Africa Posts

South Africa`s Opposition Seek Probe Into Mandela Memorial Spending

By Eugene Majuru , 26 , Jan 2014


Opposition parties in South Africa on Saturday demanded to know how tax payers money had been spent for Mandela`s memorial service following allegations of mismanagement of funds. According to an .. Read More →

Warriors Storm Into Semi- Finals

By Correspondent , 26 , Jan 2014


By Rainos Mukanya The Warriors of Zimbabwe booked their place in the semi- finals of the Chan following a 2-1 victory over Mali in a quarter final match played at .. Read More →

Shock As Ghana`a Pharmacies Are Manned By Untrained Attendants

By Correspondent , 26 , Jan 2014


A recent investigation carried out by e.TV Ghana’s Freeman Kwade has revealed that Ghana’s pharmacies and licensed chemical shops are seriously flooded with untrained pharmacy attendants or medicine counter assistance .. Read More →

Video Homosexuality Explained In Uganda

By Correspondent , 25 , Jan 2014


By Masimba Mukichi In their quest to make homosexuality banned in Uganda, the national task force against homosexuality in Uganda had to go a milestone in explaining what they understand .. Read More →

Africa Has Adequate Resources For Biomass Energy

By Lazarus Sauti , 25 , Jan 2014


Lazarus Sauti Countries within the great African continent are blessed with resources adequate enough to see them benefiting from biomass energy. Biomass is an important source of energy and the .. Read More →

Warriors Face Free Scoring Mali in Chan Quarterfinal

By Correspondent , 25 , Jan 2014


By Rainos Mukanya The Warriors of Zimbabwe and Mali clash in a Chan quarter final match at the Cape Town Stadium on Saturday night. It is match between two teams .. Read More →

Samba – Panza Sworn In As CAR President

By editor , 24 , Jan 2014


(News Of The South) - The new Central African Republic President (CAR) Catherine Samba-Panza was sworn in on Thursday. Samba`s rise to power raised hopes of stabilising the country currently .. Read More →

British Explorer Continues On River Nile Expedition

By editor , 24 , Jan 2014


A 31 year old British explorer Levison Wood is proceeding on his expedition to Jinja on Friday as he attempts to become the first man to trail the River Nile .. Read More →

Science And Technology Festivals Critical To Africa’s Development

By Lazarus Sauti , 24 , Jan 2014


Lazarus Sauti Professor Justin Jonas of the Square Kilometer Array (a collaborative international radio telescope project involving eight sub-Saharan African nations, as well as countries around the world), once said: .. Read More →