All Players In Africa Cup Of Nations To Be Tested For Ebola

By Correspondent , 15 , Jan 2015


London. All teams arriving in Equatorial Guinea for the African Nations Cup must travel through the capital Malabo and have tests for the Ebola virus, the Confederation of African Football .. Read More →

Rapper Snoop Dogg Now A Grandfather

By Correspondent , 15 , Jan 2015


VETERAN RAPPER Snoop Dogg has become a grandfather for the first time after his eldest son welcomed a baby boy this week. The 43-year-old took to Instagram to share the .. Read More →

Lake Victoria Suffers From Pollution

By Correspondent , 15 , Jan 2015


Kalangala. - The quality of water in Lake Victoria especially in Kalangala, Masaka, Buvuma, Entebbe and Mpigi has deteriorated due to pollution. This was revealed by the National Association of .. Read More →

Senegal Massacre Guinea

By Correspondent , 14 , Jan 2015


The Teranga Lions thrashed Syli Nationale by five goals to two in their warm-up game towards the AFCON 2015 on Tuesday. Senegal sent out an ominous warning of their potential .. Read More →

Policeman Arrested For Assaulting Journalist

By Correspondent , 13 , Jan 2015


Detectives attached to Professional Standards Unit arrested the Old Kampala Police Station Commander after his brutal attack on journalists on Monday afternoon. Superintendent Joram Mwesigye is now in police custody .. Read More →

Zimbabwean Head Of UK Methodist Church In Sex Scandal

By Correspondent , 13 , Jan 2015


The head of  United Methodist Church in UK  was exposed in a sex scandal before his congregation.  On Sunday 04/01/2015 at United Methodist Church service based at a  rented St .. Read More →

69 Die From Beer Poisoning In Mozambique

By Correspondent , 13 , Jan 2015


Maputo - A total 69 people have died of poisoning after drinking traditional beer in northwesten Mozambique, public radio reported Monday. More than 30 others remain hospitalised after funeral-goers apparently .. Read More →

Zimbabwe To Retreat? Hell We Just Got Here!

By Correspondent , 13 , Jan 2015


By Perkins-Tino Bare. Harare, Zimbabwe. (News of The South) - When advised to retreat to withdraw by a French officer at the defensive line just north of the village of .. Read More →

South Africa`s Economy Threatened By Power Blackouts

By Correspondent , 12 , Jan 2015


By Stephanie Findlay. Pretoria - South Africa's capacity to generate electricity is shrinking due to ageing power plants, latest statistics show, and the continent's most developed economy could face rolling .. Read More →