. ere Oxford University student Ruth Akinradewo, who was part of the campaign, tells the .. Read More →

Engineering Sector Corruption Hampering Programmes To Reduce Poverty In Developing World

By Correspondent , 15 , Feb 2016


By Wallace Mawire. Harare, Zimbabwe. (News Of The South) - Massive corruption in the construction and engineering sector in the developing world especially in Africa is sabotaging policies and programmes .. Read More →

Joseph Kabila, From Body Building Fan To President

By Correspondent , 15 , Feb 2016


INTRODUCTION This is an article about how a quiet, body building, martial arts fan became the President of the DRC. It will trace how fate and luck placed him in .. Read More →

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