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Six American Soldiers Die In Helicopter Crash

By Correspondent , 18 , Dec 2013


BY FREEMAN MAKOPA At least six American soldiers perished whilst one person survived and sustained injuries in a helicopter crash in Southern Afganstan, said the Defence officials anonymously. Amid reports .. Read More →

Fruit tree farming the game-changer: Shiri

By Lazarus Sauti , 18 , Dec 2013


Lazarus Sauti Southern Africa- Air Force of Zimbabwe Commander Air Marshal Perrance Shiri has called on the nation to embark on a major tree planting exercise to reduce the country’s .. Read More →

Mandela Nine Metre Statue Unveiled

By Correspondent , 17 , Dec 2013


PRETORIA. — South Africa President Jacob Zuma yesterday unveiled a nine-metre statue of former president Nelson Mandela at the Union Buildings in Pretoria, as part of the Reconciliation Day celebrations. .. Read More →

Sexual Violence Calling For Passion

By Correspondent , 17 , Dec 2013


By Wisdom Mumera Harare 17 December 2013-The room is filled with mostly elderly women long into their menopausal periods. Their facial art speaks of an ongoing strain to catch a .. Read More →

Mandela`s Lookalike To Continue With Legacy

By Eugene Majuru , 16 , Dec 2013


Nelson Mandela`s look alike 37 year old Ayanda Mbatyothi on Sunday vowed to continue with Mandela`s legacy. Mbatyothi is a spitting image of Mandela and comes from an impoverished township .. Read More →

Brazil Construction Workers Threaten Strike

By Islam Sabulino , 15 , Dec 2013


The demise of Marcleudo de Melo Ferreira at a World Cup construction site in Brazil on Saturday afternoon could spark a widespread industrial action amongst fellow builders due to lack .. Read More →

Canadian Researchers Discover New Greenhouse Gas

By Lazarus Sauti , 15 , Dec 2013


Lazarus Sauti Scientists in Canada announced the discovery of a greenhouse gas with unprecedented potential to warm the Earth, and said the chemical has been lurking in the atmosphere for .. Read More →

Kenya Bomb Blast Kills One

By Correspondent , 15 , Dec 2013


Nairobi (AFP) - At least one person was killed and three others seriously wounded when twin explosions rocked the Kenyan town of Wajir near the Somalia border, police said on .. Read More →

Proceeds From Mining To Help The Poor: Mugabe

By Correspondent , 15 , Dec 2013


Harare (AFP) - Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe vowed Saturday to use mining earnings to help the poor, and called on Zimbabweans to form their own companies to benefit from the .. Read More →

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