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Religious Leaders Can Accept Government Gifts: Archbishop Sentamu

By Eugene Majuru , 21 , Feb 2015


London. (News Of The South) - The Archbishop of York Dr John Sentamu has said relious leaders should feel free to accept government offers as long as they don`t get .. Read More →

Pistorius Advert Receives Numerous Complaints From British

By Correspondent , 21 , Feb 2015


An advertisement making light of the trial of South African athlete Oscar Pistorius received by far the most complaints ever in Britain, the advertising watchdog said on Friday. The advert .. Read More →

Mothers To Blame For High Rise in Malnutrition Cases

By Correspondent , 20 , Feb 2015


Bulambuli. - Mothers are to blame for increasing cases of malnourished children in the country, Bulambuli District health officer has said. Dr Muhammad Mulongo said malnutrition is not always caused .. Read More →

Two Journalists Held While Investigating Poaching In Mozambique

By Correspondent , 18 , Feb 2015


Maputo (AFP) - Two journalists, a German and a Swede, were held briefly by police on Monday while investigating rhino poaching in southern Mozambique, one of them said Tuesday. Bartholomaeus .. Read More →

500 Domestic Animals Killed By Stray Lions In Save Conservancy

By Correspondent , 17 , Feb 2015


By Sifelani Murambiwa. Zimbabwe. (News Of The South) - At least 500 domestic animals have been killed in areas along Save conservancy since 2007 when reports of stray lions from .. Read More →

Keeping Fit And Maintaining Good Body Shape After Child Birth

By Correspondent , 17 , Feb 2015


By Joseph Kato & Gillian Nantume. There are many questions that come up every time a woman thinks of exercising after birth. While most new mothers would like to return .. Read More →

South Africa Varsity Students Donate Clothes To Zimbabwe Flood Victims

By Correspondent , 16 , Feb 2015


By Justice Zhou. Johannesburg. (News Of the South) – A South African university has donated a consignment of clothes to victims of the deadly floods that hit many parts of .. Read More →

Pupil Dies In Iganga Dormitory Fire

By Correspondent , 16 , Feb 2015


Iganga- A seven-year-old boy has been confirmed dead and property worth millions destroyed after a fire gutted a boys’ dormitory at Tawheed Primary School in Iganga Town on Friday night. .. Read More →

South Africa To Ban Foreigners From Owning Land

By Correspondent , 14 , Feb 2015


Johannesburg - South African President Jacob Zuma has proposed a law barring foreigners from buying real estate in the country under sweeping land reforms, his office said Saturday. In future, .. Read More →