Gay rights advocates in Zimbabwe say laws in country present something of a Catch-22 for LGBT community
'... I have directed an immediate suspension of the tariff increases that were effected two days ago, to the dismay of many mobile phone users.'
A cholera outbreak killed more than 4,000 between 2008 and 2009
Key regulars refuse to join team for Africa Cup of Nations tournament
President-elect given two-page synopsis of information on Friday, when he also was given a classified briefing on alleged Russian interference in US presidential election
The Zimbabwe Warriors are in Group B in the AFCON finals and are set to clash with Algeria in their first Group B match at the Stade de Franceville.
All food vendors operating within the Harare Metropolitan area have been urged to temporarily cease operations.
Court not convening to hear Yahya Jammeh’s challenge to December’s election results
"... I wish to advise my fellow citizens to stop this. Try to get some proper documents and use the normal channels if you want to come to South Africa.”
Late Thursday, President Robert Mugabe’s government confirmed that it exported 35 elephants last month, despite having earlier dismissed the reports by the Zimbabwe Conservation Task Force
ECOWAS bloc has said it will act to uphold result of December 1 election, in which President Yahya Jammeh lost but later said he would not step down
“Our governments and leadership are there to protect the vulnerable, to serve the people; not to be the cause of the people’s suffering and retrogression.