Angolan Soldiers Invade Democratic Republic Of Congo

By Correspondent , 17 , Oct 2013


Brazzaville (AFP) - Angolan soldiers have invaded the southwest of the neighbouring Republic of Congo in pursuit of rebels and allegedly taken Congolese troops hostage, local sources said Thursday. Last .. Read More →

Ballotelli Might Miss Barcelona Clash

By Correspondent , 17 , Oct 2013


AC Milan star Mario Balotelli may not be able to face Barcelona in the Champions League after picking up an injury on international duty. The 23-year-old striker was on target .. Read More →

King Shady Vows To Light Up Zimbabwe`s Beer Fest

By Correspondent , 17 , Oct 2013


BY EVANS MURANGANWA Shadreck Kwavire popularly known as King Shady has assured fans of a splendid performance at the Lion Lager Beer Festival to be held on Saturday October 26. .. Read More →

Wenger Extends His Stay At Emirates

By Correspondent , 17 , Oct 2013


By Islam Sabulino. The French man Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is to sign a new deal which will see him stay at the Emirates until 2016, within weeks to come. .. Read More →

D`Banj To Perform In Zimbabwe

By Correspondent , 17 , Oct 2013


NIGERIAN pop star D’Banj is expected to arrive in Harare next week for his first ever performance in Zimbabwe as the countdown to the Lion Lager Beer Summer Festival scheduled .. Read More →

Three Zambian Footballers Face Arrest For Illegal Exit

By Correspondent , 17 , Oct 2013


Lusaka (AFP) - Three Zambian footballers who claimed to be unfit and missed a friendly with Brazil before returning to their club in the Democratic Republic of Congo will be .. Read More →

Gambian Journalist Gives False Information After 23 Days In Detention

By Correspondent , 17 , Oct 2013


After 23 days in detention without a charge, popular television broadcaster, Ms Fatou Camara, has been charged before a Magistrate Court in the capital, Banjul. She is charged with two .. Read More →

Nottingham GP Surgery Under Investigation For Prescription Fraud

By Correspondent , 17 , Oct 2013


By Nottingham Post A FRAUD probe involving prescriptions has been launched at a doctors' surgery in Notts. Police have confirmed that they are investigating allegations of fraud connected with Netherfield .. Read More →

Shock Waves In Zimbabwe`s Banks After Supreme Court Ruling

By Correspondent , 16 , Oct 2013


By Charles Laiton IN a landmark ruling likely to send shock waves in the Zimbabwe banking sector, the Supreme Court on Friday ordered Standard Chartered bank to pay back a .. Read More →

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