Grace Mugabe on Thursday called on Vice President Joice Mujuru to resign from her position while also confirming she had presidential ambitions.
Zimbabwe's first lady Grace Mugabe has announced her candidacy to succeed her husband, 90-year-old president Robert Mugabe, when he leaves office.
The 49-year-old Grace Mugabe, who is vying to become husband Robert Mugabe's successor, has threatened to expel the vice-president from the party.
Zimbabwe's first lady has state resources on tap. But will it be enough to win her the presidency?
Zimbabwe's first lady addressed her third rally in a week, this time in Harare, but critics have not taken her call for unity of purpose seriously.
New requirements may prove to be an unassailable hurdle for Vice-President Joice Mujuru's opponents.
Political manoeuvring has cleared a path to the December elective congress for the vice-president.
Information, Media and Broadcasting Services Minister Jonathan Moyo is accused of using the media hearings as a battlefield to curry public favour.
Vice-president Joice Mujuru claims she was misquoted when she warned against corruption exposés.
The vice-president's faction has all but cleaned up in Zanu-PF's elections, but the race isn't over yet.
The vice-president's faction now dominates, but opponents are saying the polls were irregular.
Investment in new machinery and a focus on transport systems will induce growth.
Emmerson Mnangagwa's faction has been mostly sidelined during the Zimbabwe Cabinet's appointment process in favour of Joice Mujuru's supporters.
Zanu-PF’s divisive internal power battles were again at play this week as its two factions battled to control influential positions in Parliament.
Factions in Zanu-PF are using the previously ineffective corruption commission to fight internal battles.
Zimbabwe's Vice-President Joice Mujuru has signalled that the country will not allow monitors from outside the SADC to watch this year's elections.
The estate of the late army general is being carefully managed following claims on behalf of illegitimate children and creditors.
Fights among rival groups within Zanu-PF at a regional level, over vote-rigging and intimidation, may stall Zimbabwe's elections.
Rival Zanu-PF factions are forced to backpedal.