The French businessman behind Africa's ambitious Russia-Ukraine peace plan
"At a certain moment in your life, you have some tools. And I have some tools," Brazzaville Foundation President Jean-Yves Ollivier told Newsweek.
There Is No Single Blueprint for Building a Healthy Democracy
When the rights citizens enjoy are delivered through a democratically elected government, they come with a level of legitimacy and acceptance only possible through consent.
Horror as human feet discovered in crocodile's stomach: Police
The authorities suspect the feet belonged to a missing person who fell victim to a crocodile attack.
Girl, 9, dragged into river by crocodile survives by hitting it in face
The girl was taken to hospital with leg injuries. Crocodiles are thought to kill around 1,000 people each year, with the Nile crocodile being the most deadly.
Baby baboon clings to dead mom in jaws of leopard in heartbreaking photo
The spectacular image is one of 25 shortlisted for the 2022 Wildlife Photographer of the Year People's Choice Award, to be announced on February 9, 2023.
Shock as Woman Swims to Extreme Lengths for Social Media Clip: 'Scary'
"Dangerous but beautiful, even more with the rainbow," one TikToker wrote of the video showing a woman swimming near the 355-feet-high Victoria Falls.
'Where the Crawdads Sing' Author Wanted in Connection With Zambia Shooting
Author Delia Owens is wanted for questioning in relation to the fatal shooting of a suspected poacher in the mid 1990s.
Elephant Kills Conservation Hero Responding to Poaching Incident Report
Anti-poaching team member Clever Kapandura was described as a "kind, dedicated, passionate, and well-respected member of the Victoria Falls community."
Kamala Harris Misspelled as 'Kamara' in National Newspaper Front Page Typo
Twitter users pointed out the embarrassing front page typo on Friday morning.
A Watershed Moment for Democracy in Africa
We call on our friends in the international community to help us ensure the upcoming elections in Zambia are free and fair and that no election theft takes place.
Zambia Enters 21 Days of Mourning After Death of Founding President Kaunda
Kaunda was a leader of the campaign that ended British colonial rule and he became Zambia's first democratically elected president in 1964. He led the country, which became a one-party state, until 1991, when he was defeated in an election following the introduction of multiparty politics.
The Junk Art King of Zambia
Meet Frederick Phiri: the Zambian welder who turns scrap metal into stunning works of art
How to Survive a Walking Safari in Africa
Forget the traditional safari, where you spend hours in a Jeep passively observing wild animals - the real thrill is on foot, and walking among them.
Energy Drink with Viagra Banned In Zambia
Vikas Kapoor, the general manager of the drink's manufacturer Revin Zambia, previously said the drink didn't contain any drugs as far as he knew.
Zuma Is Forced Out of the South African Presidency
His resignation sets off the Ramaphosa era.
Stop Politicizing Unexplained Death of a Border Agent
Some say Rogelio Martinez was bludgeoned to death by rocks. Ted Cruz jumped on the bandwagon.
Trump's 'Shithole' Comments Inspire Zambia Tourism Ad
"The only stars and stripes you'll have to see are in the sky and on a zebra."
Mnangagwa Tightens His Grip on Zimbabwe
Two ministers who supported Mugabe's wife Grace have been arrested.
Who Are the 'Top Six' in the New S. African Government?
The power-sharing deal may hinder Ramaphosa's ability to strongly govern.
How Long Before Zuma Is Driven From Office
Will Zuma follow Mugabe in striking a deal in exchange for going quietly?
Battle Lines Drawn Between Army and Police In Zimbabwe
Mugabe may not go quietly. And other African heads of state may continue to recognise him.
The Zimbabwe Military Coup: What Is Going On and Why?
The military has seized the state television station and taken Mugabe and his wife prisoner.
Are the Military About to Oust Mugabe in Zimbabwe?
The army will not tolerate leaders who did not participate in the "liberation struggle" that ended white minority rule.
Baboon Cuts Power to 50,000 People Near Victoria Falls
The baboon survived the shock, according to authorities.
31 Chinese Arrested in Zambia for 'Illegal Mining'
Chinese workers have previously clashed with locals in the African country.
South African Opposition Leader Slams Zambia Expulsion
Mmusi Maimane traveled to Zambia on Thursday to attend the trial of the country's embattled opposition leader, but says he was "assaulted" and turned back upon arrival.
Why We Need to Talk About Zambia's Slide Into Dictators
The country's president wants to stay in power beyond his limit and has put his rival on trial for treason.
Zambia Witnesses Rising Political Tensions
Rights groups fear country is allegedly persecuting critics following Hakainde Hichilema's treason trial.
Gloria Steinem Turns Her Attention to Educating Girls
Gloria Steinem spent International Women's Day encouraging girls' education.
First Aid Kit Designed to Save Lives on African Roads
Road traffic injuries are one of the leading causes of death among young people in Zambia.