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South African Constitutional Court Orders Investigations Into Alleged Torture In Zimbabwe

By Correspondent , 30 , Oct 2014


By Ndumiso Mlilo. JOHANNESBURG. (News Of The South) - The South African Constitutional Court on Thursday ordered the South African police to investigate the crimes against humanity which occurred in .. Read More →

Nigeria likely To Seek Death Penalty Against Child Bride

By Correspondent , 30 , Oct 2014


Gezawa (Nigeria) - A 14-year-old Nigerian girl accused of murdering her 35-year-old husband by putting rat poison in his food could face the death penalty, Nigerian prosecutors said Thursday. The .. Read More →

Zambia Names Guy Scott Interim President Following Sata`s Death

By Correspondent , 29 , Oct 2014


Lusaka - Zambian Vice President Guy Scott was named acting leader Wednesday following the death of President Michael Sata, making him Africa's first white head of state since South Africa's .. Read More →

Crime VS South African Tourism As 2014 Draws To An End

By Correspondent , 29 , Oct 2014


By Christine Tsotetsi. South Africa. (News Of The South) - We are heading towards the end of the year and we are talking holiday destinations for many. While South Africa .. Read More →

Zimbabwe Faces Challenges In Maternal Health Sector As MDGs Deadline Approaches

By Correspondent , 28 , Oct 2014


By Pretty Chavango. Zimbabwe, Harare. (News Of The South) - With less than a hundred days left till the Millennium Development Goals (MDG’s) 2015 deadline, Zimbabwe is less likely to .. Read More →

If A Woman Asks You To Prove Your Love "She Wants To Kill You" :Duncan Williams

By Correspondent , 28 , Oct 2014


Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams has warned men to be careful of women who mount pressure on them to prove their love, because such women want to “kill” them. As part of .. Read More →

Botswana Successfully Holds Parliamentary Elections

By Correspondent , 28 , Oct 2014


By US Department Of State Press Statement - John Kerry. Secretary of State Washington, DC I congratulate the people of Botswana on their successful national parliamentary elections. International observers have .. Read More →

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 →

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