Over 100 artefacts are due to go under the hammer in an online June 11 sale organised by the Paris-based Coutau-Begarie auction house.
Zimbabwe often grabs headlines for its economic woes and political crises, but producer Joe Njagu said the film sought to project a different image.
Novel coronavirus has infected more than 6.3 million people around the world. Here are pandemic-related updates for June 1:
Democratic Republic of Congo's Health Minister Eteni Longondo says disease has erupted in a district of the northwestern city Mbandaka, a transport hub on the Congo River with a population of more than a million.
The ambush occurred on Saturday near the northern town of Barsalogho, the government said in a statement, adding that an attack on a livestock market in the east of the country earlier in the day had claimed 25 live
Residents say a livestock market in eastern town of Kompienbiga was targeted, in a deadly raid that security sources say was carried by groups with links to Al Qaeda and Daesh.
Meanwhile, Iran also took Washington to task over the killing of George Floyd condemning what it called "the tragic murder of black people and deadly racial discrimination in the United States".
Liberian President George Weah hopes to appeal to music lovers across the West African nation of some 4.5 million people to ensure Covid-19 does not spread further.
The attack killed a Sudanese army officer and injured a number of soldiers as well as many civilians.
A mass grave was found in the Aziziye region in the south of the capital city in Libya, say officials. The investigation is under way.
In a bid to minimise contact between patients infected with the coronavirus and health workers, Rwanda has deployed the three robots to carry out simple tasks.
Tunisia's defence ministry said the United States was a main partner in the effort to build the Tunisian army's operational capability.
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