Africa Posts

African Politics Is Politics Of Reprisals

By Correspondent , 10 , Jan 2014

By Masimba Mukichi The spirit of Ubuntu – humanness seems to be lacking among some of the African leaders and some nationals of the African continent. A good number of .. Read More →

'Professionalise Rugby'

By Lazarus Sauti , 09 , Jan 2014

Lazarus Sauti The Springboks, as the South Africa’s rugby national team is fondly known, is one of the best rugby teams in the world. The team can compete with other .. Read More →

Zambia Headed For Disastrous Food Security Situation

By Takudzwa Mashumba , 09 , Jan 2014

Former Finance minister Ng’andu Magande says Zambia is headed for a disastrous food security situation. Mr. Magande has told News of The South that it is unfortunate and worrying to .. Read More →

USAID Announces Award To Prevent And Repair Obstetric Fistula

By Takudzwa Mashumba , 09 , Jan 2014

Washington — More health care workers in sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia will be able to prevent, detect and treat the disabling condition obstetric fistula thanks to a new project .. Read More →

Curb Age-Cheating In Football

By Lazarus Sauti , 09 , Jan 2014

Lazarus Sauti Age -cheating has bring disrepute to Africa football simply because African soccer players want to boost their market value by claiming to be years younger than they are. .. Read More →

South African Pastor Makes People Eat Grass

By Correspondent , 09 , Jan 2014

SOUTH AFRICA: Pastor Daniel Lesego of Rabboni Centre Ministries situated at zone 2 Ga-Rankuwa, north of Pretoria, made his members eat grass and stepped on them while making illustration that .. Read More →

Unleash The Potential Of Africa Through Mining Technology

By Lazarus Sauti , 09 , Jan 2014

Lazarus Sauti Mining is important to Africa because most countries within the continent are either major consumers or major producers of mineral commodities. It is a source of mineral commodities .. Read More →

The wonders of permaculture

By Lazarus Sauti , 09 , Jan 2014

Lazarus Sauti Abigail Conrad, a PhD candidate in Anthropology at American University in Washington, DC, says small-scale farmers produce food for 70 percent of the global population. Yet, they are .. Read More →

Kruger River Faces Major Pollution After South Africa Mine Spillage

By Correspondent , 08 , Jan 2014

Johannesburg (AFP) - South African authorities revealed Tuesday that a phosphate mine spillage has caused "extensive pollution" to a river in the country's famed Kruger National Park. Park officials said .. Read More →