Tunisia’s New President Essebsi Sworn In

By Correspondent , 31 , Dec 2014


By Ines Bel Aiba. Tunis - Anti-Islamist Beji Caid Essebsi, 88, was sworn in as Tunisia's first freely elected president on Wednesday, four years after an uprising that triggered the .. Read More →

Debris From Missing AirAsia QZ8501 Flight Identified

By Correspondent , 31 , Dec 2014


Indonesian officials have confirmed that bodies and debris found in the Java Sea off Borneo are from AirAsia flight QZ8501 that went missing on Sunday, a statement by AirAsia says. .. Read More →

MDC – T Pleads With South African Church To Reconsider Refugee Evictions

By Correspondent , 31 , Dec 2014


By Justice Zhou. Johannesburg. (News Of The South) - Zimbabwe opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai's party on Tuesday pleaded with authorities to reconsider planned eviction of hundreds of refugees from a .. Read More →

Motorists Ignore Temporary Closure Of Chilonga Bridge

By Correspondent , 30 , Dec 2014


By Sifelani Murambiwa. Zimbabwe. (News Of The South) - Chiredzi District on Monday announced the immediate temporary closure of flooding Chilonga Bridge as motorists continued to force their way past. .. Read More →

Court In Mozambique Confirms Ruling Frelimo Won Elections

By Correspondent , 30 , Dec 2014


Maputo - Mozambique's electoral body on Tuesday confirmed the ruling Frelimo party's candidate Filipe Nyusi had won October's presidential election, as the opposition still refused to accept defeat. Former defence .. Read More →

Zimbabwe Sugarcane Farmers Accuse Cane Lands Trust Of Converting US$900 000

By Correspondent , 30 , Dec 2014


By Sifelani Murambiwa. Zimbabwe. (News Of The South) - Cane Lands Trust a European Union implementing partner in the Sugar Adaptation Strategy has been accused by sugarcane farmers for sabotaging .. Read More →

Smartphone Usage Changing People`s Brains: Study

By Correspondent , 29 , Dec 2014


The brain is quickly adapting to touchscreen smartphone technology, say researchers who have carried out a study on human volunteers. The scientists used what is called electroencephalography (EEG) to measure .. Read More →

Cholera Outbreak Imminent As Rubbish Collection Problems Continue In Chiredzi

By Correspondent , 29 , Dec 2014


By Sifelani Murambiwa. Chiredzi, Zimbabwe. (News Of The South) - Vendors in Chiredzi have criticised Chiredzi Town Council for failing to mould lasting solutions to perennial rubbish collection problems at .. Read More →

Form One And Grade Zero Places A Nightmare For Chiredzi Residents

By Correspondent , 29 , Dec 2014


By Sifelani Murambiwa. Chiredzi, Zimbabwe. (News Of The South) - Hundreds of prospective Grade 0 and Form 1 students in Chiredzi are likely have their right to education violated as .. Read More →

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