Zim Government To Cut Off 30% Electricity Arrears

By Correspondent , 15 , May 2015


By Donald Nyarota. MUTARE. (News of The South) – Government will cut 30 percent of electricity arrears ahead of by-elections scheduled to take place on June 10, News of the .. Read More →

Black Miss Japan Fighting For Race Revolution

By Correspondent , 14 , May 2015


Ariana Miyamoto entered the Miss Universe Japan beauty contest after a mixed-race friend committed suicide. And she endured abuse after winning the crown because of her skin colour. Far from .. Read More →

Burundi Rocked By Coup Attempt

By Correspondent , 14 , May 2015


KAMPALA-Burundian President Pierre Nkurunziza was on Wednesday reported ousted in a coup led by General Godefroid Niyombareh but his close aides dismissed the news. The announcement came as Mr Nkurunziza .. Read More →

Zimbabwe Hosts Conference To Build HIV Research Capacity Building On The African Continent

By Correspondent , 14 , May 2015


By Wallace Mawire. Harare. (News of The South) - Efforts to build HIV research capacity across the African continent are gathering momentum as witnessed by on-going collaborative linkages between the .. Read More →

Kenyan Interest Groups Unite To Map Out The Road To Paris On Climate Change

By Correspondent , 13 , May 2015


By Kofi Adu Domfeh. Stakeholders from Civil society organisations, Ministry of Environment, Water and Natural Resources (MEWNR) and members from the private sector have come together and combined their approach .. Read More →

Nuns Struggle To Make Ends Meet

By Correspondent , 13 , May 2015


BY- MARTINS E. SSEKWEYAMA. They may have dedicated themselves to a humble life, but the elderly sisters under the Daughters Sister Betty Nalubega, the congregation treasurer, assists Sister Donozio, an .. Read More →

College Dropout Kanye West Finally Graduates

By Correspondent , 12 , May 2015


That’s Dr. Kanye West to you! On Monday, West, who never graduated from college, received an honorary doctorate from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Upon being conferred .. Read More →

Human Capital Must Be Preserved And Secured: Minster Chimene

By Correspondent , 12 , May 2015


By Martin Muleya. Mutare -(News Of The South)- Manicaland Minister of State for Provincial Affairs Mandi Chimene has described as ‘immoral’ the continued death of employees in workplace accidents as .. Read More →

$150 Million Victoria Falls International Airport Opening In Four Months Time

By Correspondent , 12 , May 2015


THE new $150 million international airport at Victoria Falls, which is set to change the face of the region, is just four months away from opening. Africa Albida Tourism chief .. Read More →

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