An Amnesty International report released today alleges civilian killings by these mercenaries as part of the growing war in Mozambique.
Exactly one year after two cyclones displaced tens of thousands of people, experts are warning that climate change will only intensify the problem.
Heavy rains and massive flooding have killed hundreds and affected millions more across Zimbabwe, Mozambique and Malawi.
Against all odds, they're helping thousands of people at the margins of society.
The debris is reportedly the horizontal stabilizer skin from a Boeing 777, the same type of aircraft that vanished nearly two years ago while flying from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing.
The prolonged warm weather pattern has been wreaking havoc on crops in the region and the UN is becoming “increasingly concerned” about the food security of an estimated 14 million people.
On Ibo, a small island off the Mozambican coast, Mariamo Amisse serves Luminu, a coconut curry that requires an unusual kitchen implement to release the fruit’s flesh.
After authorities in neighboring Mozambique caught the man with 10 pounds of rhino horn stuffed into his embassy's diplomatic bag, he was forced to head back to North Korea.
Mozambique’s former president says armed rangers in South Africa’s Kruger National Park are killing members of the gangs that poach rhinos, elephants, and other species.
At least 20 other women were seriously injured in the African nation when a truck crashed on the way to a festival celebrating womanhood and chastity.
South Africa's leaders have called for international assistance to stem the rampant violence and attacks against foreign nationals.