Africa Posts

Zimbabwean Government Decentralizes Infant HIV Testing

By Correspondent , 18 , Jun 2015


By Donald Nyarota. MUTARE (News Of The South) - Government has taken great strides in decentralization of Early Infant Diagnosis (EID) of HIV by opening two sate of the art .. Read More →

International Criminal Court Unwelcome In Africa

By Correspondent , 17 , Jun 2015


JOHANNESBURG — Zimbabwean leader and African Union chairman Robert Mugabe on Tuesday harshly criticized the International Criminal Court after Sudan's president dodged an international arrest order by leaving early from .. Read More →

Are Ghanaians Ready For An Ebola Vaccination That Has Never Been Tested On Humans

By Correspondent , 13 , Jun 2015


By Isaac Ackah. Am wondering how it will still look like if Measles vaccines were never discovered. Am also wondering again how many lives of precious Ghanaians would have been .. Read More →

Museveni Social Media Critic Sent To Luzira Prison

By Correspondent , 11 , Jun 2015


BY- ANTHONY WESKA & EPHRAIM KASOZI Kampala. - After spending three days in police custody, Robert Shaka, the alleged critic of President Museveni on social media, was last evening arraigned .. Read More →

Thirty Schools Close As Typhoid Breaks Out In Zambia

By Correspondent , 11 , Jun 2015


Thirty schools in the sprawling high-density Kanyama township in Lusaka have been closed to prevent the spread of typhoid, which has claimed one life. Government says, however, that there are .. Read More →

Arise, Shine For Thy Light Is Come… Zimbabwe`s Benson Mukandiwa

By editor , 11 , Jun 2015


Harare. (News Of The South) - Zimbabwe. - WOW!!! it was yet another moment to shine again, at the National Manager of the Year Awards when the youthful management practitioner .. Read More →

Zimbabwe Rugby Team Against Kenya Announced

By Correspondent , 11 , Jun 2015


By Wallace Mawire. Harare. (News Of The South) - Zimbabwe's Sables rugby team match readiness against Kenya scheduled for this Saturday at Prince Edward High School in Harare has been .. Read More →

Remaining Protests In Burundi Blamed On Journalists

By Correspondent , 11 , Jun 2015


Bujumbura (Burundi) - Burundi's government said on Thursday that weeks of protests against a third term bid by the president were over, claiming that the remaining demonstrators were only being .. Read More →

Robert Gnagne Late Penalty Saves Hearts

By Correspondent , 11 , Jun 2015


Accra Hearts of Oak were held to a pulsating 2-2 draw at the Accra sports stadium in an outstanding match day 16 league game on Wednesday. Ashanti Gold as early .. Read More →

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