“Tsvangirai said like everyone else he was mortal but regretted that naysayers had begun a desperate campaign to feed on his temporary indisposition by spreading alarm and despondency in the nation.”
Mr. Mugabe is expected to address the United Nations General Assembly, which kicks off on Tuesday.
Seven African nations have come under scrutiny for violating U.N. sanctions against North Korea, but most African countries engage in at least some trade with the reclusive East Asian regime
Police say arrest is 'significant' and are keeping an 'open mind' about others being involved
In a statement, Luke Tamborinyoka, presidential spokesperson and director of communications, said Tsvangirai is in a stable condition.
Country reportedly losing out on billions in revenue
The goal is to curb high dropout rates and grow the economy by investing in the nation's future workforce, but the policy has raised concerns of congestion
Illegally grown cocoa may be fueling climate change, destroying protected forests and threatening elephants, chimpanzees and hippos in West Africa, researchers say
All formations of the Movement for Democratic Change and several opposition parties said registering to vote in the country’s new voters’ register would pave the way for the creation of a democratic state in Zimbabwe.
“On the advice of the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission, I duly proclaimed today as the first day upon which the biometric voter registration will officially commence."
Mining sector shake-ups part of president's bigger strategy, say analysts
Clegg, who has had chemotherapy and other treatment for pancreatic cancer, says he feels 'fit and strong'