Ghana’s Muslim community demand end to discrimination

Member’s of Ghana’s Muslim community are pushing for a new law that would prohibit and.

Polls close in Mozambique amid ballot-stuffing complaints

Voting has officially ended in Mozambique’s general elections but people who joined queues at polling.

Jacob Zuma to file appeal on corruption trial

South Africa’s former President Jacob Zuma has filed an appeal in his corruption trial after.

Kenya’s Kipchoge thanks Obama for inspiring him

Kenyan runner Eliud Kipchoge has thanked former US President Barack Obama for his Twitter message.

Tunisians pick new president in final round of voting

TUNIS – Tunisians are choosing between a retired law professor and a media mogul in.

Zimbabwe court rules doctors strike illegal, should return to work

Zimbabwean court has ordered doctors on a 40-day strike over pay to return to work.

United States sanctions Gupta brothers over SA ‘corruption’

The US Treasury announced sanctions against the controversial Gupta family and associate Salim Essa, it.

Zimbabwe government defends steep 320% power hike

Defending steep 320% hike in electricity tariffs, the Zimbabwean government has said that the revenues,.

Wheat Output in Zimbabwe to Plunge Further on Power Cuts

Zimbabwe’s wheat crop will probably plummet by about two thirds from last season thanks to.

Economic chaos is causing a food security and humanitarian crisis in Zimbabwe

Since Zimbabwe’s land reform of 2000 – when around 8 million hectares of formerly large-scale.