Henry Bonsu of VoxAfrica interviews Ghanaian-British filmmaker Roy Agyemang of Robert Mugabe: Villain or Hero?, a documentary film which reportedly premiered recently.
Discussed on InformAfrica is an undated photo of a giant crocodile reportedly killed in Zimbabwe by an animal control ranger. Some believe the photo was artfully modified to make the giant crocodile look much bigger than its original size or that the image is not real.
This is an infidelity story of a Zimbabwean man from Harare who caught his cheating wife doing the unthinkable with her Congolese lover on their matrimonial bed.
As the first week of June 2012 comes to an end, InformAfrica looked around the web for controversial and breaking news coming out of Africa that Africans and friends of Africa would like to read.
Women should always have bald heads, lose weight and dress shabbily to reduce their attractiveness as part of measures to curb the spread of HIV, MDC-T Senator for Chikomo, Morgan Femai said during a workshop held in Zimbabwe.
A South African court ruled on Tuesday its legal system can be used to investigate and prosecute citizens of neighbouring Zimbabwe for suspected of crimes against humanity.
Thousands of pre-school children in Africa could benefit from access to treatment for an endemic disease, after tests showed infants to be at high risk of infection.
Job Mthombeni loves traditional food. One of his favourite culinary delights is Mopani worms, referred to locally as amacimbi, which means caterpillar in Ndebele. At an early age he understood the nutritional value of the worm, which is found in his rural hometown of Plumtree, in southwestern Zimbabwe.
Due to frustration by Zimbabwe’s fractious coalition government and the extensive powers it affords President Robert Mugabe, Zimbabwe’s Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai has agreed to hold early polls this year.