Du Plessis was born blind. He lost his father, his biggest fan, last year and is now losing his hearing.
Authorities consider mass killing of mammoth mammals to reduce growing numbers, but conservationists warn of risks.
Bringing together people once tragically divided by ethnicity is Rwandese cricket’s way of burying a very ugly past.
The unsanctioned, illegal matches provide much-needed cash after the cancellation of the regular season due to COVID.
Tributes pour in for the first black South African to win a world boxing title who died at a Johannesburg hospital.
Mtawarira, who hails from Zimbabwe, looks back at his rugby career which almost derailed before taking off.
In 1999, Zimbabwe beat India and South Africa, but failure to qualify for 2019 World Cup has hit them hard.
Residents of Beira and surrounding areas unable to return to normality more than a week after Cyclone Idai hit.
Although Zimbabwe was banned from the qualifying round, people there are still obsessed about the World Cup.
Rights group says cases of child labour, worker exploitation and low pay are rife in Zimbabwe’s tobacco farms.