Horric Accident Claims 7 In Chitungwiza

By Correspondent , 19 , May 2014


By Tonderai Muzana Zimbabwe, Chitungwiza (News Of The South) – A horrific commuter bus accident claimed 7 lives along Seke road at Chenhamo in Chitungwiza on Monday. The cause of .. Read More →

Locusts A Menace As Madagascar Unleashes Poison

By Correspondent , 19 , May 2014


Amparihibe (Madagascar) (AFP) - The choppers swoop in, dumping insecticide over a plague-stricken village in Madagascar's stunning central highlands. "The goal is to break the invasion," explains Tsitohaina Andriamaroahina, head .. Read More →

Museveni Faces Competition From Kadaga and Janet In Next Polls

By Correspondent , 18 , May 2014


Kampala. - Majority Ugandans want Speaker of Parliament Rebecca Kadaga to be the country’s next president if incumbent Yoweri Museveni and his political nemesis, Dr Kizza Besigye, both do not .. Read More →

“A Rising Star”

By Correspondent , 18 , May 2014


By Jackie Chibamu Zim dancehall continues to be the talk on everyone’s lips nationwide, especially after the Summer Fiesta that took place over a week ago promoted by Digital 1 .. Read More →

Mutare Celebrates International Museum Day

By Correspondent , 18 , May 2014


By Lloyd Makonya Zimbabwe – (News Of The South) - Every year, International Museum Day (IMD) is celebrated around the world on May 18 under a given theme that aims .. Read More →

Zimbabwe Internet Spy Baba Jukwa Latest As Five Face Arrest

By Correspondent , 18 , May 2014


Zimbabwe - At least five people have come to the attention of the authorities for allegedly collaborating with Baba Jukwa. One of the suspects is a computer programmer based outside .. Read More →

Conclusions Of Paris Summit On Nigerian Security

By Correspondent , 18 , May 2014


PARIS, France, - African Press Organization (APO)/ -- Paris Summit for Security in Nigeria (17 May 2014) CONCLUSIONs The Heads of State of Benin, Cameroon, Chad, France, Niger and Nigeria, .. Read More →

Drama In Uganda As Women Fight For Museveni Cash

By Correspondent , 18 , May 2014


Pader. - Women leaders belonging to a traders’ association in Pader District on Wednesday engaged in a fist-fight over Shs2.4 million President Museveni had donated to the group two days .. Read More →

“I Got Out of That Hospital And I Said, ‘Why Did I live? There Must Be a Purpose,’” – President Joyce Banda

By Correspondent , 17 , May 2014


Lifelines - Malawi until recently, Malawi had the highest rate of maternal mortality in the world for a non-conflict country. According to the United Nations, in 2000, the maternal mortality .. Read More →

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