Green News From Zimbabwe

By Correspondent , 23 , Feb 2014


By Taya Chakarisa Today, more than half of Zimbabwe’s working population are in Small and Medium businesses in cities, rural areas, mining communities and towns. As the working population grows .. Read More →

Drama In Zambia As Man Changes To Girl, Pig Then Other Being

By Correspondent , 22 , Feb 2014


By Zambian Eye There was drama this morning of February 22 in Lusaka’s Chilenje township as a “girl” who first arrived as a man in his early 60s shocked residents .. Read More →

"If I Kissed My Wife In Public I would Lose Ugandan Elections": Museveni

By Correspondent , 21 , Feb 2014


Recently, the Anti-gay bill has caused a lot of attention all over the country, starting with a communication from US president Barack Obama stressing that should Museveni sign the bill, .. Read More →

Nigeria Seizes Passport Of Ousted Central Bank Boss

By Correspondent , 21 , Feb 2014


Abuja (AFP) - On Friday Nigerian intelligence agents seized the passport of ousted central bank boss Lamido Sanusi when he landed at the international airport in Lagos, Nasir el Rufai .. Read More →

WFP Allegiance Pledge To Zimbabwe

By Correspondent , 21 , Feb 2014


Visiting United Nations World Food Programme executive director Ms Ertharin Cousin yesterday met Acting President Cde Joice Mujuru to discuss the agency’s work in Zimbabwe. Speaking to the media after .. Read More →

Nigerian Central Bank Governor Suspended By Goodluck Jonathan

By Correspondent , 21 , Feb 2014


Abuja (AFP) - Nigeria's President Goodluck Jonathan suspended the central bank governor on Thursday for alleged financial recklessness, sidelining a prominent government critic as he readies for an expected re-election .. Read More →

Horse Meat Available For UK Diners

By Correspondent , 21 , Feb 2014


By Masimba Mukichi MuscleFood.com a British website established in Basford, Nottingham was inundated by buyers of horse meat when it launched the sale of horse meat products last Thursday. The .. Read More →

"Africa Only" Phosphates Mine To Be Set Up Morocco

By Correspondent , 20 , Feb 2014


Bamako (AFP) - Morocco is to build a production unit for phosphate destined exclusively for the African market, an official told AFP on the sidelines of a state visit of .. Read More →

Majola Jailed For Strangling Bus Passenger With Scarf

By Correspondent , 20 , Feb 2014


By Mollin Granger A 33 year old man Sibusiso Majola who used a scarf to strangle a fellow passenger on a bus which caused the victim to lose consciousness has .. Read More →

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