Africa Posts

Riot Police Disperses War Veterans Disrupting Accreditation Ahead Of ZANU Congress

By Correspondent , 20 , Nov 2014


By Sifelani Murambiwa. Zimbabwe, Chiredzi. (News Of The South) - Riot Police had to quill flaring temperatures in Chiredzi as vicious War veterans on Wednesday disrupted Chiredzi and Mwenezi District .. Read More →

Ivory Coast Soldiers Return To Barracks After Pay Protests

By Correspondent , 20 , Nov 2014


Bouaké (Ivory Coast) (AFP) - Ivory Coast soldiers returned to their barracks on Wednesday after protests over a pay dispute in several cities that saw them storm a TV station .. Read More →

World`s Oldest Man Has Lost Hope Of Dying

By Eugene Majuru , 20 , Nov 2014


Varanasi.(News Of The South) - Mahashta Murasi aged 179 is the World`s oldest man according to the Guinness world book of records. Murasi has since expressed how he has lost .. Read More →

Tongaat Hullets Zimbabwe Under Pressure As Sugar Cane Farmers Gang Up With War Veterans On Community Share Ownership Scheme

By Correspondent , 20 , Nov 2014


By Sifelani Murambiwa. Zimbabwe. (News Of The South) - Pressure is mounting on Zimbabwe`s sugar milling giant, Tongaat Hullets Zimbabwe as sugarcane farmers have ganged up with war veterans to .. Read More →

Zimbabwe's Top Cop Chihuri Resigns As ZANU PF In – House Fights Continue

By Correspondent , 20 , Nov 2014


Zimbabwe.- Police Commissioner Augustine Chihuri last night tendered his resignation to President Mugabe as Zanu PF infighting filters into the country's security agencies, The Zimbabwe Mail can reveal. On Wednesday .. Read More →

Nude Pictured Desire Records Statement With Police

By Correspondent , 19 , Nov 2014


KAMPALA, Uganda. - Desire Luzinda, a prominent female artiste, has finally talked to the police detectives over her nude photographs that went viral on social media. Luzinda reported to police .. Read More →

South Africa`s Inflation Remains At 5.9%

By Correspondent , 19 , Nov 2014


Johannesburg - South Africa's headline inflation rate remained unchanged in October at 5.9 percent, slightly below the central bank's ceiling of six percent, official data showed on Wednesday. Statistics South .. Read More →

Masai People Face Eviction From Land To Make Way For Hunting Reserve

By Correspondent , 19 , Nov 2014


TANZANIA’S GOVERNMENT is facing an international backlash over its decision to boot out about 40,000 Masai tribes people from their ancestral lands in order to make room for a hunting .. Read More →

Hope For Shangani Community As Skills Centre Is Constructed

By Correspondent , 19 , Nov 2014


By William Chikomo. Chiredzi, Zimbabwe. (News Of The South – There is new hope for the largely marginalised Shangani community after the Czeck Republic Embassy in Zimbabwe partnered New Life .. Read More →

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