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No Deaths Took Place At Zimdancehall Gig: Zimbabwe Police

By Eugene Majuru , 11 , Nov 2014


Zimbabwe, Harare.(News Of The South) Police in Harare have dismissed rumours circulating that several fans died at the City Sports Centre on Saturday night where a Zim Dancehall show took .. Read More →

Is Moving In Together The Best Option?

By Correspondent , 10 , Nov 2014


“Baby, let’s move in together?” Sounds like the relationship-defining question you’ve been waiting for? Moving in together must be an exciting time right? I mean this is as “official” as .. Read More →

Pope Welcomes Ghana`s President Mahama

By Correspondent , 10 , Nov 2014


By Vatican Information Service. VATICAN, Monday in the Vatican Apostolic Palace, the Holy Father Francis received in audience John Dramani Mahama, president of the Republic of Ghana, who subsequently met .. Read More →

British Queen Elizabeth II Targeted By Terrorists

By Correspondent , 10 , Nov 2014


A report Queen Elizabeth II was targeted by radical Muslims on Saturday underscored the threat facing Britain, the US and their allies as they seek to blunt Islamic State's advance .. Read More →

Seven Year Old Girl`s Privates Burnt Over Sex

By Correspondent , 10 , Nov 2014


Uganda, Lwengo. Police in Lwengo District have arrested a 25-year-old woman for burning private parts of her seven-year-old-daughter. The mother pushed a burning piece of wood into the daughter’s private .. Read More →

Kayihura Orders Traffic Cops Off The Highway

By Correspondent , 08 , Nov 2014


Kampala- The Inspector General of Police, Gen Kale Kayihura, has ordered immediate removal of all traffic police officers deployed along the Kampala-Gulu-Nimule highway following increasing corruption by the police officers .. Read More →

Bomb Blast At Nigeria Cash Point Kills Several

By Correspondent , 08 , Nov 2014


Kano (Nigeria) - A bomb concealed in a black plastic bag killed several people at a cash point in north Nigeria's Bauchi state on Friday near the scene of a .. Read More →

More Religious Leaders Are HIV Positive

By Correspondent , 07 , Nov 2014


Kampala: The Inter-Religious Council of Uganda (IRCU) has said the number of clergy living with HIV is beginning to rise and many of them are dying because they are shy .. Read More →

66 South African School Children Hospitalised After Eating Food Contaminated With Glass

By editor , 06 , Nov 2014


Johannesburg. (News Of The South) - School lunches for South African children have been tainted with crushed glass and stones and has led to at least 66 children being hospitalised. .. Read More →

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