After wrangle, Mugabe to be buried in home village in Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe announced on Thursday that ex-president Robert Mugabe would be buried at his home village in Zvimba as requested by his family, and no longer at a special mausoleum that was already under construction. The government said the family of the former leader, who died in Singapore on September 6 aged 95, “has expressed itsContinue reading “After wrangle, Mugabe to be buried in home village in Zimbabwe”

Zimbabwe reveal big hopes for Morocco 2019

Zimbabwe’s Chef de Mission Eugenia Chidhakwa is confident that her country will enjoy a successful African Games in Morocco following a well-planned build up. Zimbabwe is planning to compete in 12 of the 27 sports taking place at the Games, due to take place between August 19 and 31. Chidhakwa has already left for Rabat, where theContinue reading “Zimbabwe reveal big hopes for Morocco 2019”

Pharaohs tame Warriors in opener

Mahmoud Hassan ‘Trezeguet’s beauty of a goal in the 41st minute proved to be the difference as Egypt kicked off their Total Africa Cup of Nations Egypt 2019 campaign on a winning note with a 1-0 victory over Zimbabwe at a fully packed Cairo International Stadium on Friday night. Roared on by their enthusiastic homeContinue reading “Pharaohs tame Warriors in opener”

Ghana and Madagascar debut at Venice Biennale with themes of modernity and dynamism

Only eight African countries—Egypt, Ghana, Côte d’Ivoire, Madagascar, Mozambique, Seychelles, South Africa and Zimbabwe—will have national pavilions at the 2019 Venice Biennale, down by one from 2017. But for Ghana and Madagascar, it will be a debut showcase for their pavilions and artists at the biennale.  The 2019 biennale opens in Venice on Saturday, May 11 and runsContinue reading “Ghana and Madagascar debut at Venice Biennale with themes of modernity and dynamism”