President-elect Emmerson Mnangagwa declared: “Zimbabwe is open for business.” In reality, it seems, the country is for sale.
Emmerson Mnangagwa wants the international community to forget the past, but the escalating violence makes it impossible.
Nelson Chamisa, 40, is facing the incumbent 75-year-old Emmerson Mnangagwa, who has close links to the military.
Newly-released cables show the surprisingly close relationship between the controversial British prime minister and Zimbabwe’s former leader.
After starting the Say It Loud Club in support of gay rights in Uganda, Aloysius Sali was forced to flee his home country for the UK.
British troops are more active in the Horn of Africa than many realise.
Every murder in the country is a tragedy. But most don’t happen on white farms, or even in white areas.
Cyril Ramaphosa is discovering how difficult it is to govern the country.
The omens on the Ethiopian side are promising.
Somaliland’s chief diplomat comes to London.
Outside the court, Zuma led the 2,000-strong crowd in singing a famous Zulu song that talks of betrayal by one’s comrades.