The moth-balled second Willowgate probe has revealed the spurious grounds used to exonerate Zimbabwean officials.
Zanu-PF’s divisive internal power battles were again at play this week as its two factions battled to control influential positions in Parliament.
Zim is reconsidering compensating white commercial farmers whose farms were seized during the chaotic 2000 land reform process, the M&G has learnt.
Zanu-PF is attempting to oust high court judge Charles Hungwe over his unfavourable rulings against Zimbabwe's ruling party.
Damning documents could have led to the arrest of top allies of Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe.
Those implicated allegedly sought an audience with the attorney general to postpone the probe.
The spotlight has fallen on the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission's ability to hold free and fair elections.
Chinese embassy representatives met with Zim officials after the Mail & Guardian revealed that engineers from a Chinese company evicted inspectors.
Police commissioner General Augustine Chihuri has told top brass to ensure Zanu-PF wins the upcoming elections.
A Cabinet meeting this week turned ugly as Zimbabwean ministers laid into each other over claims of violent attacks against opponents.