Victery Is Zimbabwe`s Latest Rhumba Duet

By Correspondent , 13 , Oct 2014


Mary Doma Zimbabwe, Harare. (News Of The South) - They call themselves Victery. They are a new band that is product of Zimbabwe College of Music. The two member group .. Read More →

Kenyan Journalist Injured In Gun Attack

By Correspondent , 13 , Oct 2014


MOGADISHU, Somalia. -The National Union of Somali Journalists (NUSOJ) strongly condemns the attempted murder of senior Somali journalist and renowned TV personality on Sunday, October 12. Abdirisak Jama Elmi (Black), .. Read More →

Uganda Airlines Set For Comeback As Air Uganda Exits

By Correspondent , 12 , Oct 2014


By Emmanuel Ainebyoona. Uganda, Kampala. The government is working on a plan to revive the national airline following Air Uganda’s board decision not to return to the skies, according to .. Read More →

Mozambique Braces Up For Key Vote

By Correspondent , 12 , Oct 2014


Maputo – Candidates campaigning for Mozambique's presidential elections wrapped up on Sunday with a rock-and-roll rally to drum up enthusiasm for the ruling party's first post-colonial candidate. Addressing a crowd .. Read More →

Kenyatta Receives Hero`s Welcome From ICC

By Correspondent , 09 , Oct 2014


Nairobi - President Uhuru Kenyatta arrived in Nairobi on Thursday to crowds cheering him home, a day after becoming the first sitting president to appear before the International Criminal Court .. Read More →

Nine Year Old Barred From UK School Amid Ebola Hysteria

By Correspondent , 09 , Oct 2014


A healthy 9-year-old boy from Sierra Leone who has been banned from attending a school in Stockport amid parents’ fears about their children catching Ebola has said he feels “rejected” .. Read More →

South Africa Threatened By Nigeria Over Frozen Arms Deal

By Correspondent , 09 , Oct 2014


Abuja - Nigeria on Wednesday accused South Africa of blocking a legal arms purchase and threatened retaliation against major South African companies, including telecom giant MTN, if the spat is .. Read More →

Ex Zambian President Banda To Return To Politics

By Correspondent , 08 , Oct 2014


Lusaka - With Zambia's president ailing, his predecessor Rupiah Banda hinted at a possible return to politics on Wednesday, telling AFP he would change the country's constitution if elected. The .. Read More →

Why Europe Must Act Now To Protect Stateless Persons

By Correspondent , 08 , Oct 2014


As part of its campaign to protect stateless persons in Europe, the European Network on Statelessness (ENS) has gathered testimonies from stateless migrants across the continent. While just a small .. Read More →