Women`s Organisations Take Zimbabwe`s Local Authorities To Task

By Correspondent , 24 , Dec 2014


BY EVANS MURANGANWA. Zimbabwe. (News Of The South) - Local women`s organisations in Zimbabwe are leading in pursuing local authorities on providing efficient service delivery. Most local authorities are failing .. Read More →

Twitter Threatened By Sony Over Hacking Leaks

By Correspondent , 24 , Dec 2014


SONY PICTURES is attempting to clear up the fallout from the recent hacking scandal by issuing legal action against Twitter if the social media giant does not block posts that .. Read More →

Sejusa Ready To Uproot Museveni

By Correspondent , 24 , Dec 2014


KAMPALA. - Gen David Sejusa has denied any dealing with government and reaffirmed his call for regime change, saying he is now a transformed man ready to uproot President Museveni .. Read More →

North Korea Partially Back Online After Web Access Cut Off

By Correspondent , 23 , Dec 2014


Some internet services have been restored in North Korea after an almost unprecedented internet outage, amid a cyber security row with the US. Though there has been no comment from .. Read More →

South African President Zuma In Good Health Following Health Scare

By Correspondent , 22 , Dec 2014


Johannesburg - South Africa's President Jacob Zuma on Sunday declared that he was in "perfect condition", in his first comments allaying concerns over his health following his hospitalisation in June. .. Read More →

Essebsi Elected Tunisian President At 88

By Correspondent , 22 , Dec 2014


Tunis - Veteran politician Caid Beiji Essebsi, officially confirmed as Tunisia's new president Monday, had been the favourite to become the new head of state of the country that launched .. Read More →

Marzouki Refuses To Accept Defeat In Tunisia`s First Presidential Elections

By Correspondent , 22 , Dec 2014


Moncef Marzouki has refused to admit defeat in Tunisia's first free presidential election after exit polls suggested Beji Caid Essebsi had won. The caretaker president, a former exile, said his .. Read More →

Mugabe Fires Seven More Parliamentarians As Zimbabwe Clean Up Continues

By Correspondent , 21 , Dec 2014


By Velaphi Mabweazara. Harare. (News Of The South) - Zimbabwe's government clean up saw seven more parliamentarians losing their cabinet posts. A statement issued by the Chief Secretary to the .. Read More →

Boko Haram Likely To Spread In African Region: President Alpha Conde

By Correspondent , 21 , Dec 2014


Paris - Guinea's president warned Sunday that Islamic extremism risked spreading throughout west Africa and called on countries in the region to do more to help Nigeria in its struggle .. Read More →

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