Davos And Why It Matters For Africa

By Correspondent , 22 , Jan 2015


By Christine Tsotetsi. South Africa. (News Of the South) - The World Economic Forum in Davos brings together business leaders and public figures from across the world to build trust .. Read More →

Edgar Lungu Takes Early Lead In Zambia`s Presidential Race

By Correspondent , 22 , Jan 2015


Lusaka - Zambia's ruling party candidate Edgar Lungu was Thursday leading in the race to replace the late president Michael Sata, authorities said as voting continued in parts of the .. Read More →

Looting Shooting And Dying On The Increase In Soweto

By Correspondent , 22 , Jan 2015


By Christine Tsotetsi. Soweto, South Africa (News Of The South) - Violence has erupted in some parts of Soweto, south of Johannesburg. At least 68 people were arrested for looting .. Read More →

Congo In Historic Win At Africa Cup Of Nations Cup

By Correspondent , 22 , Jan 2015


Bata (Equatorial Guinea) - Congo Brazzaville celebrated a historic night at the Africa Cup of Nations on Wednesday while 2013 runners-up Burkina Faso saw their hopes of reaching the last .. Read More →

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 →

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