The 92-year-old has remained at the helm since Zimbabwe's independence in 1980.
The Gambian President has called for fresh elections after losing at the polls earlier this month.
Four West African leaders are heading to Gambia to try and convince President Yahya Jammeh to leave office.
Calls for a peaceful transition after Gambian election as Yahye Jammeh contests results.
Zimbabwe adopts Econet rand wallet facility to help country's cash woes.
The electoral commission has cautioned opposition parties from making announcements about election results.
Gambia has also banned political demonstrations to avoid post-election unrest during this election period.
Nikiwe Bikitsha takes a look at what has contributed towards the success of the country's arts and culture sector.
Foreign investors need to familiarise themselves with the country's regulatory framework to make business easier for them.
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe has said he will not be forced to step down by factions with his party Zanu-PF.
Dr Vusi Mncube conducted a forensic investigation on behalf of Acsa but it seems he has a pending fraud case in Burundi.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews the University of Zimbabwe graduate.
Earlier this year, South Africa announced it's decision to begin the withdrawal process from the ICC.
Mncube denied allegations that he went to Burundi and defrauded a telecoms company Onatel.
Nikiwe Bikitsha interviews a large Ghanaian manufacturer that started his business with a mere $2000.
AngloGold Ashanti call for external intervention in Ghanaian mine capture
Lulu Xingwana believes current economic conditions play into the hands of potential investors from South Africa
Despite tough trading conditions, the oldest brewery in West Africa has created Ghana's biggest single brand
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He's attending SA-Zimbabwe Bi-National Commission set up last year during President Robert Mugabe's state visit to South Africa.
Photographer Solomon Adufuah talks to Kieno Kammies from New York about little boy who's memes have gone viral on the internet.
Minister of International Relations Maite Nkoana-Mashabane signed 'instrument of withdrawal' from International Criminal Court.
Commentators remain divided on whether the AU has fulfilled its mandate with 54 member states.
E-commerce is set to for massive growth in the West African country - and there are bound to be lots of other findings!
ENSafrica's annual anti-bribery survey shows a steep hike in cases of bribery and corruption, says forensic expert Steven Powell.
The two-week ban on protests has been declared unconstitutional by a high court in Zimbabwe.
EWN Africa correspondent, Jean Jacques Cornish, says the rumour mill in Zimbabwe is in overdrive.
All three medals go to Africa for the win and Caster Semenya streaks home for gold in 2016 Olympics in Rio
Celebrations are underway in Zimbabwe after activist, Evan Mawarire, was released and the 'inciting violence' charge was dropped.
Zim jounro Elias Mambo talks about the growing calls for a mass stay-away tomorrow and says Zimbabwe is on verge of collapse
The reasons behind Mapisa-Nqakula's decision to allow a Burundian woman to accompany her on an official flight remain unclear.
Freelance journalist Carien du Plessis says Burundi peace talks present complex challenges for the continental body.
Celebrated Burundian singer, Khadja Nin is on a global campaign to speak out against President Pierre Nkurunziza, whose bid for a third term has sparked conflict in the East African nation.
702 Correspondent, JJ Cornish reports about Burundi's President Pierre Nkurunziza being sworn in for a third term, amidst unrest.