A Decade Without water

By Correspondent , 05 , Dec 2013


By Michael Chingarande Zimbabwean residents in the high density suburb of Mabvuku in Harare continue to endure decades of no water supply and frequent long-queues at boreholes and wells . .. Read More →

Residents In Central African Republic Flee Violence

By Correspondent , 04 , Dec 2013


Damara (Central African Republic) (AFP) - The dusty road that leads from the Central African town of Damara to the capital some 75 kilometres (45 miles) away is filled with .. Read More →

Poultry Imports Killing Dar Es Salaam Chicken Farms

By Correspondent , 03 , Dec 2013


Poultry farmers in Tanzania’s urban areas are most affected because they rear exotic chicken breeds and that puts them in direct competition with mass producers in North and South America .. Read More →

Kabila In Uganda For Stalled Peace Talks

By Correspondent , 03 , Dec 2013


The Democratic Republic of Congo's president, Joseph Kabila, flew into Uganda on Monday for talks aimed at reviving a peace deal between his government and rebel fighters. Kinshasa and the .. Read More →

Traffic Jammed Mbeki Walks To Event

By Correspondent , 03 , Dec 2013


JOHANNESBURG. — Not even former president Thabo Mbeki could escape the traffic chaos gridlock that ensued in Johannesburg city centre last Friday. Instead, the erstwhile statesman did the unthinkable. He .. Read More →

Graphic Testimony For Woolich Murder

By Correspondent , 03 , Dec 2013


Lee Rigby's mother and widow have again left the court in tears as witnesses gave graphic evidence about the "frenzied" attack on the soldier. Michael Adebolajo, 28, and Michael Adebowale, .. Read More →

African Universities Blasted

By Correspondent , 03 , Dec 2013


By Martin Muleya Former Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Economic Planning and Investment Promotion has blasted African Universities saying their approach to the education curricula was proactive in research .. Read More →

UN Spies To Start In DRC

By Correspondent , 02 , Dec 2013


New York (AFP) - The United Nations will start using surveillance drones for the first time in Democratic Republic of Congo on Tuesday in a landmark intelligence-gathering advance for the .. Read More →

Singing Proved to Be Mario`s Greatest Therapy

By Correspondent , 02 , Dec 2013


The R&B singer on new music, his painful past and why singing has been his greatest therapy “YOU SHOULD let me love you, let me be the one to give .. Read More →

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