India can earn goodwill by helping Africans in their real needs
There is a palpable sense across Africa that India's dynamic private sector can bring tremendous benefits to the continent's poor.
Emmersonv Mnangagwa: Zimbabwe's 'comeback crocodile'
Nicknamed "Ngwena" (The Crocodile) because of his fearsome power and ruthlessness, Mnangagwa, 75, appeared to have been outfoxed by Mugabe's wife Grace.
Emmerson Mnangagwa sworn in as Zimbabwe President
Emmerson Mnangagwa was sworn in as Zimbabwe's new President on Friday in a ceremony at a packed stadium here, marking the end of Robert Mugabe's 37-year reign.
Sacked Zimbabwe VP in exile, vows to defy Mugabe
The ruling ZANU-PF "is not personal property of you and your wife to do as you please," Mnangagwa said in an angry five-page statement.
From Myanmar to Zimbabwe, China's global footprint grows
China is now expected to take greater responsibility in world affairs as "it's no longer the little underdog," said Kerry Brown, director of the Lau China Institute.
Zimbabwe's ruling party expels former vice president Joice Mujuru
Joice Mujuru is a former guerrilla fighter from the liberation war in the former Rhodesia and the widow of army commander Solomon Mujuru.
These are world's 25 most fragile states in 2014
Foreign Policy magazine has released its annual ranking of the world's least-stable countries, now known as the Fragile State Index.
Russia displays military might in World War II 'Victory Day' parade
Russian President Vladimir Putin witnessed the parade along with Mukherjee, Chinese President Xi Jinping and UN Secretary General Ben Ki-moon.
22 Heads of State walk to reaffirm 60 years old principles of Bandung Conference
The purpose was to commemorate 60th anniversary of the Bandung Conference and reiterate its values.
And the Person of the Year award for 2019 goes to…
Challenges like rising inequality and pompous populism are testing the tenacity of capitalism.
Ban on Pakistan can’t be conditional, says Gautam Gambhir
‘It’s going to be difficult for India to boycott them in ICC tournaments but stop playing Pakistan in the Asia Cup.'
When David Warner's wife Candice and others stood by their partners
Here's a look at other spouses and their show of support for their better halves.
How Zimbabwe FM's move to ditch dollar and switch to other currencies made many traders rich
Zimbabwe FM's move to ditch dollar, stop printing money and switch to 5 other currencies has made many traders rich.
Soccer: Guardiola's ribbon is political symbol, says FA chief
SOCCER-ENGLAND-FA:Soccer: Guardiola's ribbon is political symbol, says FA chief
Zimbabwe central bank to cut 1,600 jobs: Report
The IMF in March said the bank needed a new board to strengthen governance, adopt a sustainable budget, & refocus its role after abandoning the Zim dollar in 09.
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