The warrant empowers ZACC to search and seize all documents relevant to its investigations on whether or not University of ZimbabweVice Chancellor Professor Levi Nyagura corruptly awarded former First Lady Grace Ntombizodwa Mugabe a doctoral degree.
The prospect of denuclearization talks could significantly de-escalate heightened tensions over North Korea’s accelerated nuclear and ballistic missile tests
Rallies held across the globe calling for end to discrimination, sexual violence
Lavrov slams US sanctions on Zimbabwe
US general warns of Beijing and Moscow’s growing abilities 'to gather influence on the continent'
AU Commission chair tells US top diplomat reported derogatory comments Trump made in January about African countries are 'in the past'
Women’s Day event was held at headquarters of Jesuit religious order after Vatican withdrew permission for it to be held inside its walls
The youths chanted “Down with Robert Mugabe,” a slogan the former ruler had used himself in irony against rivals since the country won independence from Britain in 1980.
Citizens went to polls Wednesday to choose a new president, parliament, and local councilors
The government, which has been criticised for taking too long to find the cause, had on Sunday linked the outbreak to a meat product known as “polony” made by Tiger’s Enterprise Food.
Interior Secretary's decision comes even after Trump calls elephant hunting a 'horror show'
Second and third are Bill Gates and Warren Buffett, respectively