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Robert Mugabe turns 93, vowing to rule on in Zimbabwe

Robert Mugabe has ruled out any prospect of retiring soon, saying that ZANU-PF officials believe there is no "acceptable" alternative.
 

Robert Mugabe's wife says he could run in election 'as a corpse'

The wife of Zimbabwe's 92-year-old President Robert Mugabe says he should run "as a corpse" in next year's election if he dies before the vote.

Afghanistan beat Zimbabwe by 12 runs (D/L) in rain-hit first ODI

Afghanistan beat Zimbabwe by 12 runs (D/L) in rain-hit first ODI

Skipper Asghar Stanikzai made his seventh ODI half-century to help his team post a competitive score.

$2.5 mn set for Zimbabwe President's 93rd birthday bash

The ruling party of Zimbabwe is reportedly looking to spend some $2.5 million on President Robert Mugabe`s 93rd birthday celebration on February 21, a media report said on Wednesday.

ICC set to bring football-style Test and ODI league format in cricket - Report

ICC set to bring football-style Test and ODI league format in cricket - Report

ICC has proposed a two-year Test league, a 13-team ODI league, and regional qualification for the World Twenty20.

Security has improved a lot, Pakistan has become safe to play cricket again: Inzamam-ul-Haq

Security has improved a lot, Pakistan has become safe to play cricket again: Inzamam-ul-Haq

The veteran of 120 tests said Pakistan cricket had suffered a lot due to the absence of any international cricket matches in Pakistan.

10 countries less populated than Delhi

10 countries less populated than Delhi

Believe it or not, there are countries that are less populated than Delhi.

Seeking cash, Zimbabwe sells 35 elephants to China

Zimbabwe's wildlife agency has said this wildlife-rich southern African country has 36,000-plus more elephants than it can support.

Zimbabwe to issue derided 'bond notes' on Monday

Zimbabwe to issue derided 'bond notes' on Monday

Zimbabwe will issue "bond notes" equivalent to the US dollar from next week to ease critical cash shortages, the central bank announced on Saturday, despite widespread public fear of a return to hyperinflation.

Rangana Herath clinches 13-wicket haul as Sri Lanka sweep Zimbabwe series 2-0

Rangana Herath clinches 13-wicket haul as Sri Lanka sweep Zimbabwe series 2-0

Sri Lanka`s captain finished with figures of 13 for 152 in the match, after his team also won the first Test on November 2 by 225 runs.

Windies drop Kieron Pollard, Denesh Ramdin for Zimbabwe ODI tri-series

Windies drop Kieron Pollard, Denesh Ramdin for Zimbabwe ODI tri-series

The ODI tri-series, which also features Sri Lanka, will kick start from November 16 in Harare.

Zimbabwe appoint ex-captain Heath Streak as coach

Zimbabwe appoint ex-captain Heath Streak as coach

Streak previously coached a local cricket team and had stints as bowling coach for Bangladesh and Zimbabwe.

African elephants 'suffer worst decline in 25 years'

African elephants 'suffer worst decline in 25 years'

The revelation, the worst drop in 25 years, came amid disagreement on the second day of the global meet over the best way to improve the plight of Africa's elephants, targeted for their tusks.

No Arab Spring in Zimbabwe: Mugabe warns protesters

Zimbabwe`s President Robert Mugabe on Friday warned that the Arab Spring style of protests would fall flat in Zimbabwe after police fired teargas and beat up protesters staging the latest of a string of highly charged demonstrations.

Tear gas as Zimbabwe police beat anti-Mugabe marchers

Riots erupted in Zimbabwe`s capital Harare Friday after police fired tear gas and beat protesters who responded by throwing stones in the latest of a string of highly charged demonstrations. 

DNA : Today in History, 22nd August 2016

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Tom Latham inspires New Zealand to 329-2 at stumps against Zimbabwe

Tom Latham inspires New Zealand to 329-2 at stumps against Zimbabwe

The left-hander enjoyed an opening stand of 169 with Martin Guptill, who made 87.

Gurdip Singh's wife appeals for his safe return

The wife of Indian national Gurdip Singh, who was to be executed over drug charges last night in Indonesia on Friday said that she spoke to him twice this morning and he has been sent back to jail.

Pacer Neil Wagner bags six wickets as New Zealand restrict Zimbabwe to 164 on Day 1

Pacer Neil Wagner bags six wickets as New Zealand restrict Zimbabwe to 164 on Day 1

New Zealand closed the day on 32 without loss, with Tom Latham on 16 and Martin Guptill on 14.

Zimbabwe anti-riot police, water cannons arrive at pastor's court appearance

Dozens of Zimbabwean anti-riot police surrounded the court where preacher Evan Mawarire was due to face charges on Wednesday relating to his calls for "stay at home" protests against President Robert Mugabe.