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Women Protestors Strip For Disputed Land

By Correspondent , 18 , Apr 2015

AMURU- The scene at a disputed area in Apaa parish where a mark stone was to be erected to demarcate the boundary between Amuru and Adjumani districts turned ugly on .. Read More →

Zimbabwean Police Officers Deployed To Assist Victims Of Xenophobia In South Africa

By Correspondent , 17 , Apr 2015

The Zimbabwe government has dispatched a team of its police force to South Africa to protect who have been displaced by xenophobic violence in Durban, reports said on Thursday. Zimbabwean .. Read More →

ZANU PF – UK Speaks On South Africa Xenophobic Attacks

By Correspondent , 16 , Apr 2015

Press Release. It is with a great sense of sadness that we are witnessing the development of increasing hostility, xenophobia, discrimination and intolerance towards our kith and kin in South .. Read More →

Surprise As Fish Rains In Thailand

By Correspondent , 16 , Apr 2015

Fishes Got Littered all Over the Streets After Rainfall in Thailand, amid surprise of passersby hundreds of fishes had flown to the banks of seashore and on the road. Most .. Read More →

Bodies Of Ethiopians To Be Flown Home As Attacks On Foreign Nationals Continue In Durban

By Correspondent , 16 , Apr 2015

Durban. - ATTACKS against foreigners continued in the South African port city of Durban Tuesday as the Ethiopian community prepared to repatriate the bodies of three of its nationals killed .. Read More →

Child Marriages Banned In Malawi After Rights Campaign

By Correspondent , 16 , Apr 2015

Blantyre (Malawi) - Malawian President Peter Mutharika has signed into law a ban on child marriages, parliament announced Wednesday, two months after lawmakers passed a bill raising the marrying age .. Read More →

Ebola Virus Found In Semen Six Months After Recovery

By Correspondent , 15 , Apr 2015

Geneva - Traces of Ebola have been found in the semen of a man six months after his recovery, the World Health Organization said Wednesday, urging survivors to practice safe .. Read More →

Harmonization Delays Irk Legal Experts

By Correspondent , 15 , Apr 2015

By Takudzwa Mudzimukunze. MUTARE, Zimbabwe.- Government's failure to harmonize hundreds of pieces of legislation to match constitutional provisions means the nation's supreme law will largely remain a paper tiger, legal .. Read More →

Apostolic Sect Women Get Empowered

By Correspondent , 14 , Apr 2015

BY JACQUIE MBAYIWA MAKUVATSINE. Zimbabwe. (News of The South) -Some apostolic churches are now encouraging women to be educated moving away from the traditional doctrine of most apostolic churches of .. Read More →