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Zimbabwe Now Conducting DNA Tests

By editor , 10 , Jan 2014


Zimbabwe has registered its first DNA testing centre and it will now be easy to carry out paternity tests as well as civil, chieftainship wrangles, tracing family history and criminal .. Read More →

Binge Drinking – A Monster Devouring The Youth

By Correspondent , 10 , Jan 2014


By Masimba Mikichi The transition from childhood to adulthood is received by some youths as the time to show off their dinking prowesses. Whilst there‘re some youths who are upright .. Read More →

Zambia Headed For Disastrous Food Security Situation

By Takudzwa Mashumba , 09 , Jan 2014


Former Finance minister Ng’andu Magande says Zambia is headed for a disastrous food security situation. Mr. Magande has told News of The South that it is unfortunate and worrying to .. Read More →

USAID Announces Award To Prevent And Repair Obstetric Fistula

By Takudzwa Mashumba , 09 , Jan 2014


Washington — More health care workers in sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia will be able to prevent, detect and treat the disabling condition obstetric fistula thanks to a new project .. Read More →

South African Pastor Makes People Eat Grass

By Correspondent , 09 , Jan 2014


SOUTH AFRICA: Pastor Daniel Lesego of Rabboni Centre Ministries situated at zone 2 Ga-Rankuwa, north of Pretoria, made his members eat grass and stepped on them while making illustration that .. Read More →

Kruger River Faces Major Pollution After South Africa Mine Spillage

By Correspondent , 08 , Jan 2014


Johannesburg (AFP) - South African authorities revealed Tuesday that a phosphate mine spillage has caused "extensive pollution" to a river in the country's famed Kruger National Park. Park officials said .. Read More →

Domestic Violence Is Not Part Of African Culture

By Lazarus Sauti , 08 , Jan 2014


Lazarus Sauti Domestic Violence is one of the leading causes of death for women in Africa. This violence against women is carried out under the guise of culture and tradition, .. Read More →

Giraffe population Increases In Niger

By Eugene Majuru , 08 , Jan 2014


The number of giraffes in Niger has risen rapidly according to official results published on Tuesday. The number was confirmed to be 366 a rise from 311 recorded in 2012. .. Read More →

American Couple Wed Riding On Elephants In Zimbabwe

By Correspondent , 08 , Jan 2014


A married couple renewed their vows in Zimbabwe, Africa and in attendance was the bride’s family accompanied by a slew of majestic elephants. Cory Perkins posted his spectacular wedding photos .. Read More →

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