Floods Kill Many In Vietnam

By Correspondent , 17 , Nov 2013

BY FREEMAN MAKOPA At least 28 people died , nine are missing and 80 000 others were left homeless after Northern Vietnam was struck by a massive Tropical storm Haiyan .. Read More →

Thousands Hit By Floods In South Africa

By Correspondent , 17 , Nov 2013

Cape Town (AFP) - Widespread flooding after heavy rains in South Africa has affected over 18,000 people, a emergency management official said Saturday. Weekend rains caused floods that blocked roads, .. Read More →

Man Bitten By False Widow Almost Loses Thumb

By Correspondent , 17 , Nov 2013

A builder was hospitalised for four days and underwent two operations after he was bitten by a false widow spider. Steve Davies needed 12 stitches and almost lost his thumb .. Read More →

Bona Mugabe Graduates In Singapore

By Correspondent , 16 , Nov 2013

By Nomore Chinoda Bona Mugabe, daughter to Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe now holds a Masters of Science in Banking following her graduation at the Management Development Institute of Singapore (MDIS) .. Read More →

Professor Jonathan Moyo`s Return Was Progressive: Dumisani Muleya

By Correspondent , 16 , Nov 2013

By Nomore Chinoda The return of Professor Jonathan Moyo as Zimbabwe’s Information, Media and Broadcasting Services Minister is a progressive move, says Dumisani Muleya, Editor of the Zimbabwe Independent, a .. Read More →

Ethiopians Surrender To Saudi

By Correspondent , 16 , Nov 2013

BY FREEMAN MAKOPA Thousands of Ethiopians surrendered to Saudi authorities as Addis Ababa announced the death of 3 citizens during a clampdown on illegal migrant workers in the oil rich .. Read More →

Africa`s Challenge To Kenya ICC Trial Rejected By UN Council

By Correspondent , 16 , Nov 2013

UNITED NATIONS (United States) (AFP) - The UN Security Council on Friday rejected an African demand to suspend the International Criminal Court trial of Kenya's president and vice president for .. Read More →

Rebels Attack Convoy On Mozambique Highway

By Correspondent , 16 , Nov 2013

Maputo (AFP) - Suspected Renamo ex-rebels ambushed a convoy of cars Friday killing one person and wounding 10 others along a key highway in the latest of low-intensity attacks gripping .. Read More →

Why UK Zimbabwean Women Are Wearing Trousers

By Correspondent , 15 , Nov 2013

By Masimba Mukichi Zimbabwean women are ‘wearing trousers ‘in relationships in the UK. What is the root cause? There is a grave concern among men in the UK, that Zimbabwean .. Read More →