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Seventy Ethiopians Perish In Shipwreck Off Yemen Coast

By Correspondent , 08 , Dec 2014

Sanaa - Seventy Ethiopian migrants have drowned after their boat sank near the entrance to the Red Sea off the coast of Yemen, the Yemeni Interior Ministry said. The boat .. Read More →

TB Joshua Warns Doctors Treating Obama

By Correspondent , 08 , Dec 2014

A video has surfaced of controversial Nigerian preacher TB Joshua predicting that the President of the United States will suffer an illness that will result in him being rushed to .. Read More →

Sweet Potatoes And Five Health Benefits

By Correspondent , 07 , Dec 2014

Sweet potatoes are a delicious treat that has lots of health benefits. The sweet potato is a dicotyledonous plant that belongs to the family Convolvulaceae . It's large, starchy, sweet-tasting, .. Read More →

Female Genital Mutilation Still Popular In Ghana

By Correspondent , 06 , Dec 2014

Following the article dated April 8, 2014 by the Ghana News Agency on Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) practices in the Upper East Region which was based on a research from .. Read More →

South Africans Urged To Follow Mandela`s Footsteps

By Correspondent , 05 , Dec 2014

Johannesburg - One year after Nelson Mandela's death, fellow Nobel Peace Prize laureate Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu called on South Africans to emulate the anti-apartheid hero's example. "Our obligation to .. Read More →

Checheche Growth Point Residents Taps Run Dry Over Electricity Arrears

By Correspondent , 05 , Dec 2014

By Sifelani Murambiwa. Zimbabwe. – (News Of The South) - Residents of Checheche Growth Point have gone for two weeks without tapped water after the Zimbabwe National Water Authority’s water .. Read More →

Steve Biko Autopsy Report Auction Banned By South African Court

By editor , 04 , Dec 2014

Johannesburg (News Of The South) – The sale of the autopsy report of murdered anti- apartheid hero Steve Biko was on Wednesday banned by a South African court. According to .. Read More →

Greater Climate Crisis In Africa Could Be Triggered From Lima Climate Talks

By Correspondent , 04 , Dec 2014

By Kofi Adu Domfeh. Civil society observers have warned that the new climate talks in Lima could trigger even greater climate crisis in Africa, if they are not careful to .. Read More →

Chiredzi Town Council Fails To Pay Workers For Seven Months

By Correspondent , 03 , Dec 2014

By Sifelani Murambiwa. Zimbabwe. (News Of The South) - Chiredzi Town Council has launched a water disconnection bleats with the aim at recovering more than US$3 million they are owed .. Read More →