Zimbabwe's Bubye Valley Conservancy is closely guarded.
"This is the worst disaster in Mozambique's history," one aid organization told Newsweek.
A special team of Zimbabwean women have transformed from victims of violence into protectors of the country's most valuable natural treasures — its endangered elephants and rhinos.
In 2000, war veterans evicted at least 4,500 white farmers who are still feeling the effects of having their farmlands expropriated.
Two people are killed by elephants on average each year in the area around the national park located in Thailand.
"God showed me a certain tree and certain people. We have found the cure for HIV and AIDS," Walter Magaya told followers last month.
Victoria Falls is world-famous for its wildlife, but President Emmerson Mnangagwa is on a mission to attract foreign investment to the struggling African nation.
Zimbabwe's security forces have harassed activists and leaders supporting the MDC Alliance.
The deposed leader said he has been given $467,000 and two houses, which he claims is not enough.
The election was a chance for Zimbabwe to diverge from its repressive past under Mugabe.
Mnangagwa and Grace Mugabe have been seen as political rivals since he was removed from his post as vice president prior to the coup that led to her husband's resignation.
Former tennis player Zanele Ndlovu lost her arm in a crocodile attack just five days before her wedding day.
Austria and Australia, Niger and Nigeria, Uruguay and Paraguay, listen up.
About 400 workers allegedly uprooted trees to dig for gold.
David Parirenyatwa, Zimbabwe's health minister, says condoms imported from China are too small for African men.
His resignation sets off the Ramaphosa era.
Martha O' Donovan, who grew up in New Jersey, was arrested in November after allegedly insulting Robert Mugabe online a few weeks before he was ousted in a coup.
The power-sharing deal may hinder Ramaphosa's ability to strongly govern.
Zimbabwe's Robert Mugabe, untouchable for decades and a hero of African independence, is out. Who's next?