Cheeky Gay Man Sentenced

By Correspondent , 02 , Jul 2014


By A Correspondent Zimbabwe, Gweru. (News Of The South) - A man who showed a preference for fellow men and was arrested for romancing two of his male friends, was .. Read More →

Zimbabwe Tobacco Beats Target

By Correspondent , 02 , Jul 2014


By A correspondent TOBACCO sales in Zimbabwe have reached 190 million kilogrammes surpassing this year’s projection of 180 million kg. The Tobacco Industry and Marketing Board (TIMB) announced last week .. Read More →

FIFA Investigates Cameroon Match Fixers

By Correspondent , 02 , Jul 2014


Rio de Janeiro (AFP) - FIFA said Tuesday it will let Cameroon football authorities lead the hunt for "seven bad apples" in the national team who have been linked to .. Read More →

Power Switched Off Missing Malaysian MH370 In Mid Air Hijack

By Correspondent , 01 , Jul 2014


Power supplying equipment on board missing flight MH370 may have been tampered with in a bid to dodge radar, according to a new theory about the doomed plane. That is .. Read More →

Nigeria`s Goodluck Jonathan Explains His Silence On Kidknapped School Girls

By Correspondent , 01 , Jul 2014


NIGERIA’S PRESIDENT Goodluck Jonathan has hit back at claims he’s not doing enough to rescue over 200 school girls kidnapped by islamist militants Boko Haram. In a piece for the .. Read More →

Zimbabwe, The Change We Want And How To Get It

By Correspondent , 30 , Jun 2014


By Pearson Mbendera (News Of The South) - Of late politics has been marred with the Gospel of Change, the message that most opposition party leaders are using to out .. Read More →

Supa Challenge Wins Champion Juvenile Stakes

By Correspondent , 30 , Jun 2014


By Mandla Moyo Zimbabwe. (News Of The South) - Supa Challenge beat a strong field of upcoming juveniles on his way to winning the Champion Juvenile Stakes (Grade 3) Race .. Read More →

South Africa`s Newest Party Suspends leader Ramphele

By Correspondent , 30 , Jun 2014


Johannesburg (AFP) - South Africa's newest party has suspended its leader, anti-apartheid veteran Mamphela Ramphele, a year after she founded the group which failed to make inroads in elections and .. Read More →

Mysterious Snakes And Bees Drive Boko Haram Out Of Forest

By Correspondent , 29 , Jun 2014


Boko Haram militants have fled from deep within the Nigerian forest in the northeast of the country, after incessant snake bites and bee stings became too much for them to .. Read More →