Mali shooting Suspect Hates white Investigators

By Correspondent , 23 , Nov 2013


Bamako (AFP) - A Malian arrested after a French police officer was shot at in Bamako "hates white people" and has a history of violence, sources close to the investigation .. Read More →

Opposition Boycott Fail To Halt Mauritania Elections

By Correspondent , 23 , Nov 2013


Nouakchott (AFP) - Mauritanians voted on Saturday in nationwide elections overshadowed by a boycott of the "radical" opposition -- apart from an Islamist party calling its participation a struggle against .. Read More →

Western Donors Freeze $150 million Aid And Malawi Hits Back

By Correspondent , 22 , Nov 2013


Blantyre (Malawi) (AFP) - A Malawian minister on Thursday criticised Western donors for withholding aid worth $150 million after the government exposed corruption, saying it could prompt other African leaders .. Read More →

ZPSL Championship Uncertain

By Correspondent , 22 , Nov 2013


By Nomore Chinoda As the Zimbabwe Castle Lager Premier Soccer League reaches its ceiling over the weekend, there is uncertainty for the championship since three teams; Harare City, Dynamos and .. Read More →

Swaziland Cabinet Ministers Are Highest Paid In The SADC Region

By Correspondent , 22 , Nov 2013


MBABANE – Swaziland’s Cabinet ministers are the highest paid among comparative economies in the SADC region in terms of GDP growth. The Cabinet ministers were compared to those of Namibia, .. Read More →

Libyans Leave Tripoli

By Correspondent , 22 , Nov 2013


Tripoli (AFP) - Libyan militias including two groups from the western city of Zintan have withdrawn from the capital in response to public pressure nearly a week after deadly violence, .. Read More →

Nigerian President Falls Ill In London

By Correspondent , 21 , Nov 2013


Abuja (AFP) - Nigeria's President Goodluck Jonathan received unplanned medical treatment in London on Thursday after he "became indisposed" and was forced to miss a scheduled meeting, his spokesman said. .. Read More →

Church Of England Supports Women Bishops In Principle

By Correspondent , 21 , Nov 2013


By Nomore Chinoda The Church of England's national assembly gave a strong backing to the principle of allowing women bishops by voting overwhelmingly in favour of their proposals on Wednesday. .. Read More →

Three Year Caution For Nurse Who Put Baby In Cupbord

By Correspondent , 21 , Nov 2013


Midwife Who Put Baby In Cupboard Gets Three-Year Caution Yvonne Musonda-Malata, 35, was found guilty of failing to provide appropriate clinincal care over incident CAUTIONED: Midwife Yvonne Musonda-Malata A TRIBUNAL .. Read More →

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