A delayed condolence message from Robert Mugabe to the family of Nelson Mandela has raised speculation that Harare was reluctant to recognise Mandela.
Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe's early days have been marked by promises, not delivery. What hurdles is the leader facing?
Former SA president Thabo Mbeki says his country was asked by the UK for help with a military plan to remove Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe.
Zimbabwe will press ahead with controversial plans to ban foreigners from owning bakeries, barber shops, estate agencies and other businesses.
A Zimbabwe court has dropped charges against rights lawyer Beatrice Mtetwa following prosecutors' failure to present evidence to support their case.
Bullying of rights activists continues in Zimbabwe despite the country's new Constitution, which enshrines democratic rights, says a rights watchdog.
The party seems to have realised that it cannot continue with its hardline stance, writes Kudzai Mashininga.
The unspoken succession battle in Zimbabwe's ruling party has gone public and the party is struggling to limit the damage.
Those aspiring to take over from Mugabe have taken their fights into the public domain, writes Kudzai Mashininga.
The 81 countries taking part in the Kimberley Process have called on the US to follow the EU's lead and lift sanctions on Zimbabwean mines.
Despite his strict West-inspired dress code and use of English, Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe says he is African through and through.
Zimbabwe's Constitutional Court has dumped a law against insulting the president, which has been used to arrest Robert Mugabe's dissenters.
Zimbabwe has passed laws ordering that imported petrol be blended with 10% of locally produced ethanol.
Ahead of Zanu-PF's provincial executive elections, party factions position their candidates in provinces and prepare to take over top posts.
"I do not want to visit France for romantic purposes. I want to develop relations between us," says Robert Mugabe about the EU's Zimbabwe sanctions.
There are concerns that new regulations in Zimbabwe that allow for access to information without a warrant threatens democracy.
The sartorial choices of the man who has charted Zimbabwe's course for over three decades reflect the sharp edges to its attitude to the world.
Zim President Robert Mugabe's fiery condemnation of the West during the 68th UN general assembly resulted in the US delegation leaving in disgust.
Zimbabwe's Agriculture Minister Joseph Made says that imported maize is being handed out to vulnerable people in a bid to stave of famine.
A formed Zim politician fingered in a scandal involving $6-million, a Ghanaian and diamonds has denied fault.