According to the state-controlled Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation, the late Dr. Hikwa was rushed to a local hospital after experiencing difficulties in breathing.
Voters were choosing between giving President Alpha Conde a second term, or replacing him with one of seven opposition challengers
Polls show Lukashenko winning 80 to 84 percent of the vote, which was monitored by envoys from the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe
President Alpha Conde running for second term against seven opposition candidates
Thousands of protesters chant in Ankara, saying state and government will be held to account
U.S Embassy Deputy Public Affairs Officer, Nikki Finnemann, said the program is expected to reach many Zimbabweans.
"To them the stomach hits first than any other thing… Maybe just intensity their skills in their environment and alert them to stop drug abuse."
World Health Organization says mentally ill account for 13 percent of global disease burden, and one-third of all health-related disability
The North Korean leader made the comment in an address at a massive military parade marking the country's 70th anniversary of the ruling Worker's Party
Men and women of all races and faiths were invited this year to the 20th anniversary reprise Saturday, themed 'Justice or Else!'
Biti says only a transitional authority can save Zimbabwe from worse situations like a coup, which he believes is possible as infighting in the ruling Zanu PF gets to unprecedented levels.
Sheffra Dzamara’s appeal comes exactly seven months on Friday after her husband was abducted in Harare’s Glen View high density suburb.