Africa Posts

Namibians Grab Land Amidst Housing Crisis

By Correspondent , 19 , Dec 2014

Windhoek (AFP) - Over a thousand people illegally occupied land in Namibia's coastal town of Swakopmund on Wednesday, saying they had grown tired of waiting for the government to give .. Read More →

Notorious Boko Haram Kidnap 100 Villagers In North Eastern Nigeria

By Eugene Majuru , 18 , Dec 2014

Nigeria`s notorious Boko Haram stormed Gumsuri, a remote village in north eastern Nigeria where they kidnapped 100 people and killed at least 33 people on Sunday. In the attack young .. Read More →

Morgan Tsvangirai And The Multitudes In The Big Tent

By Correspondent , 18 , Dec 2014

By. Dr. Wangu Mazodze – MDC T South Africa Spokesperson. The mass mobilisation drive initiated by the MDC -T South Africa Province Organising secretary Trust Ndlovu seems to be bearing .. Read More →

Violence In Central African Republic Claims 28 Lives

By Correspondent , 18 , Dec 2014

Bangui (Central African Republic) - At least 28 people were killed and dozens were injured in the latest clashes between armed groups in the Central African Republic, police said on .. Read More →

Blogger Faces Charges For Undermining President Kenyatta

By Correspondent , 18 , Dec 2014

Nairobi- Blogger Robert Alai was yesterday charged in a Kiambu court with undermining President Uhuru Kenyatta in a post on Twitter. Mr Alai was freed on bond and warned by .. Read More →

2 Face And Madinga Will Host 2014 AFRIMA Awards

By Correspondent , 18 , Dec 2014

Two of the best out of Africa, have been announced by the International Committee of All Africa Music, AFRIMA, to host the 2014 edition of the AFRIMA awards. They are .. Read More →

Oil Workers In Nigeria Go On Strike

By editor , 17 , Dec 2014

Abuja. (News Of The South) Two main oil workers unions have embarked on a nationwide strike in Nigeria and queues have formed at many petrol stations. BBC reporters say long .. Read More →

Guinea`s Capital Bans Christmas And New Year Celebrations

By Correspondent , 16 , Dec 2014

Conakry - Guinea's capital Conakry has followed Sierra Leone's example in banning public Christmas and New Year celebrations to combat the spread of the Ebola virus. Only about 10 percent .. Read More →

Ebola Death Toll Now Over 6800

By Correspondent , 15 , Dec 2014

Geneva - More than 6,800 people have now died from the Ebola virus, almost all of them in west Africa, the World Health Organization said Monday. The UN health agency .. Read More →