Haru Mutasa

Haru Mutasa

Haru Mutasa is an Africa correspondent for Al Jazeera English.

She has reported on East and West Africa. She is currently based in Johannesburg, South Africa and covers the Southern African region.

She was nominated Royal Television Society (RTS) Young journalist of the year 2006/2007

Africa

Malawi rape allegations against police officers

Human rights lawyers say police are not doing enough to investigate a series of allegations of rape and sexual abuse against their officers.

Malawi rape allegations against police officers

Africa

Malawi elections: Concerns over delayed presidential poll

On Monday, five judges nullified result of last May's election, saying it was marred by widespread irregularities.

Malawi elections: Concerns over delayed presidential poll

Africa

Malawi's disputed election: Court to rule on 2019 results

Malawi gripped by months of protests over what opposition says are irregularities in May electoral results.

Malawi's disputed election: Court to rule on 2019 results

Africa

South Africa considers nationalising central bank

President Cyril Ramaphosa is under pressure to revive investor confidence and boost economic growth.

South Africa considers nationalising central bank

Africa

South Africa baby deaths: Parents say hospital hiding information

At least 10 babies have died in the same hospital in Tembisa township in Johannesburg in the past two months.

South Africa baby deaths: Parents say hospital hiding information

Africa

DRC government to force families to leave mines

Thousands of families living near lucrative cobalt mines are to be forced to make way for foreign mining companies.

DRC government to force families to leave mines

Africa

DRC child labour: Mining companies accused of exploitation

The high cost of cobalt mining in the DRC that many children are paying.

DRC child labour: Mining companies accused of exploitation

Africa

Somalia attack: Turkey treats, airlifts wounded to its hospitals

Somali president blames al-Shabab armed group for Saturday attack after truck detonates at checkpoint.

Somalia attack: Turkey treats, airlifts wounded to its hospitals

Africa

Planet SOS: Fishermen say fish are disappearing

Scientists warn life in Africa's largest freshwater lake could die, if warning signs continue to be ignored.

Planet SOS: Fishermen say fish are disappearing

Africa

Cyclone Idai: Thousands still struggling to cope

In March, cyclone Idai devastated parts of Zimbabwe, and many families are still struggling.

Cyclone Idai: Thousands still struggling to cope

Africa

Zimbabwe doctors' strike: Hundreds fired

A warning to doctors on strike in Zimbabwe: 'Go back to work or you risk being fired.'

Zimbabwe doctors' strike: Hundreds fired

Africa

Zimbabwe drought: Hundreds of animals die in national park

Park officials say they plan to move some to areas where there is still food and water but that could take weeks.

Zimbabwe drought: Hundreds of animals die in national park