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12 days ago
Zambian police arrest opposition protesters
Zambian police arrest opposition protesters

Zambian police have arrested 133 people protesting against the re-election of President Edgar Lungu.

12 days ago
DRC yellow fever could go global, charity warns
DRC yellow fever could go global, charity warns

A yellow fever outbreak fever that has killed hundreds in central Africa could spread, an international children's charity says.

12 days ago
Riots after Lungu wins Zambian elections
Riots after Lungu wins Zambian elections

Supporters of opposition leader Hakainde Hichilema started rioting to the south of the country after tensions rose over his ...

13 days ago
Zambia poll: Hichilema alleges irregularities
Zambia poll: Hichilema alleges irregularities

President Edgar Lungu is leading in Zambia's presidential electio, but his main rival wants a recount in a key district.

15 days ago
Lungu takes narrow early lead in poll
Lungu takes narrow early lead in poll

President Edgar Lungu took the lead over his main rival in early counting from Zambia's presidential election.

15 days ago
Zambian man held for snatching ballot papers
Zambian man held for snatching ballot papers

A man who snatched three ballot papers and bolted from a poling station in the Lusaka area has been arrested.

16 days ago
Zambia awaits election result after tense campaign
Zambia awaits election result after tense campaign

Zambians waited on Friday for presidential election results that may trigger disputes after violence-tinged campaigns.

16 days ago
Zimbabwe protest pastor to take #ThisFlag to US
Zimbabwe protest pastor to take #ThisFlag to US

Zimbabwe's Pastor Evan Mawarire says he is travelling to the US to consider his next move. [VIDEO]

16 days ago
Zim pastor says Mugabe’s downfall imminent
Zim pastor says Mugabe’s downfall imminent

Pastor Phillip Mugadza says God has answered his prayers for President Robert Mugabe’s three and a half decade rule to end.

17 days ago
Zambians defy fears to hold peaceful polls
Zambians defy fears to hold peaceful polls

A peaceful atmosphere has characterized the voting process in Zambia, unlike in the run up to the election day which was marred by violence.

17 days ago
Zambia elections: democracy on the precipice
Zambia elections: democracy on the precipice

Danielle Resnick takes a look at the run-up to the Zambian elections, which has been marked by worrying electoral violence.

17 days ago
Zambia braced for bruising election
Zambia braced for bruising election

Zambian President Edgar Lungu and his main rival - Hakainde Hichilema - are both confident of outright victory.

17 days ago
We know what happened to Itai Dzamara: brother
We know what happened to Itai Dzamara: brother

The brother of missing Zimbabwe activist Itai Dzamara said the family had no doubt in their minds that Itai was abducted ...

18 days ago
Mogadishu gets first US ambassador in over 25 years
Mogadishu gets first US ambassador in over 25 years

The United States has appointed its first ambassador to Somalia since the closing its embassy following the overthrow of ...

18 days ago
Body found in search for missing Burundian journalist
Body found in search for missing Burundian journalist

Two decomposed bodies have been discovered in the part of Burundi where a journalist Jean Bigirimana disappeared.