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Russia 'Must Reflect' On Shooting Down Of Malaysian Plane

By Correspondent , 18 , Jul 2014


Britain has said it is "clear" where responsibility for the shooting down of a packed passenger plane lies, as the US said it cannot rule out Russian involvement in the .. Read More →

South African Airways Flight In Severe Turbulence, 20 Injured

By Takudzwa Mashumba , 18 , Jul 2014


By Takudzwa Mashumba (News Of The South). A South African Airways flight destined for Hong Kong experienced severe turbulence, resulting in 17 passengers and three crew members being injured, South .. Read More →

Jonathan Appeals For $1 Billion To Fight Boko Haram

By Correspondent , 18 , Jul 2014


By John Chimunhu (News Of The South). Nigerian president Goodluck Jonathan has appealed for parliamentary approval to borrow $1 billion to fight the deadly Boko Haram insurgency. Jonathan's urgent letter .. Read More →

South Africa Reviews Special Permits For Zimbabweans

By Correspondent , 16 , Jul 2014


By John Chimunhu (News Of The South). South African Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba has said special permits for African migrants will not be "unilaterally removed", giving hope to some .. Read More →

Trafficked Children Re – United With Parents

By Correspondent , 16 , Jul 2014


Uganda, Luweero. Police in collaboration with the Luweero District probation office have handed back to parents more than 70 children intercepted near Jinja Town in a suspected child trafficking case. .. Read More →

Pistorious In Night Club Brawl

By Correspondent , 16 , Jul 2014


Johannesburg (AFP) - South Africa's Paralympian star Oscar Pistorius was thrown out of a nightclub over the weekend after being involved in a drunken brawl, the Star newspaper reported on .. Read More →

High Court Confirms Mpofu's Toll Fee Hike

By Correspondent , 15 , Jul 2014


By John Chimunhu. Zimbabwe. (News of The South) - High Court Judge Joseph Mafusire has ruled that Transport Minister Obert Mpofu was within his rights when he ordered road toll .. Read More →

Oscar Pistorious Sends Tweets On Love And Pain

By Correspondent , 14 , Jul 2014


Johannesburg (AFP) - South African Paralympian Oscar Pistorius, on trial for killing his model girlfriend last year, has broken a long social networking silence with a series of tweets on .. Read More →

Prostitution Fuels AIDS in Zimbabwean Colleges

By Correspondent , 14 , Jul 2014


By John Chimunhu When college sessions end, Thembi heads for the Hunters Lounge, a popular club in Harare's seedy Avenues area. To her friends, she is a dancer at the .. Read More →

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