OUAGADOUGOU - Guinea's ruling military junta has appointed veteran opposition politician Jean-Marie Dore as prime minister, a source close to the junta said on Tuesday.
PORT-AU-PRINCE - The pace of food and medical aid deliveries picked up in earthquake-shattered Haiti, providing some hope to desperate survivors, but doctors worried disease would be the next big
Harare - Zimbabwe will seek highly indebted poor country status to have its $6 billion international debt cancelled to help spur economic growth, Finance Minister Tendai Biti said on Monday.
Masvingo - Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) provincial chairman for Masvingo Wilstaff Sitimere was arrested on Tuesday morning for yet unknown charges, although family members speculated that it could be
Chiredzi - Zanu PF Minister of Infrastructure and Communication, Nicholas Goche's son, Kudzai (25) on Monday appeared before a Chiredzi magistrate on allegations of defrauding a sugar processing concern
Harare - Only a quarter of Zimbabweans still support President Robert Mugabe, a top US poll has revealed.
Harare - President Robert Mugabe on Monday said Zimbabwe is willing to have foreign investors in the country to invest and develop the country but only as "partners."
LUBANGO - Substitute Mohamadou Idrissou scored a late goal to earn Cameroon a 3-2 victory over Zambia on Sunday and their first points of the African Nations Cup finals.
Harare - Three members of Women and Men of Zimbabwe Arise (WOZA) including a journalist were on Monday arrested in Harare after marching to the Ministry of Education to
Harare - Artist for Democracy in Zimbabwe Trust (ADZT) director and senior freelance journalist Stanley Kwenda last week fled the country after he was allegedly phoned and threatened with death