Africa Posts

Rubber Bullets Fired At South African

By Correspondent , 13 , Feb 2014


Johannesburg (AFP) - South African police on Wednesday fired rubber bullets and stun grenades at supporters of the ruling ANC party who attacked an opposition rally in Johannesburg, amid escalating .. Read More →

Panic As Tokwe Mukosi On Verge Of Flooding

By Correspondent , 13 , Feb 2014


By Raynard Tatenda The uncertainty surrounding the state of the Tokwe Mukosi Dam in Masvingo province of Southern Zimbabwe has caused widespread panic in the area with the government’s actions .. Read More →

Zim Vice President Mujuru Factions And Meaning What Was Never Said

By Correspondent , 13 , Feb 2014


By Wisdom Mumera Listening to Zimbabwe`s Vice President Joyce Mujuru straining to defend herself from accusation of defending corrupt elements being caught all over the parastatal world, I could not .. Read More →

Finance Mishandling A Cause For Concern For Zim

By Correspondent , 13 , Feb 2014


By Pretty Chavango The Zimbabwe Coalition on Debt and Development (ZIMCODD) on Wednesday held a workshop at the Jameson hotel, Harare aimed at sensitizing media on issues to do with .. Read More →

Kenya`Iten Town Business Boom From World Athletes Training

By Mildred Richards , 12 , Feb 2014


The small Kenyan town of Iten has become popular with athletes from all over the world as they are all heading to Kenya to carry out their training due to .. Read More →

Mandela`s Love Children Contest Will

By Correspondent , 12 , Feb 2014


By Masimba Mukichi Disbursement of funds from the late great Mandela’s will has hit a hard brick wall – two women who claim to be the love children of Mandela .. Read More →

Job Creation Can Reduce Poverty In Zimbabwe

By Lazarus Sauti , 12 , Feb 2014


Lazarus Sauti Joblessness is simply the state of not having a job and it occurs when people are without work and actively seeking for one. It is also is one .. Read More →

Africa`s First Clitoral Restoration Hospital To Open In Burkina Faso

By Eugene Majuru , 11 , Feb 2014


Ouagadougou - Africa's first clitoral restoration hospital in Burkina Faso will open to the public on March 7 in the southern town of Bobo-Dioulasso. The hospital being run by a .. Read More →

Road Tolls For University Of Ghana

By Correspondent , 11 , Feb 2014


The University of Ghana has defended its decision to continue collecting road tolls on the the university's campus despite government's appeal. Speaking to Joy News' Afreh Kwakye Nuamah, Monday, the .. Read More →