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Drama As Guinea Plane Briefly Quarantined In Paris After Ebola Scare

By Correspondent , 04 , Apr 2014


Paris (AFP) - An Air France plane from the Ebola-hit west African country of Guinea was quarantined in Paris for two hours Friday after the crew suspected a passenger may .. Read More →

Gabriella Nyaruvende, A Woman Of Substance

By Correspondent , 03 , Apr 2014


Despite being a victim of rape, Zimbabwean Gabriella Nyaruvende is dreaming big and is already doing big not just for herself but for other woman out there who are being .. Read More →

Kayihura Orders Arrest Of Ex DPC

By Correspondent , 03 , Apr 2014


Kampala. - The Inspector General of Police, Gen Kale Kayihura, has ordered the re-arrest of former Lira District Police Commander in connection to the killing of a Lira Town businesswoman .. Read More →

Mandela`s Former Personal Assistant To Publish Memoirs Of Mandela

By Eugene Majuru , 03 , Apr 2014


Johannesburg – Mandela`s long time serving personal aid, Zelda la Grange is set to publish her memoirs about the transformation of her life by South Africa`s late president Mandela. Penguin .. Read More →

Government, Teachers Headed For Showdown

By Correspondent , 03 , Apr 2014


By Rainos Mukanya A showdown is looming between the government of Zimbabwe and civil servants, especially teachers over the indefinite postponement of a crucial National Joint Negotiating Council (NJNC) meeting .. Read More →

Teacher Allegedly Belts Student To Death

By editor , 03 , Apr 2014


Johannesburg – A 16 year old South African student died following a beating on the head from his teacher who now faces possible murder charges. Sizwe Kubheka died in hospital .. Read More →

Doctor Faces Charges For Death Of Expectant Mother

By Correspondent , 03 , Apr 2014


Kampala. - A doctor, at whose clinic a pregnant woman died during treatment, was yesterday charged with manslaughter and causing death to an unborn baby. Prosecution alleges that Dr Moses .. Read More →

Soldiers Allegedly Attack MDC- T Youths

By Correspondent , 03 , Apr 2014


By Nomore Chinoda Harare- Some uniformed soldiers on Wednesday reportedly assaulted activists of the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) led by Zimbabwe's former Prime Minister Morgan Richard Tsvangirai. This came .. Read More →

Zimbabweans Face Deportation: Government In The Dark

By Correspondent , 02 , Apr 2014


By Nomore Chinoda As the deadline for the expiration of immigrant permits of Zimbabweans in South Africa draws near, the Zimbabwean government says it is in the dark about the .. Read More →