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
Harare - Zimbabwe's women claim that the Short Term Emergency Recovery programme (STERP), aimed at improving the economy, actually made them "poorer", Radio VOP can reveal.
Durban - Bafana Bafana will play Zimbabwe in an international friendly on January 27 at the Moses Mabhida Stadium in Durban.
Pretoria - Civil rights group AfriForum on Wednesday won a court bid to sue Zimbabwe over its "cruel" and "revengeful" possession of South African owned farms.
Cape Town - "It came from below and grabbed the man. Part of his body was gone," said a woman who watched in horror as a shark ripped apart a
Harare - A four month tour of the United States last year has paid off for local musical group, Mbira dze Muninga, after they successfully produced five albums which