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28 Die In Pakistan Airport Attack

By Mildred Richards , 10 , Jun 2014


Karachi – At least 28 people are reported to have died in clashes between Pakistan`s military and Taliban gunmen on Sunday. The Taliban gunmen besieged Karachi airport armed with rocket .. Read More →

International School Of South Africa Visits Zimbabwe For Enrolment

By Eugene Majuru , 08 , Jun 2014


Zimbabwe. (News of The South) - International School Of South Africa (ISSA) is on a recruitment drive in Zimbabwe where the Chief Executive Officer and deputy head will be in .. Read More →

Oil Rig Worker Dismissed For Reporting He saw Missing Flight MH370 On Fire

By Eugene Majuru , 08 , Jun 2014


As the world still ponders on what became of the Malaysian flight MH370 , latest news is that a New Zealand oil rig worker who says he saw the missing .. Read More →

Zimbabwean Teenager Excels At International School Of South Africa

By editor , 08 , Jun 2014


Zimbabwe. (News Of The South) - A young Zimbabwean teenager Kundai – Munashe Chinyanya has excelled in her academic performance and is currently in Upper Six at the International School .. Read More →

Spindoctor Jonathan Moyo Humiliated

By Correspondent , 08 , Jun 2014


By John Chimunhu Zimbabwe, Harare.(News Of The South) - President Robert Mugabe dressed down his government's recently-appointed chief spindoctor Professor Jonathan Moyo, calling him a "pest that has invaded the .. Read More →

Black Empowerment Is "Killing Babies In South Africa"

By Correspondent , 07 , Jun 2014


Cape Town (AFP) - South Africa's policy of race-based affirmative action is "killing babies" and must be scrapped, the country's Institute of Race Relations said Friday. The institute, which spoke .. Read More →

Somali Warlord Quits Shebab Extremists

By Correspondent , 07 , Jun 2014


Mogadishu (AFP) - A notorious Somali warlord allied to the Islamist Shebab and on UN sanction lists has agreed to quit the extremists, the information ministry said Saturday. <br. Powerful .. Read More →

South African Tycoon Jailed in Zimbabwe

By Correspondent , 07 , Jun 2014


By A Correspondent Zimbabwe. (News of The South) - A South African apartheid soldier who crashed his helicopter at a safari farm near West Nicholson, and then buried the wreckage, .. Read More →

Desmond Tutu In Swaziland Pro Democracy Crusade

By Correspondent , 07 , Jun 2014


Johannesburg (AFP) - South African Nobel peace laureate Desmond Tutu and a raft of human rights organisations have signed an open letter demanding reforms from Swaziland's King Mswati III, denouncing .. Read More →