Nigeria Cholera Outbreak Kills Six

By Correspondent , 21 , Jul 2014


A cholera outbreak in northern Nigeria's Kano state has killed six people and infected scores, the state health commissioner said, although a local charity put the toll higher. "Six people .. Read More →

New Evidence Boosts Aids Circumcision Campaign

By Correspondent , 21 , Jul 2014


Melbourne (AFP) - A campaign to encourage circumcision among men in sub-Saharan Africa to help protect them against the AIDS virus was backed by new research on Monday showing that .. Read More →

What`s Your Purpose In life

By Correspondent , 21 , Jul 2014


By Pearson Mbendera (New Of The South) - Open up a history book and you will read the fascinating stories of men and women who helped shape the world as .. Read More →

Al Shebab Behind Kenya`s Deadly Bus Attack

By Correspondent , 19 , Jul 2014


Nairobi - Somalia's Al-Qaeda-linked Shebab On Saturday claimed responsibility for an attack on a bus and police vehicle in Kenya's restive south eastern coast that killed at least seven people. .. Read More →

Video: TB Joshua Claims He Foresaw MH17 Plane Crash

By Correspondent , 19 , Jul 2014


By Three Men On a Boat Nigerian religious leader TB Joshua has released a video claiming to have foreseen the tragic Malaysia Airlines MH17 crash which claimed 295 people on .. Read More →

Missile Launcher Used To Down Malaysian Flight M17 Returns To Russia

By Correspondent , 19 , Jul 2014


The missile launcher used to down Malaysia Air flight MH17 is probably back in Russia after it was imported into Ukraine a few weeks ago, a well-placed source with access .. Read More →

Econet launches Health Tips

By Correspondent , 19 , Jul 2014


By Nyasha Weluzani and Mary Doma Herald Reporters Zimbabwe. Government has commended business sectors in building a health care system that will help the country achieve its Millennium Development Goals( .. Read More →

Feud Continues For Embattled Zimbabwean Man In Namibia

By Correspondent , 19 , Jul 2014


An embattled Zimbabwean vocational trainer was forced to go back to the court alleging harassment and mistreatment by the Namibia Training Authority (NTA) despite an interdict issued by the High .. Read More →

South Africa`s water Crisis Leads To Riots And Deaths

By Correspondent , 19 , Jul 2014


Bloemhof (South Africa) (AFP) - Three babies who died from drinking tap water contaminated by sewage have become a tragic symbol of South Africa's struggle to cope with a flood .. Read More →

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