Feud Continues For Embattled Zimbabwean Man In Namibia

By Correspondent , 19 , Jul 2014


An embattled Zimbabwean vocational trainer was forced to go back to the court alleging harassment and mistreatment by the Namibia Training Authority (NTA) despite an interdict issued by the High .. Read More →

South Africa`s water Crisis Leads To Riots And Deaths

By Correspondent , 19 , Jul 2014


Bloemhof (South Africa) (AFP) - Three babies who died from drinking tap water contaminated by sewage have become a tragic symbol of South Africa's struggle to cope with a flood .. Read More →

Procrastination: Creating The Illusion Of Time

By Correspondent , 19 , Jul 2014


By Pearson Mbendera (News Of The South) - We all have a to-do list, which has a number of all the plans we need to execute. But it’s not every .. Read More →

Road Rage Nurse Gets 12 Months Jail Sentence

By Correspondent , 18 , Jul 2014


A NURSE who drove away with a woman clinging to her car bonnet following a row over parking has been jailed for 12 months. Ophelia Okai-Koi, 52, of Barnet, northwest .. Read More →

The Reality Of Prostate Cancer And Black Men

By Correspondent , 18 , Jul 2014


Welcome to the world of men's prostate problems! Prostate cancer is an interesting disease forks! To treat or not to treat is also interesting because the disease itself is also .. Read More →

Russia 'Must Reflect' On Shooting Down Of Malaysian Plane

By Correspondent , 18 , Jul 2014


Britain has said it is "clear" where responsibility for the shooting down of a packed passenger plane lies, as the US said it cannot rule out Russian involvement in the .. Read More →

Zuma Reacts To BRICS Bank Controversy

By Correspondent , 18 , Jul 2014


By John Chimunhu. (News Of The South) South African president Jacob Zuma has defended the controversial move to have the New Development Bank (NDB) set up Wednesday by the BRICS .. Read More →

Jonathan Appeals For $1 Billion To Fight Boko Haram

By Correspondent , 18 , Jul 2014


By John Chimunhu (News Of The South). Nigerian president Goodluck Jonathan has appealed for parliamentary approval to borrow $1 billion to fight the deadly Boko Haram insurgency. Jonathan's urgent letter .. Read More →

MDC Urges Zimbabwe Government To Sign UN Arms Trade Treaty To End Violence.

By Correspondent , 18 , Jul 2014


Press Statement Issued By Honourable Senator Lilian Timveos, Alternative Minister and MDC Spokesperson for Home Affairs. Zimbabwe has an unknown number of illegal firearms. The regular incidences of armed violence .. Read More →

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