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Cholera Outbreak Kills 51 In Niger

By Correspondent , 28 , Oct 2014


Niamey - At least 51 people have died and 1300 cases have been recorded since the cholera outbreak hit Niger since the beginning of 2014 according to the United Nations. .. Read More →

NPA To Appeal Against Pistorious`s Five Year Sentence

By Correspondent , 27 , Oct 2014


By Ndumiso Mlilo. South Africa, Johannesburg. (News Of The South) - National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) will appeal against Paralympian, Oscar Pistorius's culpable homicide conviction and sentence. Pistorius was slapped with .. Read More →

Donors Pledge 8 Billion For Horn Of Africa

By Correspondent , 27 , Oct 2014


Ethiopia, Addis Ababa. - International donors pledged $8 billion in development aid Monday for projects across eight countries in the Horn of Africa, UN chief Ban Ki-moon announced at the .. Read More →

21 More Bodies Recovered From Lake Kariba Boat Accident

By Correspondent , 26 , Oct 2014


Zambia. - Rescue divers from the Military and Police on Sunday managed retrieve 21 bodies of the Lake Kariba boat accident, the Police confirmed. “Earlier in the day we had .. Read More →

Pistorius Was About To Be Dumped By Steenkamp

By Correspondent , 26 , Oct 2014


London - The mother of Oscar Pistorius's girlfriend believes that her daughter was about to leave the disgraced athlete when he shot her dead in what a South African judge .. Read More →

Racist Job Advert Lands Company Into Hot Soup

By Correspondent , 24 , Oct 2014


Uganda, Kampala. - Immigration Control under the ministry of Internal Affairs has summoned Shell and Bolton International to explain its employment policy. The firm is suspected to be contravening Ugandan .. Read More →

Gay Medical Doctor Barred From Hospital

By Correspondent , 24 , Oct 2014


The Effia Nkwanta Regional Hospital says until Dr. Sulley Ali-Gabass is psychologically and criminally cleared of the sodomy allegation, he would not be welcome in the hospital. Dr. Ali-Gabass has .. Read More →

Boko Haram Kidnaps More Women And Girls

By Correspondent , 23 , Oct 2014


ISLAMIC MILITANT group Boko Haram is understood to have taken dozens of women and girls in Nigeria’s northeastern state of Adamawa. No official confirmation has been provided by authorities, but .. Read More →

Light At End Of Tunnel As January Is Set As Trial Date For Jailed Aljazeera Journalists

By Correspondent , 23 , Oct 2014


1 January 2015 has been set as the date when Al Jazeera’s jailed journalists in Egypt will have the appeals against their convictions considered. The hearing will look at the .. Read More →

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