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Corruption At Beitbridge Border Post Fuelling Child Migration

By Correspondent , 25 , Jun 2015


By Thomas Madhuku, Harare. (News Of The South) - Worsening poverty levels in Zimbabwe have seen an increase in the number children between the ages of 12 and 18 crossing .. Read More →

Tenth Anniversary For International Widows Day

By Correspondent , 24 , Jun 2015


As INTERNATIONAL Widows Day celebrates its 10th anniversary (Jun 23), a leading Lord has called on the United Nations (UN) to do more to help some of the world’s most .. Read More →

Former Big Brother Africa’s Elikem Pays $25,000 Bridal Price For Pokello

By Correspondent , 24 , Jun 2015


GHANAIAN Elikem Kumordzi has confirmed completing traditional marriage formalities for his Zimbabwean girlfriend, Pokello Nare, at the weekend. Elikem told Ghanaian media that he paid Lobola for his Zimbabwean girlfriend .. Read More →

Thousands Of Foreign Nurses Working In The UK Could Be Forced To Leave

By Correspondent , 23 , Jun 2015


THOUSANDS of foreign nurses working in junior posts in the UK could be forced to return home under new immigration rules, union leaders have warned. A new pay threshold for .. Read More →

Manicaland Dairy Industry In Dire Stress

By Correspondent , 23 , Jun 2015


By Donald Nyarota. MUTARE. (News Of The South) – The eastern region is currently contributing at least 18 percent of national monthly raw milk output despite suffering a 25 percent .. Read More →

Zimbabwe Participates In World Peace Tour

By Correspondent , 22 , Jun 2015


By Pretty Chavango. Harare.(News Of The South) - Zimbabwe joined more than 120 countries in marking this year’s World peace tour hosted by the Universal Peace Federation in the capital .. Read More →

Africa’s Fight Against Ebola Proves It Is Possible To Work Together

By Correspondent , 22 , Jun 2015


With Liberia declared Ebola free and the infection slowly being contained in Sierra Leone and Guinea, The Voice speaks to Dr Olawale Maiyegun, director of social affairs at the African .. Read More →

Crackdown On Social Media Crime Commences

By Correspondent , 22 , Jun 2015


Kampala. Inspector General of Police Kale Kayihura has established a cybercrime unit and appointed its head, days after President Museveni warned about misuse of cyberspace to incite hatred and tribalism. .. Read More →

SAMA Festival Featuring Tuku, Tocky Vibes And Jah Prayzah Kicks Off In London

By Eugene Majuru , 21 , Jun 2015


THE long awaited UK Southern Africa Summer Arts Festival (SAMA) featuring Zimbabwean superstar duo of Oliver 'Tuku' Mtukudzi, Tocky Vibes and Jah Prayzah took off with a bang at the .. Read More →

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