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Zimbabwean Athletics Coach Stanley Madiri Apponited England`s Sprints Coach For Bratislava Games

By Eugene Majuru , 24 , Jan 2015


London. (News Of The SOuth) - Former Zimbabwe athletics coach Stanley Madiri has been appointed England Sprints coach for the forthcoming Bratislava Games to be held from February 1. Those .. Read More →

Heavy Police Presence As Foreign Shop Owners Flee Soweto Violence

By Correspondent , 24 , Jan 2015


By Christine Tsotetsi. Soweto. (News Of The South) - Many foreigners have left Soweto township near South Africa's following attacks and looting of their shops this week. About 81 shops .. Read More →

Disgraced Former South African Police Boss Dies

By editor , 23 , Jan 2015


Johannesburg (News Of The South) - Jackie Selebi, South Africa's former police commissioner and once ANC official, Interpol president and diplomat died on Friday aged 64. "He passed on this .. Read More →

Murder And Magic In Tanzania As “Witchcraft” Killings Rise

By Correspondent , 23 , Jan 2015


By Erin Byrnes. Magu (Tanzania) - It was a hyena that killed the boy, but four elderly women got the blame. Villagers slashed them with machetes then set fire to .. Read More →

Sunshine City`s Uncollected Garbage, Potholes And High Fuel Prices Now A Nightmare

By Correspondent , 23 , Jan 2015


By Pretty Chavango. Harare, Zimbabwe. (News Of The South) - The once sunshine city has now turned into a sorry sight, with rubbish strewn all over, potholes filled with stagnant .. Read More →

Davos And Why It Matters For Africa

By Correspondent , 22 , Jan 2015


By Christine Tsotetsi. South Africa. (News Of the South) - The World Economic Forum in Davos brings together business leaders and public figures from across the world to build trust .. Read More →

Citizenship Granted To Muslim Man Who Hid Shoppers In Paris Siege

By Mildred Richards , 22 , Jan 2015


A 24 year old Muslim man Lassana Bathily who worked at a supermarket that was targeted by gunmen in the just ended siege in Paris was granted French citizenship in .. Read More →

Teachers Strike As New Term Begins

By Correspondent , 22 , Jan 2015


KAMPALA- Teachers have said they will, starting today, strike over government’s failure to remit Shs10b as part of President Museveni’s pledge to the teachers’ union. The announcement comes just a .. Read More →

Copacabana Terminus Faces Demolition

By Correspondent , 21 , Jan 2015


Zimbabwe. -HARARE City Council says it will next month demolish Copacabana commuter omnibus rank and build a state-of-the-art $20 million shopping mall that would accommodate banks and some of the .. Read More →