‘Zim a top 5 gold smuggler’

Zimbabwe declared 35 591kg in gold exports in 2022.
By Garikai Tunhira Jun. 3, 2024

5 cops off to South Sudan

Matanga warned the officers about the harsh realities of war that may endanger their lives.
By Gamuchirai Nyamuziwa Feb. 23, 2024

Editorial Comment: Call for prompt action on armyworm

The rains later returned and the crops which survived began to flourish.
By Newsday Jan. 25, 2024

Mystery of Zambia migrating bats

In most African cultures, the sight or sound of a hyena  is considered taboo and it is believed that witches and wizards use this animal
By Burzil Dube Feb. 19, 2023

Journalists detained over footage appearing to show South Sudan president wet himself

The footage from December showed a dark stain spread down the 71-year-old president's grey trousers as he stood for the national anthem at a road commissioning event.
By Reuters Jan. 7, 2023

Fresh fighting displaces 40,000 in South Sudan - UN

Nearly 40,000 people have been displaced from their homes following renewed fighting in South Sudan
By Bbc News Dec. 12, 2022

At least 25 people killed in South Sudan communal land violence

South Sudan erupted into civil war shortly after declaring independence from Sudan in 2011, which pitted President Salva Kiir against his Vice President Riek Machar and his Nuer tribe.
By Reuters Oct. 12, 2022

Sudan crisis: Ceasefire extended but fighting continues

The extension - for another 72 hours - follows intensive diplomatic efforts by neighbouring countries, as well as the US, UK and UN.
By Bbc News Jun. 18, 2022

Feature: A letter from home: Zimbabwe’s unending crisis

Politically, it has been an endless freefall. The enthusiasm that greeted the overthrow of nonagenarian leader Robert Mugabe by the military in 2017 (who rapidly handed power to his rival, President Emmerson Mnangagwa) evaporated quickly.

By The Independent May. 20, 2022