ARTICLES RELATING TO SOUTHERN AFRICA

Zim police charge #ThisFlag leader for 'disorderly conduct in a public place'

31 minutes ago

Zimbabwe police arrested prominent protest pastor and anti-government campaigner Evan Mwawire after he spoke to a group of striking medical students, his family and lawyer have said.

Zim gets Chinese buy-in for Vic Falls 'Disneyland' project: report

2017-06-26 15:15

In a development likely to get conservationists worried, Zimbabwe has signed an agreement with Chinese investors to develop its 'Disneyland in Africa' concept near the prime resort of Victoria Falls.

SA 'sides' with DRC on investigation into Kasai killings

2017-06-26 09:27

South Africa has chosen to side with the DRC on its investigation into violence in its Kasai province, which has seen hundreds of people being killed in the past 10 months and at least 1.3 million displaced.

Man jailed after 'barging' into Mugabe security briefing

2017-06-26 06:02

A Zimbabwean man, 29, who posed as a secret agent where top security officials were holding a briefing before President Robert Mugabe's recent rally in Mutare, has been jailed for two months, a report says.

Social media reacts to Zuma, Kabila meeting

2017-06-25 17:56

Social media users have taken to Twitter to air their disapproval of the Democratic Republic of Congo President Joseph Kabila's visit to South Africa.

DRC's Kabila 'still has a friend in SA', says Zuma

2017-06-25 14:07

President Jacob Zuma has made it clear that his counterpart from the Democratic Republic of Congo, Joseph Kabila, still has a friend in South Africa, despite concern about violence in the central African country.

$500m unexplained Mozambique govt spending: prosecutor

2017-06-24 19:59

Mozambican officials have launched an investigation after an audit raised questions over $500 million of secret government loans, the country's prosecutor's office has said.

Angola expels 8 000 Congolese fleeing violence, UN says

2017-06-24 16:10

The United Nations says Angola has expelled more than 8 000 Congolese who entered the southern African country while fleeing deadly violence at home.

WATCH: Traffic cops assault man at roadside in full view of motorists

2017-06-24 12:02

A short video has emerged on social media of Zimbabwean traffic cops assaulting a man at the side of a busy suburban road.

WATCH: Heavily armed Zim riot cops evict white farmer in 'fresh land grabs'

2017-06-24 07:52

Heavily armed Zimbabwean riot police this week besieged the property of a white commercial farmer, Robert Smart outside Rusape town and forcefully evicted him from his farm.

 

BREAKING: Zim's #ThisFlag leader arrested for 'praying with students'

2017-06-26 17:03

Police have arrested ThisFlag leader Evan Mawarire as he prayed with University of Zimbabwe medical students, who were holding a protest over a recent fees hike.

Mugabe govt 'to repossess farms from unproductive land reform beneficiaries'

2017-06-26 10:39

The Zimbabwean government is reportedly repossessing farms from "unproductive land reform beneficiaries and redistributing it to land-hungry Zimbabweans".

Zim ruling Zanu-PF party MP goes on trial for illegally possessing pangolin

2017-06-26 08:06

A ruling Zanu-PF party member of parliament has gone on trial in Zimbabwe on charges of illegally possessing a pangolin.

Man, 22, found with human head, male private parts - reports

2017-06-25 19:57

A Zimbabwean man, 22, has been arrested after being found in possession of a human head and male private parts in what is a suspected ritual murder case.

Nkoana-Mashabane likens 'pressure' on DRC to that 'placed' on ANC

2017-06-25 16:02

International Relations and Co-operation Minister Maite Nkoana-Mashabane has pledged SA's support to government leaders of the DRC, as the central African country is going through its "political transition".

Kabila meets with Zuma amid protest threats

2017-06-25 12:15

President Jacob Zuma is meeting with DRC President Joseph Kabila in Pretoria, amid threats of protests by DRC citizens over election delays in the country.

UPDATE: Zim police clash with farm-workers, 'over a dozen' held in 'fresh land grabs'

2017-06-24 16:10

Zimbabwean police have clashed with workers at a farm that was seized by police this week to pave way for a top cleric, Trevor Manhanga, who has links to President Robert Mugabe's ruling Znu-PF party.

Namibia buries leader who campaigned against apartheid

2017-06-24 14:04

Namibians have gathered for a state funeral for Herman Andimba Toivo ya Toivo, an independence leader who was jailed during South Africa's era of white minority rule.

Congolese threaten to disrupt Zuma, Kabila meeting in Pretoria

2017-06-24 10:02

Members of the Congolese community in South Africa are threatening to disrupt a state visit by President Joseph Kabila because, they say, he is no longer legally in power in the DRC.

Zimbabwe VP pledges 'free and fair' election in 2018

2017-06-23 20:29

Zimbabwe's Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa has pledged that next year's elections will be peaceful, "free and fair" despite opposition concerns about electoral interference.

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