Month: December 2017

Zimbabwe’s President Names Cabinet, Shuns Opposition

Zimbabwe’s new president appointed a cabinet that sees Patrick Chinamasa return as the southern African nation’s finance minister...

Cowboys’ roster more than enough to make run at playoffs

Cowboys' roster more than enough to make run at playoffs NFL.comDez Bryant passes Bob Hayes, sets Cowboys record...

Pakistan attack: Gunmen storm Peshawar training college

Several people are reported to be injured after gunmen stormed a college in the Pakistani city of Peshawar.At...

Kenya/Zimbabwe: Musonye Blasts ‘Broke’ Zimbabwe for Skipping Tourney

By Nahashon MusunguCecafa secretary general Nicholas Musonye has blasted Zimbabwe in the wake of the country's abrupt withdrawal...

Updated: Roy Moore tweet to Jimmy Kimmel: ‘If you want to mock Christian values…do it man to man’

Updated at 11:11 p.m.: Jimmy Kimmel spent the majority of his opening monologue on his late-night show Jimmy...

Nigeria: Just in – Nigerian Universities Set for Fresh Crisis As Naat, Nasu, SSANU Commence Strike

By Azeezat AdedigbaThe non-academic staff unions of Nigerian universities have resumed their suspended strike. The unions, members of...

Trump calls Kate Steinle verdict “disgraceful”

President Trump tweeted there was a "disgraceful verdict" after a Mexican man was found not guilty of murder...

Mnangagwa names his first Cabinet

By AFPMore by this Author Zimbabwe's new president named his first Cabinet Thursday, appointing two senior military officers...

49ers’ Eric Reid says NFL’s $89 million social justice commitment is ‘a charade’

On Thursday morning, it was reported that the NFL had come to an agreement with the Players Coalition...

Uganda:Traffic Boss Warns Motorists Over Speeding Ahead of Festive Season – AllAfrica.com

The Director of traffic Dr Steven Kasiima has cautioned motorists against telephoning him or any of his traffic...

Today’s Birthday: Winston Churchill – Infoplease

Educated at Harrow and Sandhurst, he became an officer in the 4th hussars. On leave in 1895, he...