Africa Posts

EU Pledges Rescue Fund For Zimbabwe

By Correspondent , 25 , Apr 2015


By Own Correspondent. MUTARE.(News of The South)– Zimbabwe is part of a quartet of developing countries which will benefit from a €40 million rescue package funded by the European Union (EU) .. Read More →

Museveni Warns People Of Tooro To Avoid Conflict

By Correspondent , 23 , Apr 2015


KYENJOJO, Uganda. President Museveni has asked the people of Tooro to respect the Uganda Constitution in order to avoid conflicts and chaos such as the ones that erupted in the .. Read More →

New Nigerian President Faces Mammoth Task

By Correspondent , 23 , Apr 2015


Written by Patrick Wilmot. FORMER NIGERIAN President Goodluck Jonathan will perhaps be remembered by the dignified manner in which he conceded defeat, congratulated his successor, and bowed out. African leaders .. Read More →

Woman Finally Had A Baby After Six Miscarriages

By Correspondent , 21 , Apr 2015


By Esther OLUKA. I found Berna Awori seated behind her sewing machine making a skirt in front of her house. She was dressed in a white and purple kitenge. Just .. Read More →

Zulu King Zwelithini Denies Inciting Attacks On Foreigners

By Correspondent , 21 , Apr 2015


Durban (South Africa) - Zulu king Goodwill Zwelithini on Monday denied whipping up xenophobic hatred in South Africa after he was accused of triggering violence that has left at least .. Read More →

Man Grisly Murders Boy (12) With Razor And Knife

By Correspondent , 20 , Apr 2015


By Donald Nyarota. Mutare, Zimbabwe. (News of The South) - A suspected ritual murderer appeared before a Mutare Magistrate facing one count of murder for allegedly brutally murdering as well .. Read More →

Man Struggles With Quadruplets After Wife Dies

By Correspondent , 20 , Apr 2015


Jamir Kasaali cuddles one of the four babies as a relative helps him carry the other baby at Kibuli hospital recently. PHOTO BY Abubaker Lubowa KAMPALA. Mr Jamir Kasaali, a .. Read More →

Women Protestors Strip For Disputed Land

By Correspondent , 18 , Apr 2015


AMURU- The scene at a disputed area in Apaa parish where a mark stone was to be erected to demarcate the boundary between Amuru and Adjumani districts turned ugly on .. Read More →

Zimbabwean Police Officers Deployed To Assist Victims Of Xenophobia In South Africa

By Correspondent , 17 , Apr 2015


The Zimbabwe government has dispatched a team of its police force to South Africa to protect who have been displaced by xenophobic violence in Durban, reports said on Thursday. Zimbabwean .. Read More →

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