At least 26 elephants have died in the park last month from suspected cyanide poisoning
'I am naturally ugly. He is not. He is ugly only when he opens his mouth,' says vanquished former champion
Robert Mugabe will continue as President of Zimbabwe until he is 100, governing from a “special wheelchair”, his wife has said.
Local holy man urges parents the more they spend on the pens, the more their children will succeed
Zimbabwe's leader criticised Western nations' attempts to 'proscribe new rights contrary to our values, norms, traditions and beliefs'
Mugabe is not thought to be ready to hand over power. And if he does, the power may eventually lie with his wife, not the vice-presidents
South Africa (339-4) beat Zimbabwe (277 all out) by 62 runs
The veteran Channel 4 host let readers in on the inner workings of his mind – and it’s not as laundered as one might have thought
Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel claimed that he couldn’t afford the trip. His absence reminded us of Israel’s closeness to the apartheid regime
Belgium has successfully lobbied for sanctions to be lifted on gemstones mined in Zimbabwe, promising a windfall for the ailing nation. But critics say the ethics of the move are questionable
In front of leaders from around the world, South Africa’s current President was derided as Nelson Mandela was honoured
Obama’s handshake with Castro may initiate a thaw in their countries’ relations; no detente was in sight for Hollande and Sarkozy, however
Elephants are among the most intelligent, gentle creatures on the planet. Yet they have suffered for centuries at the hand of man.
Tony Iveson flew Spitfires in the Battle of Britain and later the Lancaster Bomber, in which he was part of the group which sank Hitler's flagship, the Tirpitz. Serving as a flying instructor for two years after the Battle of Britain, he then flew many missions over Germany as a member of the 617 Squadron – the "Dambusters". His love affair with the Lancaster continued for the rest of his life and he flew the last remaining Lancaster at the age of 89. He then wrote Lancaster – the Biography (2008) with Brian Milton in 2009. But nothing in his life became him more than the memorial for which he campaigned tirelessly in his final years for his comrades in Bomber Command, around 55,500 of whom gave their lives to keep Hitler from these shores.
The British Nobel Laureate author, who wrote The Golden Notebook and The Grass is Singing, had a writing career spanning more than 60 years
There is a growing belief ahead of the impending series