Mnangagwa, who was inaugurated as president on Friday, has promised to compensate white farmers dispossessed of their land.
A recent report showed African migrants being sold "like cattle" for as little as $400 at auctions in Libya.
The 44-crew sub has been missing for over a week, and oxygen supplies may be running out.
The U.S. rapper may not be able to perform some of his more racy songs in the conservative Gulf state.
"Mad" Mike Hughes "doesn't believe in science," says that aerodynamics is "just a theory" and one day wants to be governor of California.
Harare was a happy place to be on Tuesday.
The 93-year-old leader stepped down after a week of protracted negotiations with the military.
Crowds of onlookers cheered as the crocodile was captured and removed from the beach.
With double the number of airstrikes of 2016 and 400 U.S. soldiers on the ground, Washington's role in Mogadishu is expanding.
Achebe is often called the "father of modern African literature" but was only belatedly recognized in the West.
Julian Fantino took a tough line on marijuana when serving as Toronto's police chief.
A military takeover seems to herald the last days of Africa's oldest ruler, whose tenor has seen Zimbabwe fall into economic despair.
Sanctions were imposed in 2009 for Eritrea's purported support of Al-Shabab in Somalia, but a report has found no conclusive evidence of ties.
Charlie Fry was bitten by a shark on his shoulder while surfing. So he punched it in the face.
The followers of Amadou Bamba, who believe in the value of hard work and nonviolence, gather each year in West Africa to celebrate their mysterious founder.