2 hrs ago | CPJ Press Freedom Online
All parties in Zimbabwe's government of national unity must respect the responsibility of journalists to document events and report the views of citizens, especially in the run-up to the country's elections in July, the Committee to Protect Journalists said today.
7 hrs ago | SW Radio Africa
ZANU PF "big guns" dramatically left en masse an hour after a Cabinet meeting, which was due to discuss the crucial election roadmap, started on Tuesday.
10 hrs ago | News24
Tanzanians who are most at risk of HIV face widespread police abuse and often can't get help when they are victims of crime.
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CLOSE to 2,000 striking mine workers rallied at an Anglo American Platinum mine in South Africa Tuesady, continuing to defy an ultimatum to go back to work as 13 of their number were arrested after clashes with police.
The Southern African Development Community will respect any decision made by the Constitutional Court regarding the holding of elections in Zimbabwe, whether it's upholding the initial 31st July deadline or agreeing to extend the period by two weeks, as endorsed at the just ended Extraordinary SADC summit in Maputo Mozambique.
Zimbabwe's official electoral body says it will for the first time take disciplinary action against journalists for unfair reporting ahead of the nation's upcoming elections.
Daniel Howden is Africa Correspondent for The Independent. He has reported from more than 50 countries covering everything from wars and elections to natural disasters and environmental crises.
Zimbabweans themselves must resolve a row over President Robert Mugabe's decision to call an election on July 31, the head of the African Union commission said on Monday.
'Steven', a man in Bulawayo, has some news for Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe: some of his senior party officials are gay.
As I write this, Nelson Mandela is still with us. He may even still be living at the end of this year.
Concern over Syria as World Heritage committee meets PHNOM PENH: Six ancient Syrian sites as well as Australia's Great Barrier Reef could be listed as endangered by UNESCO, which Sunday begins its annual session to decide which global cultural and natural treasures merit World Heritage status.
Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe signs the country's new constitution into law in the capital Harare, replacing a 33-year-old document forged in the dying days of British colonial rule and paving the way for elections later this year, May 22, 2013.
IT is going to be dog eat dog in the Zanu PF primary elections, after hundreds of Young Turks and other first time candidates applied to contest party bigwigs in the internal polls slated for June 24, it has emerged.
Regional leaders adopted an extension of elections in Zimbabwe by 14 days at the extraordinary SADC summit on Zimbabwe in Mozambique.
Zimbabwe faces new political and legal uncertainty after President Robert Mugabe unilaterally proclaimed July 31st as the election date.