Africa Posts

MDC Demands End To Police Killing Of Suspects

By Correspondent , 07 , Jul 2014


Press Statement Issued by Honourable Senator Lilian Timveos, Alternative Minister and Spokesperson for Home Affairs Preserving human life is a core value which is at the heart of Zimbabwe's state .. Read More →

Mohamed Dionne Is Senegal`s New Prime Minister

By Correspondent , 07 , Jul 2014


Dakar (AFP) - Mohamed Dionne, a close aide to Senegal's president who once worked for the United Nations, was named the country's new prime minister Sunday, two days after the .. Read More →

Crayfish Threatens Kapenta Survival In Kariba

By Correspondent , 07 , Jul 2014


By A Correspondent ZIMBABWE Parks and Wildlife Management Authority has made a passionate plea to individuals, cooperatives and companies to consider commercial crayfish fishing in northern Lake Kariba, as the .. Read More →

Proposal To Have 99 Year leases Bankable To be Considered

By Correspondent , 06 , Jul 2014


By Correspondent Zimbabwe. (News Of The South) - The Attorney General’s office will soon evaluate proposals by the Bankers Association of Zimbabwe on how 99 year leases could be made .. Read More →

Interview With Nigerian Minister Of Mines And Steel Hon Musa Mohammed Sada

By Correspondent , 06 , Jul 2014


By Correspondent Animus Online Sustainability Magazine met with Hon Musa Mohammed Sada, Minister of Mines and Steel Development, Nigeria Hon Musa Mohammed Sada who has served in various capacities both .. Read More →

Ugandan Govt Sued For Museveni`s Convoy Which Killed Student

By Correspondent , 06 , Jul 2014


Kampala -Parents of a Makerere University student who died in a motor accident involving President Museveni’s convoy have petitioned court for compensation. The deceased’s parents, Mr Charles Berwanaho and Ms .. Read More →

Malawi`s President Mutharika Pardons 403 Prisoners Ahead Of 50th Independence Anniversary

By Correspondent , 06 , Jul 2014


Blantyre (Malawi) (AFP) - Malawi's new President Peter Mutharika pardoned 403 prisoners on Saturday ahead of celebrations to mark 50 years since the country gained independence from Britain. "The pardon .. Read More →

Zimbabwe Raises Toll Gate Fees

By Mildred Richards , 06 , Jul 2014


Toll gate fees have been increased by 100 percent and will see private motorists now paying US$2 up from US$1, haulage trucks will pay US$10, up from US$5. The announcement .. Read More →

Zuma Orders Inquiry Into Prosecutions Boss

By Correspondent , 05 , Jul 2014


By John Chimunhu (News Of The South) - South African president Jacob Zuma has announced that he has ordered an inquiry into beleaguered National Prosecuting Authority boss Mxolisi Nxasana. Zuma's .. Read More →