Babies born on floor as Zimbabwe's health system totters
The floor is dusty, the walls filthy and the furniture decrepit, but for two weeks last month, a tiny flat in a Harare township was transformed into a maternity clinic where scores of babies were born.
11 countries converge on Enugu to fight for Africa’s sole blind football ticket
Beginning from today till Saturday, 11 African countries will trade tackles in Enugu for the sole ticket of representing the continent in the blind football event of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
Zimbabwean police beat opposition supporters after rally ban
Zimbabwean riot police fired tear gas and beat opposition supporters on Wednesday after barring a planned address by the main opposition leader, Nelson Chamisa, AFP journalists said.
Kenya wins Japan 2020 Olympics ticket as Black Stallions finish eighth
Nigeria Rugby Sevens team ended at the eighth position at the Africa Cup Sevens Championship, which ended at the Bosman Stadium in Johannesburg, South Africa at the weekend.
Black Stallions begin campaign for Tokyo 2020 Olympics, meet Zimbabwe today
Nigeria's national team, Black Stallions, will this morning (8.00 a.m.) battle with Zimbabwe in their opening game of the Africa Men’s Rugby Sevens Championship in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Black Stallions hit Johannesburg today
Home-based members of the Nigeria rugby national 7s team (Black Stallions) will depart the country today to join their foreign-based counterparts in the Rugby Africa Sevens Olympic qualifiers billed to take place in Johannesburg this weekend.
Zimbabweans stage mass protest against Western sanctions
Zimbabweans staged a mass protest on Friday against sanctions imposed by the US and the European Union during the despotic rule of late ex-leader Robert Mugabe.
Zimbabwe doctors defy court, enter 43rd day of strike
Striking Zimbabwe doctors on Monday defied a court order to return to work, saying a pay rise offered by the government failed to meet everyday costs.
Zimbabwe quadruples electricity prices, pummelling impoverished consumers
Zimbabwe hiked its average electricity tariff by 320 per cent on Wednesday to ramp up power supplies at a time of daily blackouts, but the move will anger consumers already grappling with soaring inflation that is eroding their earnings.