Zambia’s youth largely backed the new president-elect, and now they expect him to ease repression and economic crisis.
Africa’s last absolute monarchy has for days been rocked by the largest pro-democracy protests in years.
Thousands of people shelter in displacement camps with limited food supplies across Cabo Delgado following Palma attack.
Zimbabwe’s tourism sector is estimated to have lost $1bn in potential revenue last year due to coronavirus pandemic.
As the country marks 40th independence anniversary, its journey towards reconciliation and healing is not yet over.
As police scale up operations aimed at curbing coronavirus spread, groups raise fears over possible breach of conduct.
Communities displaced by devastating storm still living in dire conditions amid funding gaps for key reconstruction.
Shifting policies on land reform and food subsidies by successive governments have contributed to the dire situation.
As supporters of Mugabe mourned, the decision to bury the former president in private has riled many party supporters.
Late former president’s homestead in Kutama village prepares to receive the body of Zimbabwe’s founding father.