Africa Posts

Rihanna Performs In Mzansi This Weekend

By Takudzwa Mashumba , 12 , Oct 2013


International RnB superstar Rihanna has confirmed her play live in Johannesburg on Sunday at the FNB stadium and on Wednesday at Cape Town stadium in South Africa on her World .. Read More →

Africa To Invest In Agricultural Research To Reduce Poverty

By Lazarus Sauti , 12 , Oct 2013


Agricultural research - a discipline dealing with the selection, breeding, and management of crops and domestic animals for more economical production – can reduce poverty in Africa. This means countries .. Read More →

Who Will Make It To Brazil 2014?

By Tendai Makaripe , 12 , Oct 2013


It is that time of the year again when Africa’s most talented soccer players leave their clubs and don their nations’ colors in a bid to propel their mother nations .. Read More →

South Africa Successfully Hosts One World Summit

By Takudzwa Mashumba , 12 , Oct 2013


Former UN Secretary General Kofi Annan launched the global, One Young World Summit in South African capital Johannesburg. The summit ran from October 2 to 5. Speaking at the opening .. Read More →

Duduzile Manhenga Gets 18 Months Imprisonment

By Norman Muvavarirwa , 12 , Oct 2013


Zimbabwean Jazz sensation jailed Duduzile Manhenga has been sentenced to 18 months in jail. Zimbabwean Jazz sensation Duduzile Manhenga will spend the next 18 months in jail after she was .. Read More →

Apostolic Church Uses Mbira In Worship

By Peter Tinashe Kaviya , 12 , Oct 2013


A Zimbabwean based apostolic church has incorporated a rare combination of fusing their worship with traditional musical instruments like mbira and marimba. Mbira music has been generally regarded as a .. Read More →

Journalist Mashumba Reigns Supreme

By Tendai Makaripe , 11 , Oct 2013


By Tendai Makaripe Upcoming Zimbabwean writer Takudzwa Mashumba has scooped the inaugural News of the South (NOTS) reporter of the month for September. The 23 year old gifted wordsmith shrugged .. Read More →

Europeans Influences Impacting Negatively On African Football

By Lazarus Sauti , 11 , Oct 2013


Former South Africa national team coach Ted Dumitru believes ‘European influences’ are impacting negatively on African football. He says African football is far from entertaining, it puts football fans to .. Read More →

Today`s Woman Conference Officially Opens

By Grace Zvenyika , 11 , Oct 2013


On Friday,the first woman Archbishop in Zimbabwe, Apostle Eunor Guti marked the opening ceremony of the Today’s Woman conference which is being held at City Sports Centre in Harare from .. Read More →

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