Africa Posts

Fake Anti Malaria Drugs In Circulation Warns NDA

By Correspondent , 09 , May 2015


KAMPALA. The National Drug Authority (NDA), has warned of substandard antimalarial drugs that are being sold on the market. Contributing during a dialogue on improving public confidence in the quality .. Read More →

Poor Youth Brigade To Petition Obama

By Correspondent , 07 , May 2015


Members of the poor youth’s brigade have announced plans to walk for a whole month to Kenya in protest against the current political and economic situations in Uganda. The walk .. Read More →

Boko Haram Refugees Living In “Dramatic” Conditions In Eastern Niger

By Correspondent , 06 , May 2015


Abidjan - Around 25,000 Niger nationals who fled islands in Lake Chad over fears of attack from the Boko Haram jihadist group are living in "dramatic" conditions on the mainland, .. Read More →

Ugandan Athletes In HIV Scare

By Correspondent , 05 , May 2015


Ugandan runners have been hit by a major health scare after it emerged that a coach accused of sexually abusing young athletes was infected with HIV. There are fears the .. Read More →

Women Make Money From Waste

By Correspondent , 04 , May 2015


BY FARAI MAPOSA. Zimbabwe. (News of The South) - Many women in some parts of the country are smiling all the way to the bank owing to them collecting plastic .. Read More →

Kasese Hit By Cholera And Measles Outbreak

By Correspondent , 04 , May 2015


BY- ENID NINSIIMA. Cholera, measles outbreak hit Kasese Kasese District health officials are struggling to control an outbreak of cholera and measles. Kasese. Kasese District health officials are struggling to .. Read More →

Zambians living Abroad Encouraged To Register To Vote

By Correspondent , 02 , May 2015


President Edgar Lungu has urged Zambians living in Zimbabwe to register as voters and cast their vote in the next presidential election.Speaking when he met Zambians living in Zimbabwe at .. Read More →

Deep Concerns Over Mbare Musika Ablution Facilities As Women Are The Most Affected

By Correspondent , 01 , May 2015


BY FARAI MAPOSA. Harare, Zimbabwe. (News of The South) -Farmers at Mbare Musika in Harare, Zimbabwe are complaining on the available ablution facilities provided by the city council as a .. Read More →

Energy Crisis In Rural Areas: Women Bear The Brunt

By Correspondent , 29 , Apr 2015


BY TAPUWA MASAWI. Zimbabwe. (News of The South) -Most women in the rural areas are still travelling long distances in search of firewood as deforestation is taking a toll on .. Read More →