Africa Posts

Chimurenga Live Shows To Hit Zimbabwe

By Hilda Desai , 18 , Jun 2014


Zimbabwe. (News Of The South) –The southern African nation is set to come alive with the comeback of serious Chimurenga live shows with the likes of Sekuru Berv “Huruyadzo”and the .. Read More →

Bribe Soliciting Nigerian Policeman Sacked After Being Caught On Video

By Correspondent , 18 , Jun 2014


Lagos (AFP) - Nigeria's police on Wednesday advised football fans to stay away from public venues showing World Cup matches after a bomb attack killed at least 21 in the .. Read More →

Embattled Morgan Tsvangirai Tried In Absentia

By Correspondent , 18 , Jun 2014


By A Correspondent Zimbabwe, Harare. (News Of The South) - EMBATTLED MDC-T leader, Morgan Tsvangirai was yesterday tried in absentia by a tribunal constituted by the opposition party’s renewal team .. Read More →

Illegal Livestock And Meat Stimulates Stock Theft

By Correspondent , 18 , Jun 2014


By Portia Sigauke, Own Correspondent Zimbabwe, Harare. (News Of The South) – At least 2 993 cattle have been stolen throughout the country this year against 5 377 last year, .. Read More →

Coach Accident Claims Three In Norton

By Correspondent , 18 , Jun 2014


By Tonderai Muzana Zimbabwe, Norton. (News Of The South) - A serious accident which claimed three people on spot have happened in Norton along the Harare-Bulawayo highway when a City .. Read More →

Social Discrimmination Overcome As Blind Girl Graduates

By Correspondent , 18 , Jun 2014


Uganda, Lwengo. - Aida Namukasa, 28, is not an ordinary university graduate. She has been blind since she was one and half years. “I lost my sight due to measles .. Read More →

Zuma`s Keynote Address Targets Economy

By Correspondent , 18 , Jun 2014


Cape Town (AFP) - Besieged South African President Jacob Zuma made his first public appearance in 10 days Tuesday to deliver a state of the nation address pledging "radical socio-economic .. Read More →

Border Jumper Kidnappers Arrested

By Correspondent , 17 , Jun 2014


Zimbabwe. (News Of The South) - POLICE have arrested 12 suspects who allegedly kidnapped, tortured and robbed 30 people who intended to cross into South Africa illegally. The 12 who .. Read More →

South Africa`s Deal To End Five Month Platinum Strike In Limbo

By Correspondent , 17 , Jun 2014


Johannesburg (AFP) - A deal for ending a five-month platinum strike was in limbo, mining companies said Monday, as the main union representing workers has not returned to negotiate a .. Read More →