Harare - Zimbabwe music fans will on January 31 have the opportunity to watch their music stars in action both on the field of soccer and on the stage.
Harare - Zimbabwe police chief Augustine Chihuri faces a US$5 million lawsuit from five trade union officials who are claiming damages for unlawful arrest and detention.
Harare - The facilitator in the inter-party dialogue between Zanu PF and the two formations of the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC), South African President Jacob Zuma is reportedly now
Dakar, January 17, 2010 - A spokesperson for Senegal's president says the country is ready to offer land to Haitians who want to â€œreturn to their originsâ€.
Maputo - Mozambican President Armando Guebuza was sworn-in for a second five-year term Thursday after he and the ruling party Frelimo won a landslide election victory last year.
Cape Town - Zimbabwean Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai must be flexible in demanding the removal of some officials to help talks aimed at saving a power-sharing accord with President
Harare - Teachers in Harare's schools were on Friday reportedly not conducting any lessons despite this week giving government a notice, through their unions, of intention to strike in
Harare - The death toll of children belonging to members of the Johanne Apostolic Church members in Manicaland Zimbabwe has reached alarming proportions with 35 children dead so far as
Johannesburg - Southern African leaders urged the international community on Thursday to reject plans by Madagascar's military-backed Andry Rajoelina to ignore power-sharing talks and hold an election.
PORT-AU-PRINCE - Tens of thousands of people were feared dead on Wednesday in Haiti's catastrophic earthquake, buried beneath demolished schools, hospitals and homes, as traumatized citizens milled in streets strewn