Zimbabwe is on the brink of implosion, and the burning of warehouses at Beit Bridge was just the beginning.
Human rights activists are demanding an urgent probe in Kenya into last week's murder of three men, including a human rights activists.
Amnesty International on Monday called for an independent investigation after police in Zimbabwe cracked down on a public transport sector strike.
The United Nations Population Fund and Nailab are targeting entrepreneurs for their ideas on providing sex education through ...
Police in Harare fired tear gas, water cannons and warning shots during riots by minibus drivers and others protesting alleged police harassment.
A search vessel has recovered all mapped human remains under water at the crash site of EgyptAir Flight MS804.
Tensions at Beit Bridge border post between Zimbabwe and SA reached boiling point over a Zim ban on importing basic South African goods.
The home affairs department is monitoring the situation at the Beitbridge port of entry between SA and Zimbabwe following violent disruptions.
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Zimbabwe's largest border post and gateway to SA was under siege as thousands of citizens blocked entry into the country.
Across the Central African Republic, up to 30 children die every day due to malnutrition, according to aid organisation Action Against Hunger.
Fifteen wives of Lesotho soldiers, detained for their role in planning an alleged mutiny, are lobbying for international intervention.
Investigators are one step closer to discovering why EgyptAir Flight MS804 crashed en route from Paris to Cairo.
Six gay men in Ivory Coast were abused and forced to flee their homes for showing support for the Orlando shooting victims.
A high school teacher in Equatorial Guinea has been sacked for taking bribes from students to give them pass marks.