Ugandan Police To Undergo Fresh Vetting: Kayihura

By Correspondent , 03 , Mar 2015


MBARARA- The Inspector General of Police, Gen Kale Kayihura, has said all police officers are to be subjected to fresh vetting to wipe out indisciplined and unprofessional officers. Gen Kayihura .. Read More →

Ten Year Old Whizz Kid Pursues Degree Course

By Correspondent , 02 , Mar 2015


YOUNG MATH whizz who excelled at A-level in the subject last year has now been accepted to pursue a university course. Speaking exclusively to The Voice last year, the two .. Read More →

Brian Hapunda Survives Road Accident

By Correspondent , 02 , Mar 2015


Zambia. - Accident Brian Hapunda PF Media Director Brian Hapunda has survived a terrible road accident on Sunday after his vehicle hit a pothole and over turned three times, on .. Read More →

Museveni In Cabinet Reshuffle

By Correspondent , 02 , Mar 2015


Kampala- President Museveni yesterday reshuffled his Cabinet retaining his newly appointed Prime Minister, Dr Ruhankana Rugunda, and the Vice President, Edward Kiwanuka Ssekandi, but dropped Finance minister Maria Kiwanuka and .. Read More →

Women March For Peace In Congo

By Correspondent , 02 , Mar 2015


Brazzaville - Thousands of women staged a march for peace in the Republic of Congo's capital Brazzaville Sunday as pressure builds over mooted constitutional changes that would pave the way .. Read More →

Zimbabwean Artists Seek To Leave A Mark At South African Fair

By Correspondent , 01 , Mar 2015


By Justice Zhou. Cape Town. (News Of The South) – A group of upcoming Zimbabwean artists aim to promote their work and exchange ideas at a week-long fair held in .. Read More →

Four Thai Fishermen Held Hostage By Somali Pirates For Four Years Finally Released

By Correspondent , 27 , Feb 2015


Nairobi (AFP) - Four Thai fishermen held hostage by Somali pirates for nearly four years have been released, local officials said Friday. "We collected the four Thailand men from a .. Read More →

Enhancing Economic Growth Through Savings

By Correspondent , 27 , Feb 2015


FINANCIAL LIMELIGHT WITH KUDZAI GOREMUSANDU. (News Of The South) - Sub-Saharan Africa has the lowest savings rate in the developing world. While figures vary from country to country, gross domestic .. Read More →

Banana Farming Bails Out Honde Valley Woman From Poverty

By Correspondent , 27 , Feb 2015


BY EVANS MURANGANWA. Manicaland, Zimbabwe. (News Of The South) - A number of women in Manicaland’s Honde Valley area are smiling all the way to bank owing to banana farming. .. Read More →

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