Announcement came a day after Jammeh declared a three-month state of emergency as he seeks to stay in power despite losing elections in December
“It is very unfortunate that some people on the continent are still not yet able to resist the imagination of the imperialists who do not want to achieve anything but to divide the African vote.”
Cholera outbreak in Zimbabwe nearly 10 years ago killed more than 4,000 people; worldwide, disease kills 220,000 people annually
Announcement comes as opposition leader Adama Barrow, declared winner of December election, is preparing for January 19 inauguration
Government officials said the death toll was over 100
Pastor Mugadza has been charged with undermining the authority of the president.
Hundreds expected to pack Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.'s home church to mark the federal holiday for slain civil rights leader
Algeria drew first blood in the 12th minute through marksman Riyad Mahrez before the Warriors' Kudakwashe Mahachi equalized in the 17th minute.
Isabel dos Santos has taken over a major bank and embarked on restructuring the state-owned oil company
Charles Wesley Mumbere was first detained in November after his guards refused to disarm and surrender
West African regional bloc ECOWAS put its military force on standby should Yahya Jammeh refuse to step down next week