President Robert Mugabe drew criticism from opponents over his 92nd birthday celebrations that has cost nearly $1 million.
Fewsnet warns of a serious food security crisis in southern Africa starting because of the poor rainfall patterns
The mission of UN secretary-general, Ban Ki-moon, and five AU leaders in Burundi this week must be to get human rights monitors ...
In Uganda, civil society organisations are now alert to demanding women’s health care rights, writes Moses Mulumba
Joice Mujuru, who was a popular vice-president until she was sacked, has taken the first step to form a new political party.
Mystery surrounds the discovery of a body on a US freighter, which landed at Harare airport stuffed with SA Rands
Joice Mujuru was a popular vice-president and a natural successor to Robert Mugabe until she was sacked two years ago
Former Zanu-PF MP, Temba Mliswa, has suggested that Zimbabwe’s first lady, Grace Mugabe, is mentally unstable
Six crew members of a US cargo plane, which was carrying a consignment for the SA Reserve Bank, were arrested in Harare after ...
NGO resists move to US zoos
Food aid for millions hit by the worst drought in 50 years will run out in April unless donors provide more funds, Save the Children said.
Libya needs to form a unified government before international intervention against IS fighters in the North African country, Egypt's FM said.
2.8 million Malawians, or 17%, face hunger, write Ed Stoddard and Mabvuto Banda
Zimbabwe war veterans have publicly said they want two powerful members of Zanu-PF, both close to First Lady Grace Mugabe, ...
Congolese troops killed two UN peacekeepers after civilians accused the Tanzanian UN troops of providing supplies to Islamist Ugandan rebels.