Millions of Zimbabweans living in SA 'must help resolve conflict back home' – ANC

2019-01-22 20:04

The ANC has called upon the millions of Zimbabweans who had made South Africa their home to get involved in turning around their country.

WATCH: Botswana's ex-leader Ian Khama shows off some football skills

2018-06-27 12:30

A video of retired former Botswana president Ian Khama in a soccer match, has emerged on social media, with many marvelling at the lifestyle he has chosen after leaving the higher office of the land.

Lourenco: Ex-general poised to be Angola's next leader

2017-08-21 18:31

The likely next president of Angola, Joao Lourenco, is a ruling-party loyalist and former general who endured several years out of favour after he angled for the top job in the 1990s.

Malawi's Mutharika introduces new law in sex crimes crackdown

2016-07-28 11:59

Malawian President Peter Mutharika has announced the introduction of tougher legislation against sex offenders, in a crackdown on sex crimes in the country.

Namibian MP calls for increase in President Geingob's salary

2016-05-13 12:30

A member of parliament from Namibia's ruling Swapo party, Rosa Karaya has called for an increase to President Hage Geingob's salary.

Angry river god blamed for parched Kariba

2015-10-28 20:35

Could an angry river god be to blame for Lake Kariba's desperately low water levels? Traditional chiefs on both sides of the lake believe this might just be the case.

Moz forces accused of attacks on Renamo

2014-03-06 17:27

Mozambique’s main opposition party and former rebel movement, Renamo, has accused government forces of attacking its positions in the central province of Sofala.


'If you're not happy, don't pay rates,' Zim VP Chiwenga tells citizens

2018-07-03 10:07

An advocacy water group says Chiwenga's remarks are just slogans from another politician trying to gain political points as the country heads towards elections.

'Mnangagwa protecting looters, we have list,' says opposition leader

2018-03-27 10:00

MDC presidential hopeful Nelson Chamisa claims to be in possession of a list of companies that are allegedly guilty of stashing hundreds of millions of dollars overseas and have links with President Emmerson Mnangagwa.

Top Africa stories: Zim, Somalia, Nigeria

2017-05-25 07:33

HRW says villagers on Grace Mugabe farm were 'beaten on soles of their feet by Zimbabwe's riot police, and Nigeria has seized an illegal arms shipment.

MDC thanks Zimbabweans for 'a resoundingly successful stay away'

2016-07-07 12:56

Zimbabwe’s main opposition party the Movement for Democratic Change has thanked thousands of Zimbabwean for staging a "resoundingly successful" stay away.

Zim war vets to meet after attack by riot police

2016-03-01 13:03

Zimbabwean war veterans are set to meet again after they were tear-gassed and beaten up at a gathering in Harare a few weeks ago, a report says.

Madagascar court blocks bid to oust president

2015-06-13 16:02

Madagascar's constitutional court has rejected as invalid a decision by parliament to oust President Hery Rajaonarimampianina, giving him another chance to lead the island nation's shaky government.

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