Footage of Zimbabwe police violence confirmed as genuine have made their way on to many social media and news sites.
Zimbabwean police have issued a warning to citizens planning a nationwide protest on Wednesday.
The Lesotho Times newspaper editor Lloyd Mutangamiri who was shot has been transferred from the capital Maseru to a hospital in Bloemfontein.
Zimbabwe's government warned protesters not to heed a call by a detained preacher to continue with the demonstrations against President Robert Mugabe.
"#ThisFlag" organiser and activist Pastor Evan Mawarire was arrested one day before the planned #ZimShutDown campaign.
Quiet fell on Juba after a ceasefire declaration appeared to halt, at least temporarily, four days of deadly gun battles in the city.
The ANC said it was concerned by civilian protests in Zimbabwe, which it labelled as "sponsored elements seeking regime change".
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One of the crucial events which is expected take place at the 27th AU Summit will be the election of a new AUC chairperson ...
Zim Pastor Evan Mawarire, who organised a shut-down last week, said on Twitter that police had charged him with inciting violence.
A Zanu PF legislator Munyaradzi Kereke was found guilty of raping his wife’s then 13-year-old niece at gunpoint in 2010.
The Zimbabwe Banks and Allied Workers Union has petitioned BancABC demanding that the bank write off loans given retrenched workers.
Rob Davies wants Zimbabwe to reverse a decision to ban imports of goods from the continent’s most-industrialised economy.
Latest outbreak of violence raises fears of a slide back into full-blown conflict in South Sudan.
Lloyd Mutungamiri, the editor of the Lesotho Times and Sunday Express newspapers, has been critically injured in Maseru.