Nairobi - African leaders have sent their people an alarming message by siding with Sudanese President Omar al-Beshir over his victims, Human Rights Watch (HRW) said in its annual
Harare â€“ The South African Government has made a formal complaint to the Zimbabwean government over farm invasions of farms owned by South Africans.
Harare - President Robert Mugabeâ€™s nephew Leo Mugabe is embroiled in a messy divorce wrangle which has exposed that he owns multiple farms, against the spirit of the Global
Bikita - Ten infants have died of measles in the past five days, health authorities here told Radio VOP on Wednesday.
Harare - Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai says there have been frustrations in the unity government but he is hopeful that 2010 is a year of delivery.
Harare - Zimbabwean women will hold urgent talks to decide their participation in the constitution writing process in which they are seeking equal representation.
LUANDA - Hosts Angola are not satisfied with reaching the knockout phase of the African Nations Cup and have targeted a place in the final.
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.