The VORTEX-2 tornado research project completed last week aims to increase warning times and reduce false alarms.
Bharti Airtel, an Indian company, paid $9 billion for access to an African cellphone market serving 45 million. The world's last unsaturated market holds a potentially huge payoff.
This year, cellphone magnate Mo Ibrahim won't be giving a $5 million prize for good governance. Why not?
A top ally of President Robert Mugabe said the European Union 'wants to undermine the inclusive government.' Meanwhile, the opposition party is considering pulling out of the fragile coalition.
The group's soft approach to Zimbabwe's president disappoints many, but some say it may be more effective in engaging him.
Court documents show two ministers are defying President Robert Mugabe in a power struggle over control of a mining company.
On visits to the US, Europe, and Scandinavia, Morgan Tsvangirai asks for more aid – and says progress is being made.
Sanctions, human rights violations are waived, for now, so that Zimbabwe's power-sharing government can make some progress.
The polarizing ANC leader is expected to draw record numbers of voters to the polls in Wednesday's presidential race.