Ray Ndlovu has been a correspondent for the Mail & Guardian in Zimbabwe since 2009. His areas of interest include politics and business. With a BSc honours degree in journalism and media studies, Ray aspires to become a media mogul.
South Africa and Botswana want to limit the number of Zimbabweans in their countries.
A new generation won't settle for more of the same and is talking deep-rooted change.
The two leaders have been slugging it out since 2002 – and they will be at it again come the elections in 2018.
The short-term benefit is likely to be higher prices – and investors will start looking elsewhere.
The delay in pay dates for civil servants is likely to continue as the cash-strapped state has to wait for money collected from Zimra to pay salaries.
The Zimbabwean government has been talking right and yet walking left on the empowerment programme, which is what has unnerved foreign investors.
Pragmatism prevails as the president condemns land invaders at high-level politburo meeting.
Government is looking to hold its own diamond auctions for international buyers later this year, in a move aimed at cutting out expensive middle-men.
The faithful in Zimbabwe are praying for deliverance – and so is the ruling party.
Zimbabwe's manufacturing sector is threatened by cheap imports, a shortage of cash and little investment.