Africa Posts

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 →

Appeal For Assistance As Harare Woman Gives Birth To Quads

By Mildred Richards , 11 , Jun 2014


Zimbabwe. - A 20 year old woman Mrs Alice Mutasa gave birth to four bouncing girls via normal delivery at Harare Central Hospital two weeks ago, the babies weighed 2,5kg, .. Read More →

South Africa`s Platinum Strike Hit Mines Could Close

By Correspondent , 11 , Jun 2014


Pretoria (AFP) - The South African government and its central bank chief warned Tuesday that strike-hit platinum mines could close, throwing miners out of work and rocking an already shaky .. Read More →

Mine Workers Union Demands Answers

By Correspondent , 10 , Jun 2014


By A Correspondent Zimbabwe. - The Associated Mine Workers Union is dispatching a team of its officers to the Zimbabwe Mining Development Corporation (ZMDC) owned, Sabi Gold mine to establish .. Read More →

Controversial Soul Jah Love In Political Singing

By Takudzwa Mashumba , 10 , Jun 2014


Zimbabwe. - Controversial dancehall artist Soul Jah Love has penned a song praising President Robert Mugabe, the song has called for different reactions from the dancehall fans, as well as .. Read More →