Kenyan Rhino Killed By Poachers In Brazen Attack

By Correspondent , 19 , Nov 2013


Isiolo (Kenya) (AFP) - Poachers slaughtered a rhino in one of Kenya's best guarded wildlife parks, officials said Tuesday, in a brazen attack highlighting the risks gunmen are taking during .. Read More →

Sables Cruise Over Kenya

By Correspondent , 19 , Nov 2013


By Sports Correspondent Kudzai Makanyanga Zimbabwe Rugby's national team, affectionately known as the Sables, beat Kenya 29-14 with an impressive performance in Windhoek last week on Wednesday night. After falling .. Read More →

Female Football President Of Burundi Replaced

By Correspondent , 19 , Nov 2013


Bujumbura (Burundi) (AFP) - Burundi's football association has elected a new president replacing Lydia Nsekera, one of the few women to have headed a national federation, officials said Monday. Nsekera, .. Read More →

Africa To Embrace IK To Improve Agriculture

By Correspondent , 19 , Nov 2013


By Lazarus Sauti Indigenous Knowledge is the local knowledge – knowledge that is unique to a given culture or society. It is the basis for local-level decision making in agriculture, .. Read More →

Mandela Unable To Speak: Uses Facial Expressions

By Correspondent , 19 , Nov 2013


By Nomore Chinoda and Freeman Makopa Former South Africa president Nelson Mandela is now unable to speak instead uses facial gestures to communicate, it has emerged. His former wife Winnie .. Read More →

Floods Kill Many In Vietnam

By Correspondent , 17 , Nov 2013


BY FREEMAN MAKOPA At least 28 people died , nine are missing and 80 000 others were left homeless after Northern Vietnam was struck by a massive Tropical storm Haiyan .. Read More →

Thousands Hit By Floods In South Africa

By Correspondent , 17 , Nov 2013


Cape Town (AFP) - Widespread flooding after heavy rains in South Africa has affected over 18,000 people, a emergency management official said Saturday. Weekend rains caused floods that blocked roads, .. Read More →

Man Bitten By False Widow Almost Loses Thumb

By Correspondent , 17 , Nov 2013


A builder was hospitalised for four days and underwent two operations after he was bitten by a false widow spider. Steve Davies needed 12 stitches and almost lost his thumb .. Read More →

Bona Mugabe Graduates In Singapore

By Correspondent , 16 , Nov 2013


By Nomore Chinoda Bona Mugabe, daughter to Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe now holds a Masters of Science in Banking following her graduation at the Management Development Institute of Singapore (MDIS) .. Read More →

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