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Zambia`s 10 Year Olds Getting Married In Exchange For Cattle

By Correspondent , 28 , Jan 2014

Parents in Chief Chikanta’s area of Kalomo district in the Southern Province of Zambia are marrying off their young daughters, some as young as 10, in exchange for cattle, reports .. Read More →

Man Caught Pants Down With Dog

By Correspondent , 28 , Jan 2014

By Masimba Mukichi In a bizarre incident in the United Kingdom`s Milton Keynes, a destitute man was caught having sex with his dog outside a church in broad daylight. Robert .. Read More →

Masvingo Queens Sent To Prison

By Correspondent , 28 , Jan 2014

By Martin Muleya (recently in Masvingo) Mutare Zimbabwe prison service women soccer outfit, Tenax queens carved their way into the history books when they stormed into the ongoing Netone knockout .. Read More →

Bruce Springsteen Performs In South Africa First Time – Honours Mandela

By Correspondent , 27 , Jan 2014

Cape Town (AFP) - Rocker Bruce Springsteen and his E Street Band wowed fans on Sunday night opening their first concert in South Africa with a rousing tribute to the .. Read More →

Early Elections For Egypt

By Hilda Desai , 27 , Jan 2014

Egypt is to have early presidential elections likely to anoint the general who overthrew Islamist president Mohamed Morsi, as the country reeled after a weekend that saw dozens die. The .. Read More →

Ghana In CHAN Semi Finals

By Correspondent , 27 , Jan 2014

By Rainos Mukanya (News Of The South) - Kwabena Edusei's 68th minute penalty was enough to earn the Black Stars of Ghana a fortunate win over the DRC and with .. Read More →

Case Medical Centre Sued Over Baby Death

By Correspondent , 27 , Jan 2014

Kampala- A couple has dragged Case Medical Centre in Kampala to court, accusing its workers of declaring their newborn baby dead whereas it was still alive. The couple says medical .. Read More →

South Sudan Ceasefire"Shaky": Norwegian Foreign Minister

By Takudzwa Mashumba , 27 , Jan 2014

Foreign Minister of Norway in an interview Sunday morning said the two day ceasefire in South Sudan is still firmly not in place. "We see a very shaky ceasefire that .. Read More →

21 Tourists Die As Boat Capsizes

By Takudzwa Mashumba , 27 , Jan 2014

(News Of The South) - A tourist boat capsized off India's remote Andaman and Nicobar Islands on Sunday afternoon leaving 21 dead as rescuers continue to search for the feared .. Read More →