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Air Algerie Crash Inquiry Opens In Mali

By Correspondent , 28 , Jul 2014


Bamako (AFP) - Mali has opened a judicial probe into the Air Algerie plane disaster as part of international efforts to determine the cause of the crash, Mali's Minister of .. Read More →

Boko Haram Kidnap Wife Of Cameroon`s Deputy Prime Minister

By editor , 28 , Jul 2014


Yaounde. — Boko Haram militants on Sunday kidnapped the wife of Cameroon`s Deputy Prime Minister when they attacked Kolofata, a town in Cameroon’s Far North Region near Nigeria. Several people .. Read More →

AIDS Conference 2016 To Be Held In South Africa

By Correspondent , 26 , Jul 2014


Melbourne - The 21st international AIDS conference in 2016 will be held in Durban port city of South Africa to mark the forum`s return to Africa after 16 years. Gathering .. Read More →

Jonathan Moyo Questioned Over Baba Jukwa Case

By Correspondent , 25 , Jul 2014


Zimbabwe.- POLICE investigating the Baba Jukwa case yesterday asked Information, Media and Broadcasting Services Minister Professor Jonathan Moyo to help them in their investigations by submitting clarifications on issues to .. Read More →

2014 Human Development Report

By Correspondent , 24 , Jul 2014


By UNDP The 2014 Human Development Report 'Sustaining Human Progress: Reducing Vulnerabilities and Building Resilience' - shows that overall global trends in human development are positive. Yet, people at all .. Read More →

First Girl Summit Mobilises End To Child Rape And Forced Marriages

By Correspondent , 24 , Jul 2014


By Pretty Chavango. (News Of The South) - UNICEF and the UK on Wednesday co-hosted the first girl summit aimed at mobilising domestic and international efforts to implement an end .. Read More →

Glasgow Ticks All Boxes At Opening Ceremony of Commonwealth Games

By editor , 24 , Jul 2014


By Eugene Majuru in Glasgow. (News Of the South) - Glasgow Ticks All Boxes At Official Opening Ceremony of Commonwealth Games The opening ceremony of the Glasgow 2014 games was .. Read More →

South African Rhino Poacher Slapped With 77 Year Jail Term

By Correspondent , 23 , Jul 2014


Johannesburg - A South African court has jailed a rhino poacher for 77 years, one of the heaviest sentences handed out for the crime as poaching continues to escalate, an .. Read More →

"Red Radicals" Storm Johannesburg Legislature

By Correspondent , 23 , Jul 2014


Johannesburg - South African police threw stun grenades and fired rubber bullets when radical lawmakers stormed the provincial legislature in the country's economic powerhouse Johannesburg Tuesday. Led by Julius Malema, .. Read More →

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