Africa Posts

Zimbabwe’s Ousted Minister Goche Hospitalised

By Correspondent , 27 , Nov 2014


Ousted Minister Nicholas Goche has been admitted in the Intensive Care Unit of a Harare private hospital. Sources said he was suffering from hypertension in the wake of the allegations .. Read More →

Yoweri Museveni Threatens To Block Kenyan Goods

By Mildred Richards , 27 , Nov 2014


NAKASEKE- Ugandan President Museveni has threatened to block Kenyan products from accessing Ugandan market, saying the country’s [Kenya] move to block sugar and chicken exports from Uganda is not only .. Read More →

South Africa`s Business Events Celebrates Two Decades Of Business Success

By Correspondent , 26 , Nov 2014


The South Africa National Convention Bureau (SANCB) is celebrating South Africa’s 20 years of democracy at EIBTM this year, by reflecting on the significant growth of the business events industry .. Read More →

Africa`s First Electronic Voting Takes Place In Namibia This Friday

By Eugene Majuru , 26 , Nov 2014


Windhoek. (News Of The SOuth) – Africa`s very first electronic ballot will take place in Namibia this Friday in a general election that will see a new President and quotas .. Read More →

Zimbabweans In Diaspora Have Faith In Tsvangirai: Survey

By Correspondent , 26 , Nov 2014


By Dr. Wangu Mazodze Glencore Consulting (Pty) Ltd is a Johannesburg based think tank that counts amongst its clientele major multinationals, governments amongst others. Having noted the various developments in .. Read More →

Ugandan Maids To Be Certified By Police Following Child Abuse Incident

By Correspondent , 25 , Nov 2014


Kampala -The Inspector General of Police, Gen Kale Kayihura, has directed the Force to start certifying domestic workers. This comes at a time the United Nations has tasked the government .. Read More →

Flash Floods In Morrocco Kill 32

By editor , 25 , Nov 2014


Rabat (News Of The South) - Southern Morrocco has been hit by three days of heavy storms which according to residents are the worst ever and 32 people have died .. Read More →

48 Fish Vendors Slaughtered By Boko Haram In Northern Nigeria

By Correspondent , 24 , Nov 2014


Kano (Nigeria) - Suspected Boko Haram extremists ambushed and slaughtered 48 fish vendors near Nigeria's border with Chad, the head of their association said, the latest violence to hit the .. Read More →

Unrefined Sugarcane Floods Into ZImbabwe

By Correspondent , 24 , Nov 2014


By Sifelani Murambiwa. Zimbabwe. (News Of The South) - Sugarcane farmers have criticised government for failing to tighten screws at all border posts as syndicates of allegedly foreign sugar dealers .. Read More →

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