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Social Discrimmination Overcome As Blind Girl Graduates

By Correspondent , 18 , Jun 2014


Uganda, Lwengo. - Aida Namukasa, 28, is not an ordinary university graduate. She has been blind since she was one and half years. “I lost my sight due to measles .. Read More →

Residents And Council Should Harmonise Relations

By Correspondent , 18 , Jun 2014


By Sharon Tatenda Magodyo, HRT Community Coordinator Zimbabwe.- The residents of Harare have long suffered from water disconnections. Water is essential in people’s lives and people cannot live without it. .. Read More →

Border Jumper Kidnappers Arrested

By Correspondent , 17 , Jun 2014


Zimbabwe. (News Of The South) - POLICE have arrested 12 suspects who allegedly kidnapped, tortured and robbed 30 people who intended to cross into South Africa illegally. The 12 who .. Read More →

Tourist To Drive Around River Nile And Raise Funds For Wildlife

By editor , 16 , Jun 2014


Uganda, Kampala - (News Of The South) - A female tourism devotee, Leslie Carvell is set to drive around the River Nile section in Uganda in her 1970 VW Beetle .. Read More →

Boko Haram Terrorists Demand 800 Cows For 20 Fulani Women

By Correspondent , 15 , Jun 2014


MAIDUGURI — Boko Haram terrorists are reportedly asking for 800 cows as a precondition for the release of the abducted 20 Fulani women. The terrorists demanded that each of the .. Read More →

Tanzania Police Hunt Hunt For Bomb Blast Suspect

By Correspondent , 14 , Jun 2014


Zanzibar (Tanzania) (AFP) - Tanzanian police on Saturday hunted for suspects amid tightened security a day after an explosion at a mosque in the busy capital of Zanzibar killed a .. Read More →

Malaysian Airline`s Insurer Pays Families of Missing Passengers Of MH370

By Correspondent , 13 , Jun 2014


KUALA LUMPUR. — Malaysia Airlines’ insurer has begun paying the families of passengers on-board Flight MH370 US$50 000 each in initial compensation three months after the jet disappeared, a government .. Read More →

Drugs Decriminalisation A Must : West African experts

By Correspondent , 13 , Jun 2014


Dakar (AFP) - A panel of experts called Thursday for minor drugs offences to be decriminalised in west Africa, where trafficking, consumption and production is undermining development and causing a .. Read More →

Families Of Missing Passengers From Flight MH370 Launch Fund Raising Campaign To Pay Whistle Blower

By editor , 12 , Jun 2014


Families of passengers who were on the missing Malaysian flight MH370 on Sunday launched a campaign to give a reward to the person who will come forward as a whistle .. Read More →

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