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Tanzanian Student Partly Stripped And Beaten Up By Indian Mob

By Correspondent , 04 , Feb 2016


Bangalore (India) - India police arrested five people Thursday over an enraged mob's attack on a Tanzanian student who was beaten, her shirt ripped off and car set ablaze in .. Read More →

Rex Idaminabo Receives British Award For African Development

By Prince Akpah , 03 , Feb 2016


London. (News of The South) - The Principal Partner of the African Achievers Awards, Rex Idaminabo has being honoured with a Special Award from the British Award for African Development .. Read More →

Uganda Unveils Africa’s First Solar Powered Bus

By Correspondent , 03 , Feb 2016


By Muhibwa Hillary. Kampala, Uganda. (News Of The South) - A solar powered bus has been unveiled in Kampala, Uganda. The 35-seater bus named Kayoola Solar Bus runs on batteries .. Read More →

Bible To Be Translated To The San language

By Ndumiso Mlilo , 03 , Feb 2016


By Ndumiso Mlilo. JOHANNESBURG, South Africa. (News Of The South) - The San activists in Zimbabwe are currently putting logistical measures in place to translate the bible to the San .. Read More →

Zimbabwe Urged To Improve Business Environment

By Mumera Wisdom , 01 , Feb 2016


By Wisdom Mumera. Harare, Zimbabwe. (News Of The South) - The Zimbabwe government should continue to implement structural reforms to improve the business environment, achieve a sustainable current account balance .. Read More →

Human Rights Abuse Still Rife In Zimbabwe : HRW

By Ndumiso Mlilo , 30 , Jan 2016


JOHANNESBURG, South Africa. (News of The South) -THE Human Rights Watch World report 2016 released on Wednesday indicated that Zimbabwe is one of the countries which silenced voices critical of .. Read More →

A Hot Day In Mbare And The Women Who Don’t Have High Sounding Worries

By Correspondent , 30 , Jan 2016


By Wisdom Mumera. Harare, Zimbabwe. (News Of The South) -The women of Mbare have no care about all the things that you worry about. They don't care who the President .. Read More →

INTERPOL Opens Special Representation Office At African Union

By Correspondent , 27 , Jan 2016


By INTERPOL. Harare, Zimbabwe. (News Of The South) - An agreement signed by Ethiopia's State Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ambassador Taye Atske-selassie and INTERPOL Secretary General Jürgen Stock has paved .. Read More →

Journalist Faces Trials for Comments Made On Western Sahara

By Correspondent , 24 , Jan 2016


Rabat - Moroccan journalist Ali Anouzla is to stand trial next month over comments about the Western Sahara that he made to the German press, he said on Sunday. The .. Read More →

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