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Celebrating Ghanaian Excellence

By Correspondent , 15 , Nov 2013


Ghana UK Based Achievements Awards (GUBA) takes place on November 16 and is set to be a star-studded affair DREAM TEAM: GUBA founder Dentaa Amoateng (centre) with the GUBA team .. Read More →

Satanism Scare Rocks Mupfure College

By Correspondent , 15 , Nov 2013


A Satanism scare has rocked Mupfure self help college after a student confessed to be involved in satanic acts in an incident that has left many students shell shocked at .. Read More →

African Journalists Must Defend Leaders: Makhudu Sefara

By Correspondent , 15 , Nov 2013


By Nomore Chinoda Makhudu Sefara, editor of a South African newspaper The Star has urged African journalists to defend their leaders from continuous prosecution and harassment by the International Criminal .. Read More →

UN Council Boosts Somalia Force

By Correspondent , 14 , Nov 2013


New York (AFP) - The UN Security Council on Tuesday approved a 4,400-troop boost to the African force in Somalia, taking it to more than 22,100 troops deployed to tackle .. Read More →

All Week Rains For Qatar

By Best Masinire , 14 , Nov 2013


The western Asian country of Qatar might soon experience floods as the country`s meteorological department has predicted thunderstorms, cooler temperatures and damper days on the horizon. In a statement on .. Read More →

Egypitan Journalists To Appear Before Criminal Court

By Lorraine Mashandure , 14 , Nov 2013


Thursday 14 NOVEMBER 2013 (News of the South)- An independent newspaper operating in Egypt had two of its reporters arrested for defaming judges in an article published in 2012 and .. Read More →

Culture Should Not Be Valued At Expense Of Children's Rights

By Tendai Makaripe , 14 , Nov 2013


By Tendai Makaripe When she was a mere ten year old, RudoTembo (not her real name), from the Shangani tribe of Chipinge in Eastern Zimbabwe was considered of no use .. Read More →

British Government Plans To Pay Breast Feeding Mums

By Eugene Majuru , 14 , Nov 2013


The British government has come up with a new initiative to pay breastfeeding mums. Breastfeeding mothers are expected to be given shopping vouchers form selected stores Matalan, John Lewis, Mothercare .. Read More →

Tombstone Alarms To Be Introduced In Johannesburg

By editor , 14 , Nov 2013


Authorities in Johannesburg announced on Wednesday that from early 2014 they will be introducing security devices on tombstones to curb the sharp rise in theft. Thieves have been on the .. Read More →

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