Africa Posts

Zuma Pledges To Support Ebola Victims

By Correspondent , 25 , Sep 2014

NEW YORK. - The recent outbreak of Ebola in West African has exposed the lack of infrastructure and limited resources in Africa, said South Africa's President Jacob Zuma on Thursday .. Read More →

Ghana Captain Asamoah Gyan Denies Ritual Sacrifice Claims

By Correspondent , 25 , Sep 2014

Accra (AFP) - Ghana national football team captain Asamoah Gyan was not involved in the disappearance of two friends, his lawyer said on Wednesday after months of rumours and even .. Read More →

Ten Terror Suspects Arrested

By Correspondent , 25 , Sep 2014

Uganda, Kampala. Ten people, including nine Somalis and one Kenyan who are accused of sneaking into Uganda on a terror mission, were yesterday charged in court and sent on further .. Read More →

Zimbabwe And Botswana Could Be Co Hosting The Africa Cup Of Nations Final

By Sports Reporter , 24 , Sep 2014

Botswana has indictated their willingness to co host the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations finals with Zimbabwe on obtaining the required government guarantee. Talks between Zimbabwe and Zambia did not .. Read More →

Abubakar Declares His Ambition To Run For Nigerian Presidential Race 2015

By Correspondent , 24 , Sep 2014

Nigeria`s former Vice President Atiku Abubakar on Wednesday formally declared his presidential ambition on the platform of the opposition All Progressives Congress (APC). The former Vice President's declaration is, however, .. Read More →

Zimbabwe To Host Second Traditional And Organic Food Festival

By Correspondent , 24 , Sep 2014

By Wallace Mawire The second edition of the Traditional and Organic Food Festival will be held on September 27 and 28 at the National Botanic Gardens in Harare following the .. Read More →

Nigerian Troops Arrest 50 Members Of Boko Haram

By editor , 23 , Sep 2014

Nigerian troops on Tuesday apprehended 50 members of the notorious Boko Haram sect in Biu Borno State. The insurgents were travelling from Damboa heading to Gombe. The arrested men are .. Read More →

Ebola Has Killed 2811 People So Far

By Correspondent , 23 , Sep 2014

Geneva - The deadliest Ebola epidemic ever has now killed 2,811 in west Africa, the World Health Organization said Monday, adding though that in Senegal and Nigeria the outbreak had .. Read More →

Mutare Museum Turns 50

By Correspondent , 23 , Sep 2014

By Makonya Lloyd Zimbabwe, Mutare. - (News of The South) - September the 13th is a special day in the history of Mutare Museum having been opened on the same .. Read More →