Africa Posts

MDC – T South Africa Condemns Criminal Afrophobia Guised As Zenophobia

By Correspondent , 17 , Apr 2015


By Dr. Richard Wangu Mazodze – MDC-T SA Spokesperson. The MDC T in South Africa strongly condemns the barbaric, animal – like attack on foreign nationals in South Africa by .. Read More →

Goodwills Masimirembwa Must Go: Zanu PF Harare East Constituency Supporters

By Takudzwa Mashumba , 16 , Apr 2015


By Takudzwa Mashumba. Harare. (News of The South) -ZANU PF Harare Provincial chairman Goowills Masimirembwa should go cried Zanu PF supporters in Harare East constituency as nomination court declared losing .. Read More →

Bodies Of Ethiopians To Be Flown Home As Attacks On Foreign Nationals Continue In Durban

By Correspondent , 16 , Apr 2015


Durban. - ATTACKS against foreigners continued in the South African port city of Durban Tuesday as the Ethiopian community prepared to repatriate the bodies of three of its nationals killed .. Read More →

Child Marriages Banned In Malawi After Rights Campaign

By Correspondent , 16 , Apr 2015


Blantyre (Malawi) - Malawian President Peter Mutharika has signed into law a ban on child marriages, parliament announced Wednesday, two months after lawmakers passed a bill raising the marrying age .. Read More →

Harmonization Delays Irk Legal Experts

By Correspondent , 15 , Apr 2015


By Takudzwa Mudzimukunze. MUTARE, Zimbabwe.- Government's failure to harmonize hundreds of pieces of legislation to match constitutional provisions means the nation's supreme law will largely remain a paper tiger, legal .. Read More →

Invest In Sustainable Energy To Fight Poverty And Food Insecurity: EU Urges Zimbabwe

By Correspondent , 15 , Apr 2015


By Donald Nyarota. MUTARE, Zimbabwe. (News Of The South)- Government is obliged to invest in renewable, sustainable energy to protect vulnerable rural communities outside the main electric grid as well .. Read More →

Civil Society Divided On Diamond Merger

By Correspondent , 15 , Apr 2015


By Donald Nyarota. MUTARE, Zimbabwe. (News of The South) - Civil society leaders are at odds over a proposed merger of diamond firms operating in Marange. While others are blaming .. Read More →

Apostolic Sect Women Get Empowered

By Correspondent , 14 , Apr 2015


BY JACQUIE MBAYIWA MAKUVATSINE. Zimbabwe. (News of The South) -Some apostolic churches are now encouraging women to be educated moving away from the traditional doctrine of most apostolic churches of .. Read More →

Nigeria Finally Sees A Change

By Correspondent , 13 , Apr 2015


By Yemisi Adegoke, in Lagos. A FEW days before the Nigerian elections took place, a photo of Murtala Muhammed International Airport started to make the rounds on social media. The .. Read More →