Middle-order batsman, exciting all-rounder and tall fast bowler heading Down Under
Country plunged into limbo as opposition leader alleges fraud and William Hague voices 'grave concerns' over election
Opponents claim Zanu-PF conned its way to power – rather than taking it by force
Opposition party says it does not rule out 'demonstrations and mass action' after process which it calls 'null and void'
Giovanni di Stefano claimed he had links with Bin Laden, Mugabe and Saddam
Tendai Biti made the extraordinary revelation at a press conference yesterday
On a return visit, Sue Watt finds a captivating country poised to welcome tourists again.
Ruling will decide if Britain is right to expect deportees to protect themselves by dissembling
The once-banned Daily News, known for its criticism of President Robert Mugabe, returned to the streets of Zimbabwe yesterday, appearing for the first time in nearly eight years with a promise to highlight bad governance.
Every year, the Venice Biennale announces a raft of different countries due to exhibit at the event, the most famous artistic showcase in the world.
A dancer leaps across the stage at The Place theatre in London, where the Tavaziva Dance Company will perform as part of a new programme announced yesterday.
A debut children's writer who was turned down by 100 publishers has followed in the footsteps of JK Rowling and Philip Pullman to land a major literary prize.
It lasted 11 hours and five minutes, a total of 138 games and 112 aces served. The epic Wimbledon match between John Isner and Nicolas Mahut was the longest game of tennis ever played. Their showdown was just one of many things to have gone on too long. Here are some others that went on way after they should have been put out of their misery.
Soccer City, the showpiece stadium, the star of Soweto, the ingenious arena built to resemble an African cooking pot or Kalabash, is beginning to acquire another very African characteristic. After two days of strong winds in Johannesburg the venue for today's opening match looks like a dustbowl. Like everything else in the windswept approach to Soweto township, it's been coated in a thick layer of red dust. An attribute that will be immediately recognisable to any fan tuning in from Somalia to Namibia.
Some unsuspecting patients at an anger management class near Johannesburg are set to be joined by South Africa's most notorious big-mouth, it emerged yesterday. Julius Malema, leader of the ruling party's youth wing, is to undergo counselling to help him control his temper.
This revelatory British documentary tells the story of two white farmers in Zimbabwe who are striving to stop their land being "acquisitioned" by the government.