Air Zimbabwe, which owes foreign and domestic creditors more than $300 million, was in October placed into administration to try and revive its fortunes.
Initial investigations Botswana and Namibia suggest that an exceptionally large buffalo herd was grazing in Namibia before they stampeded into the Chobe River.
More than a dozen times in the past seven days, US president has alleged, contrary to evidence, recount of votes in Florida's elections marred by fraud
Comments come after US president attacked French president in a series of tweets that demonstrated how much their relationship has soured
It's a different technology than controversial "genetically modified" foods — more like faster breeding that promises to boost nutrition, spur crop growth, and make farm animals hardier and fruits and vegetables last longer
Dozens of migrants have barricaded themselves in a container ship in the Libyan port city of Misrata and refuse to disembark, saying Libya is too dangerous for them
The day after the November 6 voting, Trump boasted of Republican wins, but opposition Democrats have claimed victories since then as absentee ballots have been tallied
The Zimbabwe Defence Forces removed Mugabe from power on November 14, 2018 claiming that it was targeting "criminals" surrounding the then president.
Spike in prices triggered by bond note collapse; businesses now demanding cash US dollars
He said Mnangagwa deployed the army following a request by the police that had inadequate manpower as some of them were in various parts of the country monitoring the election process.
Appeal comes as UN Food and Agriculture Organization predicts possible dry weather pattern that might affect country’s food security
“The current financial model for higher education isn’t sustainable,” offered Lynn Pasquerella, president of the Association of American Colleges and Universities.