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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 →

Tout Opens Parly Door, As ZANU PF Claims Chikanga – Dangamvura In Landslide

By Correspondent , 21 , Jun 2015


By Donald Nyarota. MUTARE, Zimbabwe. (News Of The South) - Zanu (PF) manages to wrestle away Chikanga-Dangamvura seat from MDC, as local maverick businessman cum politician romps to a landslide .. Read More →

Sanganai World Travel Expo Opens

By Correspondent , 21 , Jun 2015


By Richmore Tera. Harare. (News Of The South) - This year's edition of the Zimbabwe's Sanganai/ Hlanganani - World Tourism Expo opened Thursday here on a promising note with exhibitors .. Read More →

China’s Women’s Football Coach Banished From Game Against Cameroon

By Correspondent , 20 , Jun 2015


Edmonton (Canada) - China coach Hao Wei has been banished from the sidelines for his team's last 16 clash against Cameroon in the Women's World Cup on Saturday. Hao was .. Read More →

The Kwacha Continues To Fall

By Correspondent , 19 , Jun 2015


The kwacha has continued to lose ground against the US dollar and other major currencies on the back of decreased sales of foreign exchange on the market, rising demand, lower .. Read More →

Swearing At Someone Using WhatsApp Can Get You In Prison In The United Arab Emirates

By Correspondent , 18 , Jun 2015


The country has introduced severe penalties for people caught swearing online, including jail sentences and fines of up to £43,000 whatsapp-United-Arab-Emirates-main.jpg Careful what you message: Using WhatsApp for swearing could .. Read More →

Zimbabwe`s Cosmetology To Undergo Surgery

By Correspondent , 18 , Jun 2015


By Wallace Mawire. Harare. (News Of The South) The Cosmetic Association of Zimbabwe (CAZ) has been relaunched with a mandate to revive standards and see the sector contributing to economic .. Read More →