Africa Posts

Boko Haram Terrorists Demand 800 Cows For 20 Fulani Women

By Correspondent , 15 , Jun 2014


MAIDUGURI — Boko Haram terrorists are reportedly asking for 800 cows as a precondition for the release of the abducted 20 Fulani women. The terrorists demanded that each of the .. Read More →

Tanzania Police Hunt Hunt For Bomb Blast Suspect

By Correspondent , 14 , Jun 2014


Zanzibar (Tanzania) (AFP) - Tanzanian police on Saturday hunted for suspects amid tightened security a day after an explosion at a mosque in the busy capital of Zanzibar killed a .. Read More →

MDC – Ts Gorden Moyo Resigns

By Correspondent , 13 , Jun 2014


Zimbabwe. - MDC-T Bulawayo provincial chairman and former Cabinet minister Mr Gorden Moyo yesterday resigned from his post in the Morgan Tsvangirai-led faction citing leadership failure and lack of direction. .. Read More →

Malawi`s Newly Elected President Mutharika To Wed

By editor , 13 , Jun 2014


Malawi`s newly elected President Peter Mutharika will be wedding soon as love is in the air. A brief statement issued by the presidency stated: “The State House is pleased to .. Read More →

Drugs Decriminalisation A Must : West African experts

By Correspondent , 13 , Jun 2014


Dakar (AFP) - A panel of experts called Thursday for minor drugs offences to be decriminalised in west Africa, where trafficking, consumption and production is undermining development and causing a .. Read More →

Morgan Tsvangirai Counting His Losses

By Correspondent , 13 , Jun 2014


By A Correspondent Zimbabwe. Opposition MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai is counting his losses as the list of former lieutenants that are deserting him continues to grow. Since the party’s formation .. Read More →

No More Farm Grabs: Zimbabwe

By Correspondent , 12 , Jun 2014


By A Correspondent Zimbabwe has promised the European Union it will not go ahead with seizures of property and farms owned by Europeans. This was said when the EU officially .. Read More →

Boko Haram Targets Centres Where Fans Watch Wordcup

By Correspondent , 12 , Jun 2014


Kano (Nigeria) (AFP) - Boko Haram attacks on football fans have forced the closure of centres for watching the World Cup in northeast Nigeria, a state government official said on .. Read More →

Uganda`s Kutesa Voted President Of UN General Assembly

By Correspondent , 12 , Jun 2014


The minister in his acceptance speech shortly after the vote thanked all member states, in particular Africa, for the “trust and confidence bestowed upon me and Uganda.” The 193 members .. Read More →

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