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Initiative To Catalyze HIV self Testing In Sub-Saharan Africa And Beyond To Be launched At ICASA 2015 Conference

By Correspondent , 28 , Nov 2015


By Wallace Mawire. Harare, Zimbabwe. (News Of The South) - A pilot project seen as the largest effort ever to catalyze HIV self-testing on the African continent including sub-Saharan Africa .. Read More →

South Africa Grants Basotho Special Permits

By Ndumiso Mlilo , 26 , Nov 2015


By Ndumiso Mlilo. JOHANNESBURG. (News of The South) - The South African government on Wednesday announced a special dispensation permits for Lesotho nationals staying in the country illegally to ensure .. Read More →

Belgium Seeks Morcco`s Assistance To Track Paris Attacker

By Correspondent , 24 , Nov 2015


By Emmanuel Dunand (AFP) Rabat (AFP) - Belgium has asked Morocco to share any intelligence it has to help track a key suspect in connection with the Paris attacks, the .. Read More →

RESA Set To Improve Livelihoods In Sakubva

By Martin Muleya , 23 , Nov 2015


By Martin Muleya. Mutare, Zimbabwe. (News of The South) - As I walked past a cluster of dilapidated houses that were yawning for facelift, I was jerked into a reality .. Read More →

Zimbabwe And South Africa To Conduct Death Of Moyo`s Daughter Investigations Jointly

By Correspondent , 22 , Nov 2015


By Ndumiso Mlilo. JOHANNESBURG: The South African Ministry of Health is now working with their Zimbabwean counterpart to investigate the death of the Professor Jonathan Moyo's daughter. Zanele Moyo (20), .. Read More →

Chisamba School Gets Donation Valued At $2500

By Martin Muleya , 19 , Nov 2015


By Martin Muleya. MUTARE, Zimbabwe. (News of The South) - An educated community can support and sustain itself, goes an old saying and this proverb seem to be bearing fruits .. Read More →

Sakubva Beit Hall To Get New Facelift

By Martin Muleya , 18 , Nov 2015


By Martin Muleya. MUTARE, Zimbabwe. (News Of The South) - Sakubva Beit-hall is set to get a new face-lift next year after some former residents of Mutare's oldest high density .. Read More →

Trapped Tanzaninan Miners Freed After Being Stuck 41 Days Underground

By Correspondent , 17 , Nov 2015


Dar es Salaam .- Five Tanzanian gold miners have been rescued after spending 41 days trapped deep underground eating cockroaches and frogs to survive, the mining ministry and survivors said .. Read More →

Why UN Climate Change Conference In Paris Must Draw A Line In The Sand To Favour Africa

By Correspondent , 15 , Nov 2015


By Fariya Abubakari. (News Of The South) - A week of UN climate negotiations in Bonn ended on Friday October 23, 2015 and submissions were made by the African group .. Read More →

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