The Zimbabwe junta is swinging wildly at any hint of dissent, proving that repression under Mnangagwa is no departure from Mugabe’s rule.
Clashes between police and protesters following the “Gilets Jaunes” (yellow vest) Act XIII demonstration on Saturday, 9th February 2019.
To find out what makes a referee tick, Joe Ruzvidzo spoke to three Southern African referees about their beginnings, their motivations and what they think makes a good match official.
Another barn-storming performance from Waikato speedster Bailyn Sullivan helped New Zealand overcome a belligerent Welsh side here on Sunday, as the defending champions eased to their second bonus-point win at the 2018 World U20 Championship.
It took some desperate tackling to deny a dazzling Jordan Olowofela his hat-trick, as England overran an initially defiant Argentina team here on Wednesday, on day one of the 2018 World Rugby U20 Championship.
The sports photographer and visual storyteller speaks to NBO about his background, how he got into photography, and what Africa means to him.
I do not resolve to get more sleep. I do not resolve to use floss instead of toothpicks. I do not resolve to plan my meals around an exercise regime. And I don’t resolve to get up earlier, call my parents more, read more, write more or spend more time outdoors. I just do not […]
A very short series of highlights from Shoko Festival, held from 23rd to 25th September 2016, at the National Museum of Natural History and the Harare City Library, in Harare, Zimbabwe.
For any social initiative or enterprise to be successful, it requires the investment and participation of members of that society.
I do not make a lot of money; no, that sounds wrong – let me rephrase it. I hardly make any money at all! As a staunch member of Zimbabwe’s Great Unemployed, the so-called entrepreneurs, the “informal economy”, disposable income is so rare to come by that I get offended when it is wasted. I […]