Opposition Party Suspended In Burundi

By Correspondent , 17 , Mar 2014


Bujumbura (Burundi) (AFP) - A key Burundi opposition party has been suspended for four months, Interior Minister Edouard Nduwimana said late Saturday night, amid worsening tensions in the small central .. Read More →

D`Banj Labelled A "Sell Out" By Nigerians

By Correspondent , 16 , Mar 2014


The Afrobeats star on attaining international success and being labelled a sell-out by people in his homeland FAME INEVITABLY comes with ups and downs and D’Banj knows this all too .. Read More →

Museveni Appoints Musisi Till 2017

By Correspondent , 16 , Mar 2014


Kampala. - President Museveni has renewed the contract of Kampala Executive Director Jennifer Musisi for another three years. Ms Musisi, who has endured a turbulent first three years on the .. Read More →

Bunyoro Demands That UK Return Stolen Throne

By Correspondent , 16 , Mar 2014


Hoima. - Bunyoro Kingdom has asked the government to support its demand to Britain to return its royal throne which was allegedly stolen by Col Colville, a British colonial agent .. Read More →

Rwandan Simbikangwa Sentenced For Genocide

By Correspondent , 15 , Mar 2014


Paris (AFP) - A French court sentenced a former Rwandan army captain to 25 years in prison over the 1994 genocide Friday, in a landmark ruling just weeks ahead of .. Read More →

Villagers Migrate To Mozambique In Protest Over Gonarezhou National Park Boundary

By Correspondent , 14 , Mar 2014


By Sifelani Murambiwa in Chiredzi Zimbabwean Villagers from Chisa Communal Lands under Chief Chisa are migrating to Mozambique protesting against government delays in resolving a boundary dispute with Gonarezhou National .. Read More →

Sata Reshufiles Cabinet and Fires Minister linked to GBM

By Correspondent , 14 , Mar 2014


By Zambian Eye President Michael Sata Thursday morning fired Deputy Minister of Home Affairs Alfredah Kansembe who is suspected to be an ally of former Defence Minister Geoffrey Bwalya Mwamba .. Read More →

Zim DCG Shambare Speaks On RENAMO Resurgence

By Correspondent , 14 , Mar 2014


By Martin Muleya Zimbabwean Police in Manicaland have been warned not to sit on their laurels especially with the resurgence in the neighbouring Mozambique but instead should be watchful of .. Read More →

Former Sierra Leone President Kabbah Dies At 82

By Correspondent , 14 , Mar 2014


Sierra Leone's former president Ahmad Tejan Kabbah died on Thursday aged 82. Kabbah was popularly known for returning peace to Sierra Leone after many years of brutal civil war. "Former .. Read More →

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