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Nehanda Spirit Lying Low For Troubled Zimbabwe

By Correspondent , 07 , Dec 2015


By Monica Manyange. Harare, Zimbabwe. (News of The South) – Zimbabwe currently faces numerous problems which are causing big headaches to the southern African nation which was once the breadbasket .. Read More →

Disabled People Need More Recognition At ICASA

By Correspondent , 06 , Dec 2015


By Tendai Chisiri. Harare, Zimbabwe. (News of The South) - Disabled activists persons have bemoaned the unavailability of sign language being used at ICASA’s symposiums and sessions thus ignoring the .. Read More →

South African Police Arrest Zimbabweans For Human Trafficking

By Ndumiso Mlilo , 06 , Dec 2015


JOHANNESBURG, South Africa. (News Of The South) - The South African police arrested two Zimbabwean cross border operators for trying to smuggle 24 minors and 10 adults to South Africa .. Read More →

Baroness Scotland Makes History As She Becomes First Woman To Lead Commonwealth Body

By Correspondent , 04 , Dec 2015


BARONESS PATRICIA Scotland has made history to become the first woman to hold the post of secretary-general of the Commonwealth Secretariat. The former Labour minister was named on November 27 .. Read More →

OAD Speaks Thank The Farmer If You Have Food On The Table

By Correspondent , 04 , Dec 2015


By Emmanuel A. Asieme. Have you thought of that day when you were hungry without food? That day the millions of Cedis in your drawer meant nothing to your ‘unsatisfied .. Read More →

Zimbabwe And South Africa To Collaborate In Clean Coal Fired Power Station Project

By Correspondent , 03 , Dec 2015


By Wallace Mawire. Zimbabwe and South Africa are set to collaborate in a transfrontier 1000 to 2000 MW clean coal fired power station project to help support the development of .. Read More →

Rate Of HIV Prevalence Higher In Women And Girls In Africa

By Correspondent , 01 , Dec 2015


Statistics show a decline in the number of new HIV infections as of 2014. Photo by Rachel Mabala. By Sandra Janet Birungi. According to the United Nations Programme on HIV/Aids .. Read More →

Save Drought Hit Lake Chad: African Leaders Urged

By Correspondent , 01 , Dec 2015


Le Bourget (France) - African leaders called at a global climate summit Monday for the world to help save drought-stricken Lake Chad and avert an even greater flow of refugees .. Read More →

8 Killed In Boko Haram Raids In Nigeria

By Correspondent , 30 , Nov 2015


Kano (Nigeria) (AFP) - Boko Haram fighters killed eight people at the weekend in northeast Nigeria and southeastern Niger, in deadly raids that saw houses burnt and villagers kidnapped. The .. Read More →