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Major Breakthrough In HIV Prevention

Published: April 16, 2014

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Eileen Shim| Polymic|Researchers have just made a breakthrough discovery in HIV prevention, and it all has to do with the vagina. The vagina contains a symbiotic population of good bacteria that feed on the vaginal skin and in exchange keep out bad bacteria and other contagions. Now, researchers believe that this physical and chemical barrier may be […]


Summer Fiesta UK Tour To Feature 7 Zim Artists

Published: April 14, 2014

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UK music fans will be treated to some serious Zimbabwean music from May 2 to May 4 with seven artists flying from Zimbabwe scheduled to perform. Never before in Zimbabwe’s history has a UK show drawn seven top artists all in one. Digital One Promotions who spoke to this reporter on Saturday confirmed the artists […]


Masiyiwa in Africa’s Top 10 Donors’ List

Published: April 12, 2014

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NEW YORK – An estimated US$7 billion is given away every year by Africa’s philanthrocapitalists – at least the ones we know about. These are the men (sadly no women yet on this list) providing home-grown solutions to local needs. Francois van Niekerk, South Africa – The founder of Mertech Group gave 70 percent of […]


UK to Be Struck by African Desert Temperatures

Published: April 10, 2014

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The United Kingdom is set for a six-week African desert heatwave which shall go beyond 30C The local Met Office’s reports that following the wettest winter on record, summer is going to see temperatures soar above 20 degrees for the second half of April and May. The report reads: “Latest predictions for UK-mean temperature favour […]


Furious with Mugabe, Nigeria Recalls Zim Emissary

Published: April 10, 2014

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Africa’s most powerful economy, Nigeria, has been angered by President Robert Mugabe’s statements regarding its citizens. This has emerged following what the Head of State’s words to the effect that Nigeria’s citizens are corrupt. The Nigerian Federal Government on Thursday summoned the Zimbabwean Head of Chancery, Stanley Kunjeku, over remarks attributed to President Robert Mugabe, which depicted Nigerians as very corrupt […]


MH370 Tragedy: More Underwater Pings Heard

Published: April 9, 2014

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PERTH: A ship searching for the missing Malaysian jet has detected two more signals that are consistent with a plane’s black boxes, the Australian official in charge of the search said today. Angus Houston, the head of a joint agency coordinating the search for the missing plane in the southern Indian Ocean, said that the […]


Missing Plane MH370: Ship Detects Vital Signal In Ocean

Published: April 5, 2014

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A Chinese ship searching for the missing Malaysia Airlines flight 370 has detected a “pulse” signal, China’s Xinhua News Agency said. The signal discovered is reportedly being emitted on the same frequency as that used by black-box equipment. The update has yet to be confirmed by authorities.   It has now been four weeks since […]


UK: Air Quality Pollution Warning

Published: April 2, 2014

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ENGLAND – ‎The Meteorological Department has warned of severely poor air quality affecting England Wednesday and the next few days. East Anglia, the East Midlands, central and Southern England have warnings of “very high” levels of pollution while elsewhere in the country levels are set at moderate to low. This high level of pollution is […]


Jacob Zuma, Nkandla Disgrace and 2014 Elections

Published: April 2, 2014

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President Jacob Zuma did not steal public funds for Nkandla: COSATU says. The Nkandla SAGA spent R249, million of tax money, his security allocation as a President of the Country was R27, million. The difference between the two, R222, millions, this is what the President Jacob Zuma is required to pay back to the state […]


Zim Driver On The Run After Killing 4 in S.A.

Published: April 1, 2014

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DURBAN — South African police needed to act swiftly and arrest a Zimbabwean driver of a grader that killed four young cousins last week, mourners at the children’s funeral in Ndwedwe heard on Sunday. A representative of Aqua Transport and Plant Hire, the employers of the unidentified man, said he was in the country legally and had […]


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