News Posts

Zimbabwe`s Female Journalists Association Transforms To Gender And Media Connect

By Correspondent , 23 , Jul 2015


By Wallace Mawire. HARARE. (News Of The South) - The Federation of African Media Women (FAMWZ), an organisation established to advance the status of media women in Zimbabwe has announced .. Read More →

Obama To Visit Kenya This Week And Becomes First US President To Visit

By Correspondent , 21 , Jul 2015


By Andrew Beatty. Washington - Barack Obama will make a first US presidential pilgrimage to his father's homeland of Kenya this week, the capstone of a weeklong overture to Africa .. Read More →

Three Nigerian Girls Blow Themselves Up In Deadly Attack

By Correspondent , 19 , Jul 2015


Kano (Nigeria) - Three girls staged suicide bombings in the Nigerian city of Damaturu on Friday, killing at least 13 people as residents prepared for the Eid festival at the .. Read More →

Woman In Shock As Her Church Expects Her To Pay $1000 Collections Fee

By Eugene Majuru , 17 , Jul 2015


A single mother from Florida got the shock of her life when the Church she had recently joined sent her a $1,000 collection notice. Candace Petterson claimed that she was .. Read More →

Museveni Advises Muslims Not To Live In Fear

By Correspondent , 16 , Jul 2015


Kampala, Uganda. President Museveni has told Muslims not to live in fear because of the incessant killing of the sheikhs in the country. In a recorded Ramadan message, Mr Museveni .. Read More →

Women Living With HIV/AIDS Decry Stigma

By Correspondent , 15 , Jul 2015


Kampala, Uganda. Government should institute measures to end stigma against people living with HIV/Aids, a regional rights body has said. The call was made by the International Organisation of Women .. Read More →

Six Nigerians Extradited From South Africa To USA For Alleged Internet Fraud

By Correspondent , 14 , Jul 2015


Washington - Six Nigerian nationals have been extradited from South Africa for their alleged role in Internet scams involving dating websites and work-at-home schemes, the US Department of Justice said .. Read More →

UK To Force Foreign Students To Leave After Graduation

By Correspondent , 14 , Jul 2015


International students in the UK will be banned from working while they are studying, and will be forced to leave the country as soon as their degree finishes in an .. Read More →

British Government`s Chief Scientific Adviser To Visit Nairobi

By Correspondent , 14 , Jul 2015


LONDON. African Press Organization (APO)- The UK government's Chief Scientific Adviser, Sir Mark Walport, will be visiting Nairobi from 14-15 July, 2015, with the aim of fostering closer UK-Kenya linkages .. Read More →

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