President Emmerson Mnangagwa hailed the six-storey building in Mt. Hampden as a ‘testimony of the strategic and comprehensive partnership’ between Harare and Beijing.
Analyst says future shortages of battery metals may raise cost of electric vehicles, or curb production, ‘as we’ve seen with the semiconductor shortage’.
A two-legged omnivore, Mbiresaurus raathi walked the planet around 230 million years ago and weighed up to 30kg (66lbs).
Hong Kong bowled out for 116, with Netherlands taking just 13.2 overs to chase down low score as they win by 7 wickets.
Long-discussed agreements have been struck to ease the obligations imposed on African traders to enter the Chinese market.
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The hunting season will resume this year after the pandemic scuppered plans to have elephants shot by foreign tourists in 2020.
Globalisation and technological advances mean no nation is safe from the coronavirus unless vaccination protection is available to all. Any ‘vaccine nationalism’ would be short-sighted.
Shipment of 200,000 vaccines is donated by China and the African country is buying a further 600,000, as it targets 20 million doses to achieve herd immunity.
London think tank tracks last year’s progress of flagship Chinese investment plan, finds about 15 ran into trouble.
Before marrying Prince Albert II, did you know the former Olympic swimmer lived in the same small South African town as Charlize Theron?
The US fears being displaced in Africa by China’s apparent move into public health, according to report.
While many countries, including China, are increasingly looking to green energy, it continues to bankroll coal-fired power plants across the continent.
Neither Donald Trump nor Joe Biden is expected to prioritise ties with the continent, political analyst says.
Hampered by sanctions instituted nearly two decades ago, the southern African nation has been further hit by restrictions imposed to limit the coronavirus.
Under pressure from environmental groups, African nation revoked licences for Chinese firms to mine Hwange national park.
Government spokesman defends arrests of around 20 activists and opposition figures for peacefully protesting against the government on July 31.
Covid-19 has killed at least 680,000 people and infected at least 17.6 million since the outbreak emerged in China last December
A Zimbabwean rights group accused Chinese-run mining companies of ‘rampant abuse’.
Once a refugee sleeping rough in Hong Kong, now a Goldman Sachs analyst, Innocent Mutanga has experienced America’s institutional racism. Hong Kong discriminates more on grounds of class than race, he says.
Themba Gorimbo is one of the biggest MMA prospects out of Africa, but he was almost killed by police dogs mining diamonds in Zimbabwe before fleeing to South Africa.
US also facing accusations that sanctions compounded the impact of the coronavirus, at a time when it is struggling to match China’s inroads in the continent.
Dry taps are forcing residents in cities across Zimbabwe to spend time outside collecting water at community bore holes, instead of staying indoors for a 21-day national lockdown.
Swaziland changed its name to eSwatini to stop it being confused with Switzerland. No, really
US and EU have placed sanctions on senior Zimbabwean officials and businesses but Wang says they have no basis in international law.