Africa Posts

Shock As Pythons Seen Coming Out Of Grave

By Correspondent , 06 , Jan 2015


By Sifelani Murambiwa. Zaka, Zimbabwe. (News Of The South) - Scores of villagers from Zimhofu under Chief Ndanga in Zaka woke up to witness a shocking start of 2015 after .. Read More →

Music Only As Gambian Radio Station Reopens

By Correspondent , 06 , Jan 2015


Banjul (Gambia) - Gambian authorities let a popular radio station resume broadcasting Monday, days after closing it down as part of a crackdown, as long as it airs only music, .. Read More →

Mahama’s Government Most Corrupt In History: Imani

By Correspondent , 06 , Jan 2015


Ghana. - Founder and President of IMANI Ghana, Franklin Cudjoe says the presidency has become a den for making strategic deals that do not benefit society.' Describing the Mahama government .. Read More →

Drama As Woman Drags Husband To Court Over Abnormal Sex Appetite

By Correspondent , 04 , Jan 2015


By Velaphi Mabweazara. Zambia. (News Of The South) - A Zambian woman from Lusaka has expressed her annoyance at her husbands insatiable appetitie for sex as she can no longer .. Read More →

Nairobi Plane Crash Causes Aiport Closure

By Correspondent , 04 , Jan 2015


Nairobi - The Kenyan capital's main international airport was shut on Sunday following the crash-landing of a domestic flight, airport officials said. The Kenyan Airports Authority said a Fokker 50 .. Read More →

Zambia Cancels Presidential Debate Ahead Of Elections

By Correspondent , 03 , Jan 2015


The president of the Zambia Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) says prospective Zambian voters are expressing disappointment following the cancellation of a scheduled debate between candidates of leading political parties .. Read More →

Parts Of Kenya`s Draconian Security Law Suspended By Court

By Correspondent , 03 , Jan 2015


Nairobi - Kenya's High Court suspended key parts of a controversial new national security law Friday that the opposition had warned risked turning the east African nation into a dictatorship. .. Read More →

Mali Striker Diabate Out Of African Cup Of Nations Bid

By Correspondent , 02 , Jan 2015


Bordeaux - Giant Malian striker Cheick Diabate requires a knee operation and will be out for four months, meaning he will miss his country's Africa Cup of Nations bid. Diabate's .. Read More →

Tunisia’s New President Essebsi Sworn In

By Correspondent , 31 , Dec 2014


By Ines Bel Aiba. Tunis - Anti-Islamist Beji Caid Essebsi, 88, was sworn in as Tunisia's first freely elected president on Wednesday, four years after an uprising that triggered the .. Read More →

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