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Harare To Experience More Water Cuts

By Correspondent , 08 , Apr 2014


By Tonderai Kunidzora Residents of Zimbabwe have been told that they will experience more water cuts by the Harare City Council due to the upgrading which is currently underway at .. Read More →

Disunity A Barrier To African Development

By Takudzwa Mashumba , 08 , Apr 2014


(News Of The South) - Africa, a continent known of its riches in minerals and oil but is also the poorest of all continents and has no one to blame .. Read More →

Two UN Consultants Shot In Somalia

By Correspondent , 07 , Apr 2014


Mogadishu (AFP) - A Briton and a Frenchman working for the UN Office on Drugs and Crime were shot dead Monday as they disembarked from a plane in central Somalia, .. Read More →

Makandiwa`s Judgement Night 2 To Become Southern Africa`s Biggest Church gathering

By Eugene Majuru , 07 , Apr 2014


Zimbabwe Prophet Emmanuel Makandiwa`s Judgement night 2 to be held at the National Sports stadium on April 19 is set to break the record as southern Africa`s biggest Church gathering. .. Read More →

Search For Missing Flight MH370 Resumes Monday

By Eugene Majuru , 07 , Apr 2014


The search for the missing Malaysian plane continues Monday with 9 aircraft and 14 ships scouring the Indian Ocean Australian authorities said. In a release, the Australian Joint Agency Coordination .. Read More →

Phillip Chiyangwa Spends $50K A Month On Girlfriends

By Correspondent , 07 , Apr 2014


Zimbabwe - Businessman Philip Chiyangwa spends over US$50 000 a month on rentals and other expenses for dozens of girlfriends including three of them, Jacqueline Ngarande, Tracy Mandaba and Cherylene .. Read More →

Fulani Herdsmen Kill 79 In Nigeria

By Correspondent , 06 , Apr 2014


KANO (Nigeria) (AFP) - The death toll in an attack by Fulani herdsmen on a village in northern Nigeria's Zamfara State rose to 79 from 30, a governor spokesman said .. Read More →

Nine Month Old Pakistani Baby Faces Attempted Murder Charges

By editor , 06 , Apr 2014


A nine month old Pakistani baby faces an attempted murder charge in a case believed to highlight endemic flaws in the country's legal system. Baby Mohammad Musa together with his .. Read More →

South Africa`s Mining Strike Results In Hunger And Anxiety

By Hilda Desai , 06 , Apr 2014


Marikana (South Africa) – South Africa`s platinum strike continues and many families struggle to put food on the table. One miner's wife Nomfanelo Jali has not been able to feed .. Read More →

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