ARTICLES RELATING TO SOUTHERN AFRICA

Mugabe University would be a 'monument of Zimbabwean injustice' - activists

40 minutes ago

Activists in Zimbabwe have ridiculed plans to build a Robert Mugabe University, adding that naming an education institution after the veteran leader would be "palpably unfair and a monument of Zimbabwean injustice".

Mugabe's 'undiplomatic angry outbursts against other world leaders killed Zim', says Mujuru

2017-05-22 08:02

Former Zimbabwean vice president Joice Mujuru has reportedly taken a swipe at her former boss President Robert Mugabe, saying that he was responsible for all the problems currently faced by Zimbabwe.

Schoolgirl 'rises, from the dead', police investigating

2017-05-21 15:32

Police in Malawi are investigating a case in which a schoolgirl was said to have risen from the dead, reports say.

SA hunter 'trampled to death by elephants in Zimbabwe': Report

2017-05-21 12:17

Zimbabwe's national wildlife authority has confirmed the death of a South African hunter killed by elephants near Hwange in the west of the country this weekend, a report says.

Mugabe's off AGAIN... and this time it's Mexico

2017-05-20 18:00

Seems incredible but it's true: President Robert Mugabe is on another foreign trip, this time to Mexico, state media says.

Lesotho PM Mosisili must sign election pledge, churches demand

2017-05-20 12:30

The Christian Council of Lesotho has reportedly demanded that Prime Minister Pakalithi Mosisili and his deputy Mothetjoa Metsing sign a pledge to accept the outcome of the upcoming general election.

Mugabe 'blocked adoption of SA rand', says former finance minister

2017-05-20 10:00

Zimbabwean former finance minister Tendai Biti has reportedly disclosed how President Robert Mugabe blocked the adoption of the South African rand as the country's official currency in 2010.

WATCH: Video of Mugabe, 93, struggling to climb small staircase goes viral

2017-05-19 11:30

A video showing Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe struggling to climb a small staircase at the National Heroes's Acre in Harare has gone viral.

'It's a non-issue': Minister pooh-poohs Air Zimbabwe Europe ban

2017-05-19 06:05

Zimbabwe's transport minister has pooh-poohed news that the national carrier has been banned from Europe, arguing that only two planes are affected, a report says.

SA deports at least 300 Malawi illegal immigrants – report

2017-05-18 11:04

South Africa has deported at least 300 Malawian citizens, who had been living in the country without proper documents, a report says.

 

Robert Mugabe still one of the 'hottest news stories' on African continent

2017-05-22 10:34

Robert Mugabe is still one of the hottest news stories on the African continent - and as he gets older that's unlikely to change.

Angolan apartheid troops battle to survive in SA

2017-05-22 06:23

Angolan soldiers recruited by South Africa's apartheid government to fight against their homeland now live in squalor, forgotten and unwanted.

No money to gamble at Zimbabwe's fading racecourse

2017-05-21 15:32

Once the preserve of the ruling white minority, horse racing in Zimbabwe adapted to survive independence in 1980 by attracting a loyal following of local fans who enjoyed a bet.

Body of girl, 5, found with private parts, tongue missing

2017-05-20 23:00

The body of a 5-year-old girl who went missing in April in Kasibo village under chief Hwange, Zimbabwe, was reportedly found with her private parts and tongue missing.

Germans 'keen to invest in Zim, but want security and policy clarity', says envoy

2017-05-20 14:00

Germany's ambassador to Zimbabwe has reportedly said that German businesses are playing a "wait-and-see game" before they can invest in the southern African country.

Top Africa stories: Mugabe, Bashir, Mali

2017-05-20 10:00

A video showing president Mugabe struggling to climb a small staircase a has gone viral, and Omar al-Bashir will not join an Islamic summit in Saudi Arabia with Donald Trump.

Rhino owners cry foul after poaching gang suspects get bail

2017-05-20 09:31

The rhino security community has expressed outrage after a Grahamstown High Court judge granted bail to three of South Africa’s most notorious rhino poaching suspects, the Ndlovu Gang, effectively releasing them from police custody.

Top Africa stories: Mugabe, DRC, Malawi

2017-05-19 08:15

Zimbabwe is set to build a new university in honour of president Mugabe, and SA has deported at least 300 Malawian citizens, who had been living illegally in the country.

Zim to build Robert Mugabe University... Would YOU send your child there?

2017-05-18 13:24

Authorities in Zimbabwe have begun the process of "setting up" a university in honour of President Robert Mugabe. The institution is being billed as a "smart" university likely to specialise in engineering.

'Excessive' spending by Mugabe government could fuel inflation: IMF

2017-05-18 10:00

The International Monetary Fund is warning that excessive spending by President Robert Mugabe’s government will worsen cash shortages and stoke inflation.

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