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More Than 60 000 Ugandans Infected With TB

By Correspondent , 25 , Mar 2015


By Herbert Zziwa. Up to 60,000 Ugandans get infected with Tuberculosis (TB) every year and only 40,000 are diagnosed. This is according to latest figured released by the World Health .. Read More →

Botswana Warns Of Alarming Increase In Illegal Wildlife Trade

By Correspondent , 25 , Mar 2015


By Christophe Beaudufe. Kasane (Botswana) - Conservation experts meeting in Botswana on Wednesday issued dire warnings over the booming illegal wildlife trade that threatens the survival of elephants, rhinos, tigers .. Read More →

IVF Babies “Twice As Likely To Develop Autism”

By Correspondent , 25 , Mar 2015


BABIES WHO are conceived through IVF could be twice as likely to develop a lifelong developmental disability, researchers have discovered. According to new research, children conceived using assisted reproductive technology .. Read More →

Numerous Typhoid Cases In Maracha

By Correspondent , 25 , Mar 2015


MARACHA, Uganda. - At least 311 suspected cases of typhoid fever have been reported in Maracha District. Mr Rasul Jurua, the district health inspector, told Daily Monitor on Monday: “Since .. Read More →

Ivory Kingpin Bail Release Blocked By Kenyan Prosecutors

By Correspondent , 24 , Mar 2015


By Hildah Desai. Mombasa (Kenya) - A controversial decision to grant bail to Feisal Mohammed Ali a suspected ringleader of a global ivory smuggling gang was blocked by Kenyan prosecuters .. Read More →

Why Black Women Should Be Honoured

By Correspondent , 23 , Mar 2015


London-based media entrepreneur Faustina Anyanwu grew tired of seeing the achievements of African Caribbean women ignored. So she decided to create a special event called Divas Of Colour to celebrate .. Read More →

South Africa And New Zealand Eye End To Years Of Pain

By Correspondent , 23 , Mar 2015


By Chris Foley. Auckland .- New Zealand and South Africa clash in the World Cup semi-finals at Auckland's Eden Park on Tuesday hoping to end years of pain and near-misses. .. Read More →

Students In South Africa Protest Over Colonial Statue

By editor , 21 , Mar 2015


Cape Town (News Of The South) - Students in South Africa pelted the statue of British colonizer Cecil Rhodes with excrement as they demanded that the statue be broughT down. .. Read More →

Australia Leading The Change In Gender Equality In Zimbabwe

By Correspondent , 21 , Mar 2015


By Martin Muleya. Zimbabwe. (News Of The South) An Australian-funded scheme is saving and transforming lives of marginalized communities in Mashonaland East, Masvingo and Manicaland Provinces. With funding from the .. Read More →