Teachers Strike As New Term Begins

By Correspondent , 22 , Jan 2015


KAMPALA- Teachers have said they will, starting today, strike over government’s failure to remit Shs10b as part of President Museveni’s pledge to the teachers’ union. The announcement comes just a .. Read More →

Goodluck Turns To Badluck

By Correspondent , 21 , Jan 2015


Nigerians have seen bad and had times before. The major one was the Biafran Civil War which saw the death of millions of Nigerians, destruction of properties and the maiming .. Read More →

Tunisian Coach Has No Hope Of Beating Zambia In Thursday`s Africa Cup Of Nations Encounter

By Correspondent , 21 , Jan 2015


Ebebiyin (Equatorial Guinea) - Tunisia coach George Leekens has played down the strength of his team ahead of an Africa Cup of Nations showdown with fellow former champions Zambia in .. Read More →

Brighter Winter Cropping Season Expected In Masvingo

By Correspondent , 21 , Jan 2015


Zimbabwe. (News of The South) - High water levels which continue to recorded at Mutirikwi Dam compared to the same period last year are forecasting a brighter winter cropping season .. Read More →

Copacabana Terminus Faces Demolition

By Correspondent , 21 , Jan 2015


Zimbabwe. -HARARE City Council says it will next month demolish Copacabana commuter omnibus rank and build a state-of-the-art $20 million shopping mall that would accommodate banks and some of the .. Read More →

TB Joshua Tells Zambians To Let Their Conscience Guide Them In Voting At Presidential Elections

By Correspondent , 21 , Jan 2015


Nigerian Prophet T.B. Joshua has released a message to the nation of Zambia on the eve of their presidential elections via his official Facebook page, followed by 1.5 million people. .. Read More →

Burkina Faso Desperate To Win Against Hosts Guinea In Africa Cup Of Nations

By Correspondent , 21 , Jan 2015


Beaten finalists only two years ago, Burkina Faso will be seeking a win today against equally desperate Africa Cup of Nations hosts Equatorial Guinea after both teams lost on opening .. Read More →

Zambia`s Presidential Elections Marred By Heavy Rain

By Correspondent , 21 , Jan 2015


By Susan Njanji. Lusaka - Heavy rains on Tuesday held up the start of voting in parts of Zambia, where a close-fought presidential election was under way to replace Michael .. Read More →

AB Goes Villainy On Windies

By Correspondent , 20 , Jan 2015


Perkins-Tino Bare. I have never been a Proteas fan and I will most likely never be one but the quality of cricket on display yesterday, especially from the man of .. Read More →

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