Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe has lashed out at Europe's "homosexual nonsense", condemning the refusal of its leaders to accept his grip on power.
The Media Institute of Southern Africa has criticised a court interdict banning three Lesotho journalists from practising their craft.
The faithful in Zimbabwe are praying for deliverance – and so is the ruling party.
Chenjerai Hove reminisces about what April 18 1980 meant for him.
'Rebels' from the MDC-T are looking to form an alliance against Robert Mugabe and Zanu-PF - but without Morgan Tsvangirai.
SADC diplomats fear Zimbabwe may abuse its new positions to settle old scores with Europe, at the expense of the continent.
Is there reason to assume that Zimbabwe's independence was ever as fundamental a revolution as it has been popularly envisioned?
Africans pay some of the highest charges in the world for interational money transfers - in sub-Saharan Africa it's almost double the global average.
Ahead of the World Economic Forum in Abuja in May, the event's Nigerian hosts says a large security operation is under way following a bomb blast.
Uganda's Parliament will probe reports that some female runners were subjected to sexual harassment and abuse while taking part in a training camp.
Nearly 800 000 voters in Guinea-Bissau are expected to take part in a ballot which could usher in new leadership.
A young entrepreneur is tapping the high demand for Nigerian movies.
Kenyans are losing patience with their ill-equipped and notoriously corrupt police force.
Prince Asiel Ben Israel faces a five-year prison sentences for trying to persuade US lawmakers to lift sanctions against Zimbabwe's government.
Bheki Makhubu, editor of the Nation in Swaziland, is being held in a maximum security prison before his trial for contempt charges start next week.
Even the finance minister does not know where to find the cash to pay the state's pressing obligations.
Many Western reporters downplayed the genocide of Rwanda's Tutsi minority as "ethnic warfare", including Bartholomäus Grill. He looks back with shame.
Uganda's tourism board wants to cash in on those who are fascinated by the dictator's brutal reign.
Phillip Chiyangwa says residents' claim of state ownership of the property is a payment dodge.