- The NBA makes new play in Africa in pursuit of fans Updated: Apr-21-16 8:06 am
The NBA is making a new play for fans in Africa by splitting with the continent's biggest sports broadcaster and teaming up with a Zimbabwean telecommunications entrepreneur who started his first business with $75.
- Zimbabwe: Thousands in anti-Mugabe march Updated: Apr-14-16 1:02 pm
HARARE, Zimbabwe - In one of the biggest protests seen in Zimbabwe in recent years, thousands of opposition supporters Thursday marched in the capital to denounce President Robert Mugabe's alleged misrule.
- Zimbabwe: Historic burial of 2 women heroes Updated: Apr-13-16 12:09 pm
JOHANNESBURG - Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe presided over the burial of two women at a shrine for heroes of the country's 1970s war of independence - the first time a double burial has taken place at the monument.
- Zimbabwean in 17-day charity run for mental health patients Updated: Apr-13-16 12:04 pm
JOHANNESBURG - A young Zimbabwean who has set off on a run to raise funds for mental health patients says her friends think she is crazy trying to do 724 kilometers (450 miles) in 17 days.
- Zimbabwe: Rhino featured on TV killed after poacher shooting Updated: Apr-11-16 10:32 am
JOHANNESBURG - Zimbabwe veterinary surgeons have been forced to put down a rhino that was featured on a television series, days after it was shot by poachers, said the wildlife authority Monday.
- Drought affects Zimbabwe's main export crop, tobacco Updated: Mar-30-16 12:07 pm
HARARE, Zimbabwe - The tobacco-selling season started in Zimbabwe on Wednesday at a sales floor packed with bales of harvested and cured leaves, but a persistent drought has cut into the southern African nation's main export earner this year.