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Zimbabwe police detain veterans’ spokesman
Zimbabwe police detain veterans’ spokesman

Zimbabwe police have detained the spokesman of the veterans association that turned on President Mugabe last week.

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Defiant Mugabe vows to stay in power
Defiant Mugabe vows to stay in power

Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe blasts the war veterans who criticised his rule, saying they will be punished.

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Mugabe threatens ‘severe’ punishment for critics
Mugabe threatens ‘severe’ punishment for critics

Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe said the longtime loyalists who turned against him last week should face ‘severe’ punishment.

1 day ago
Man paid to have sex with young girls arrested
Man paid to have sex with young girls arrested

Malawi police have arrested an HIV-infected man who was paid to have sex with more than 100 adolescent girls as part of a traditional ritual.

2 days ago
#ThisFlag pastor toremain in SA
#ThisFlag pastor toremain in SA

Zimbabwean pastor Evan Mawarire has been joinedin South Africa by his family, and he says he is too nervous to return home.

3 days ago
‘Mugabe will be out by August 31’
‘Mugabe will be out by August 31’

Opposition MDC-T youths have declared that they will make sure Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe leaves office by August 31.

3 days ago
Zim activists demand apolitical reform
Zim activists demand apolitical reform

A group of prominent Zimbabweans hope to launch an apolitical ‘National Transitional Authority’ to run the country until ‘fair’ elections can be held.

3 days ago
Pastor chained, starved own son for ‘ritual’
Pastor chained, starved own son for ‘ritual’

A Nigerian pastor has been arrested after chaining his nine-year-old son in a room for several weeks with a padlock and denying him food.

3 days ago
Is Mugabe facing his Waterloo?
Is Mugabe facing his Waterloo?

Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe may be “facing his Waterloo” after his most loyal supporters, the veterans of the liberation war, abandoned him.

6 days ago
Kenya sentences ivory smuggler to 20 years
Kenya sentences ivory smuggler to 20 years

Ivory smuggling kingpin Feisal Ali Mohamme, was sentenced for the possession of more than 400 pieces of ivory worth almost half a million dollars.

6 days ago
Zambian prisoners not allowed to vote
Zambian prisoners not allowed to vote

No Zambian prisoners will be able to vote in the general elections set for August 11 as they are not covered by the voter registration exercise.

6 days ago
Zimbabwe war veterans turn on ‘dictator’ Mugabe
Zimbabwe war veterans turn on ‘dictator’ Mugabe

Zimbabwean war veterans have turned on their long-time ally President Robert Mugabe, describing him as a dictator.

6 days ago
Zimbabwe’s cash crisis deepens
Zimbabwe’s cash crisis deepens

Zimbabwe will pay July salaries for the army more than a week late - but teachers will only receive their wages next month.

7 days ago
Zimbabwe’s accidental anti-Mugabe hero
Zimbabwe’s accidental anti-Mugabe hero

With a Bible in one hand and an iPhone in the other, Evan Mawarire makes an unlikely adversary to Robert Mugabe.

8 days ago
Zanu PF Youth League threatens anti-Mugabe protesters
Zanu PF Youth League threatens anti-Mugabe protesters

Zanu PF Youth League National Commissar Innocent Hamandishe threatened to deal with anyone who dared publicly oppose Zimbabwean ...