Politics Posts

Zanzibar President Urges Action After Acid Attacks

By Eugene Majuru , 17 , Sep 2013


ZANZIBAR, Tanzania (AFP) - The president of Zanzibar has urged Islanders to mobilise in the wake of two attacks that have seen British tourists and a Catholic priest doused with .. Read More →

Miss Muslimah World Held In protest of Miss World Beauty Pageant

By Eugene Majuru , 17 , Sep 2013


The first Miss Muslimah World pageant is due to be held in Jakarta next week, Indonesia has the world`s largest Muslim population. Contestants for Miss Muslimah World will not be .. Read More →

Prince William No Longer In The British Forces

By editor , 13 , Sep 2013


Prince William has left the British armed forces after serving for seven years. Tuesday was William`s last shift. Prince William is the second in line to the throne, he is .. Read More →

Revise Secrecy Bill: Jacob Zuma

By Mildred Richards , 13 , Sep 2013


Jacob Zuma the South African President on Thursday sent a secrecy bill back to the lawmakers to rework “irrational “ clauses. This move is seen as a threat to investigative .. Read More →

HomeSteak In Battle With Midkwe, Kwekwe – Zimbabwe

By Albert Gaadzikwa , 13 , Sep 2013


A battle is ensuing between HomeSteak and Midkwe over the control of Chaka plant in Kwekwe. Reliable sources told our reporter that Homesteak won the court case in the High .. Read More →

Kwekwe will Soon Be A Desert

By Albert Gaadzikwa , 13 , Sep 2013


Competition is rife in mine compounds around kwekwe to construct pole and mud huts. People are indiscriminately cutting down trees in such a way that in years to come Kwekwe .. Read More →

US Dollar hard to get in Zimbabwe soon after elections.

By Albert Gaadzikwa , 13 , Sep 2013


The situation prevailing in the country soon after elections paints a gloomy picture of the ordinary people of Zimbabwe.Many companies scaled down their operations because most investors withheld their monies .. Read More →

Women in Zimbabwe charged $5 scream fee

By admin , 12 , Jul 2013


Corruption is so systemic in Zimbabwe that a local hospital charges mothers-to-be $5 every time they scream while giving birth. That’s according to an extensive new report from Transparency International .. Read More →

27 Students pregnant at a senior school in Ghana

By admin , 12 , Jul 2013


Reports emanating from Kpassa Senior High School in the Nkwanta North Dirstrict of the Volta Region, onto the editorial desk of Modern Ghana indicate that about 27 female students within .. Read More →

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