PORT-AU-PRINCE, January 23, 2010 - Cash became available and buses started running in Haiti's rubble-clogged capital on Friday but there was still not enough food to feed desperate earthquake survivors
ANTANANARIVO, January 23, 2010 - Madagascar's leader Andry Rajoelina has snubbed the African Union's top diplomat, again rejecting calls for a consensus government to be formed without delay to resolve
ABUJA, January 23, 2010 - Nigeria's cabinet will decide within 14 days whether President Umaru Yar'Adua is fit enough to govern Africa's most populous nation after a two-month absence for
Guruve, January 23, 2010 - Stray lions have forced 50 Guruve families to flee their homes amid reports that three people have already been fatally attacked by the predators.
Harare, January 23, 2010 â€“ The University of Zimbabwe is seeking USD 400 000 to renovate its halls of residence and kitchens which have been closed since 2006.
Harare, January 22, 2010 â€“ The widow of the late veteran nationalist, Leopold Takawira who died last week and buried at the national Heroes Acre this week died in abject
PORT-AU-PRINCE, January 22, 2010 - Shops began to reopen in Haiti's capital on Thursday as the hunt for trapped survivors from the killer earthquake wound down and efforts intensified to
Harare, January 22, 2010 - Talks to resolve outstanding issues delaying full implementation of the Global Political Agreement (GPA) ended in deadlock on Wednesday night amid revelations that Zanu PF
Harare, January 22, 2010 â€“ A Zanu PF activist has warned Finance Minister Tendai Biti of â€œwarâ€ if he releases money for the land audit.
Chimanimani - Chief Ringisai Chikukwa of Chikukwa communal lands in Chimanimani is leading a group of traditional leaders in the area who are pushing for the return of MDC Deputy