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Kenyatta Partially Excused From War Crimes Court

By Correspondent , 19 , Oct 2013


The Hague (AFP) - The International Criminal Court on Friday partially excused Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta from his upcoming crimes against humanity trial in order for him to fulfil his .. Read More →

Nigeria Among The 5 Newly Elected UN Security Council Members

By Takudzwa Mashumba , 18 , Oct 2013


By Takudzwa Mashumba Nigeria, Saudi Arabia, Chad, Lithuania and Chile are the newly elected five members of the United Nations Security Council. The five candidates endorsed but the regional groups .. Read More →

Ballotelli Might Miss Barcelona Clash

By Correspondent , 17 , Oct 2013


AC Milan star Mario Balotelli may not be able to face Barcelona in the Champions League after picking up an injury on international duty. The 23-year-old striker was on target .. Read More →

Zimbabwe`s Prophet Makandiwa Launches TV Station

By Best Masinire , 17 , Oct 2013


Zimbabwe’s United Families International (UFI) leader, Prophet Emmanuel Makandiwa who recently launched a news paper, on Wednesday launched a new television station called Christ TV. The television station which is .. Read More →

Gambian Journalist Gives False Information After 23 Days In Detention

By Correspondent , 17 , Oct 2013


After 23 days in detention without a charge, popular television broadcaster, Ms Fatou Camara, has been charged before a Magistrate Court in the capital, Banjul. She is charged with two .. Read More →

Nottingham GP Surgery Under Investigation For Prescription Fraud

By Correspondent , 17 , Oct 2013


By Nottingham Post A FRAUD probe involving prescriptions has been launched at a doctors' surgery in Notts. Police have confirmed that they are investigating allegations of fraud connected with Netherfield .. Read More →

Charles Taylor Commences Prison Sentence In The UK

By Eugene Majuru , 17 , Oct 2013


The convicted war criminal and former Liberian President Charles Taylor 65 is serving his 50-year jail term in Britain for war crimes and assisting rebels in the civil war which .. Read More →

Capoiera Dance Takes Africa By Storm

By Michael chingarande , 16 , Oct 2013


A dancing style called Capoeira folha Seca which originated in Brazil has just landed in Zimbabwe and is spreading across Africa like a veld fire. It has so far reached .. Read More →

Upcoming Ngwenga To Perform At Zim October Music Festival

By Best Masinire , 15 , Oct 2013


Harare based upcoming jazz outfit, Ngwenga, is this Friday set to perform at Book Café at the rebranded October World Music Festival which kicked off in Zimbabwe last Friday. [caption .. Read More →