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Bomb Kills 16 In Abuja Attack

By Correspondent , 01 , May 2014


Abuja (AFP) - A bombing at a bus station on the outskirts of Nigeria's capital killed at least 16 people on Thursday, just weeks after a deadly attack hit the .. Read More →

Zimbabwe Workers' Day Commemorations In Pictures

By Correspondent , 01 , May 2014


By Nomore Chinoda On Thursday Zimbabwe (News Of The South)- Zimbabweans joined the rest of the world in commemorating the Workers' Day the very time the country is faced by .. Read More →

South Africa Accredits Imams As Marriage Officers

By Correspondent , 01 , May 2014


Cape Town - South Africa accredited over 100 imams as marriage officers on Wednesday, giving permission to the Muslim clerics to officiate at fully recognised weddings for the first time. .. Read More →

Zimbabwean Woman Denied Treatment At UK Hospital As Leg Deteriorates

By Eugene Majuru , 01 , May 2014


A disabled, 27 year old Zimbabwean woman Tendai Sithole Magume is traumatised after being being denied treatment from UK’s Leicester Royal Infirmary. In a case that is set to disgrace .. Read More →

High Maternal Mortality Rate A Cause For Concern

By Correspondent , 30 , Apr 2014


By Pride Nleya Charlene Mavetera (16) is overburdened not only by the baby on her back but a bundle of firewood balanced on her head. Her emaciated body paints a .. Read More →

Missing Plane, New York Pilot Claims He Found Images Of Flight MH370

By Correspondent , 30 , Apr 2014


Michael Hoebel, 60, said he had found an image of what appeared to be the plane in one piece in the Gulf of Thailand — the exact place where the .. Read More →

Sleeping Sickness Thriving In Poor Communities

By Correspondent , 29 , Apr 2014


It did not occur to John Ocung that he was suffering from sleeping sickness because tests from the clinics he visited always concluded that he had malaria. Even though he .. Read More →

Mugabe Witnesses Canonisation At Vatican

By Correspondent , 28 , Apr 2014


The Roman Catholic Church on Sunday canonised the late popes John XXIII and John Paul II as saints of the world’s largest Christian congregation in front of an estimated 800 .. Read More →

Six Elephants Slain By Poachers In Kenya

By Correspondent , 28 , Apr 2014


Nairobi (AFP) - Poachers have slain six elephants including four calves in a private reserve in Kenya, wildlife officials said Saturday, as the country battles an upsurge in the illegal .. Read More →