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Zimbabwe Fines Illegal Ugandan Immigrants

By Correspondent , 16 , Apr 2014


HARARE. - A Zimbabwean court has fined seven Ugandans accused of entering the country illegally. Court said the seven sneaked through the Zambian border on their way to Botswana. The .. Read More →

America Congratulates Guinea Bissau On Peaceful Elections

By Correspondent , 16 , Apr 2014


Washington (AFP) - The United States praised the holding of successful elections in Guinea-Bissau as an "important step" towards a better future after years of political instability and violence. Almost .. Read More →

African Troops Help Muslims Flee From CAR

By Correspondent , 15 , Apr 2014


By Michael Chingarande (News of The South) - African peacekeepers have escorted more than 1,000 minority Muslims fleeing attacks by mainly Christian militias in the Central African Republic to neighbouring .. Read More →

Northern Mali Shaken By Failed Rocket Attack

By Mildred Richards , 14 , Apr 2014


Bamako – A rocket was fired by militants into the centre of rebel-infested northern Mali's largest city on Monday, no damage was caused but there was a high level of .. Read More →

Gunmen Kill 135 In Nigeria

By Correspondent , 14 , Apr 2014


By Michael Chingarande Gunmen have killed 135 civilians in north east Nigeria since Wednesday, a senior official from the region has told the BBC. Borno state senator Ahmed Zannah said .. Read More →

Guinea Ebola Outbreak Under Control

By Correspondent , 14 , Apr 2014


By Rainos Mukanya Guinea Foreign Minister Francois Fall says his country has managed to bring the outbreak of the deadly Ebola virus under control. Speaking to reporters after meeting his .. Read More →

No Woman Should Cry

By Correspondent , 14 , Apr 2014


By Oscar Habeenzu No woman should cry – that is the objective of MUSASA Project. The organization was established in May 1988 in response to an increase in cases of .. Read More →

Dozens Die In Abuja Bus Station Blasts

By Correspondent , 14 , Apr 2014


By Michael Chingarande Dozens of people have been killed in two blasts that rocked a crowded bus station on the outskirts of Nigeria's capital, Abuja, officials say. The blast happened .. Read More →

Moroccan Women In Gender Equality March

By Correspondent , 14 , Apr 2014


Rabat - Moroccan women totalling approximately 800 took to the streets in the capital Rabat on Sunday demanding a constitutional guarantee of gender equality in the Kingdom. The march began .. Read More →