Robert Mugabe is under house arrest, and the generals are in charge. But the top brass still insist there hasn’t been a coup.
A wave of brutal violence against visiting college students is forcing the country to examine its racism problem.
President Jacob Zuma is toying with land expropriation policies that threaten the country's economy — and his own leadership.
Who better to guide your birthday party planning than nonagenarian African autocrats?
The Zimbabwean dictator’s very public, very amusing fallout with a former political ally in South Africa.
Faced with a crippling cash crisis, the southern African country has designed a solution that nobody thinks will work.
The specter of hyperinflation is driving demonstrations against Mugabe, and security forces are responding with brutality.
The once-mighty Non-Aligned Movement mustered just a shadow of its former self in a sad summit in Venezuela.
Amid protests and economic turmoil, Twitter mocked the authoritarian president’s new cartoonish likeness.
Whether it’s an Arab Spring-style uprising that gets him or simply old age — Zimbabwe’s firebrand autocrat is on his way out.
And the indignity and helplessness of blacks in America won’t end until we have a first-world African nation to lift up our people.
It's not just on the internet and it's not just about President Mugabe.