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Uganda Consumes Highest Amount Of Alcohol In East Africa

By Correspondent , 11 , Jul 2014


Kampala- Uganda is the highest consumer of alcohol per capita in the East African region, according to a newly released report. More worrying, Ugandans according to the report, consume the .. Read More →

South Africa Introduces Harsh Immigration Rules

By editor , 10 , Jul 2014


Johannesburg - The new South African immigration rules have triggered confusion and panic among foreign residents in this "Gateway to Africa" and forced 250,000 Zimbabweans to decide whether to return .. Read More →

The Hypocrisy That Is The African Pride

By Showbiz Reporter , 10 , Jul 2014


By Pearson Mbendera (News Of The South) - I am an African. And given the title of this article I don’t want to be a hypocrite and say that I .. Read More →

Two Die In South AfricaTrain Crash

By Correspondent , 09 , Jul 2014


Johannesburg (AFP) - Two trains crashed into each other in a suburb outside South Africa's eastern coastal city of Durban on Tuesday, injuring about 80 people, rescuers told AFP. "There .. Read More →

Morrocco Beefs Up Security On US Bound Flights

By Correspondent , 08 , Jul 2014


Rabat (AFP) - Morocco said Monday it will tighten security measures for US-bound flights from Casablanca at Washington's request, amid fears in the United States that Islamist militants could be .. Read More →

Number Of Low Paid UK Residents Can Be Slashed By Over 1 Million By 2020: Sentamu

By Correspondent , 07 , Jul 2014


THE NUMBER of people in low pay in the UK can be slashed by over 1 million by 2020 with a series of pragmatic low-cost measures building on the economic .. Read More →

Crayfish Threatens Kapenta Survival In Kariba

By Correspondent , 07 , Jul 2014


By A Correspondent ZIMBABWE Parks and Wildlife Management Authority has made a passionate plea to individuals, cooperatives and companies to consider commercial crayfish fishing in northern Lake Kariba, as the .. Read More →

Released Editor Kudzai Enjoys Freedom

By Correspondent , 05 , Jul 2014


Zimbabwe, Harare. Sunday Mail editor Edmund Kudzayi, accused of attempting to subvert a constitutionally-elected Government and undermining the authority of the President, was in a jovial mood yesterday after being .. Read More →

Ministers From West Africa Set Up Ebola Fund

By Correspondent , 05 , Jul 2014


An emergency meeting of West African Health Ministers on the Ebola Virus disease has ended with a unanimous agreement to set up a fund of $10 million to support research .. Read More →

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