Trees contribute nearly a fifth of annual household income for families that grow them, but are rarely a focus of agricultural policy, researcher says
Tunisia slotted early goals to unsettle the Zimbabweans, who scored through Knoweldge Musona and Tendai Ndoro.
Adviser to President Adama Barrow tells reporters that before leaving country, former president stole $11 million from state coffers and had luxury cars shipped out by plane
Christian preachers hope to use football excitement to send out a message for peace
Ruling ZANU-PF retains rural Bikita West parliamentary constituency in by-election after its candidate polled 13,156 votes against 2,453 votes for Joice Mujuru's Zimbabwe People First
Newly elected President Adama Barrow earlier took refuge in nearby Senegal after predecessor refused to leave office
Women-organized rally denounces the new president's policies on immigration, the environment and women's rights
Hours after former leader Jammeh finally acquiesces to political exile, Adama Barrow says it is too soon to tell whether former president could face trial at International Criminal Court or elsewhere
The protesters had running battles with the police near Capitol Hill, Washington DC, where Mr. Trump took over from former president Barack Obama.
Betting, drinking, partying, it's all part of AFCON in Johannesburg
Zambia, Malawi and Zimbabwe are urging farmers to spray pesticides as the pest threatens crops like maize and rice
We must speak our minds openly, debate our disagreement honestly but always pursue solidarity. When America is united, America is totally unstoppable.”