Zimbabweans themselves must resolve a row over President Robert Mugabe's decision to call an election on July 31, says the head of the AU commission.
The Southern Africa Development Community on Saturday called on Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe to delay elections scheduled for July 31.
Southern African leaders have gathered to address tension between President Robert Mugabe and Morgan Tsvangirai ahead of Zimbabwe's general election.
The United States has urged Zimbabwe to allow international monitors to watch elections due to be held by late July.
Why did Dali Tambo's interviewing style of Robert Mugabe deserve such vitriolic attack from Verashni Pillay, wonders ANC chairperson Luther Lebelo.
The Southern African Development Community's summit to discern Zimbabwe's readiness to hold legal and fair elections has been postponed.
This week the media got a tongue lashing over its Oscar Pistorius coverage, the ANC Youth League is in the red and twerkers let it all hang out.
Zimbabwe's Robert Mugabe might have taken flack for his policies, but South Africans could learn from him about being masters of their destinies.
Dali Tambo's mistake is to insist upon a mythical neutrality that gives him permission to avoid the hard questions, writes Verashni Pillay.
Dali Tambo has defended his interview with Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe after it was called a "PR exercise" by a competitor.
Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe says he will hold elections by July 31, despite calls by Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai for reforms first.
Zimbabwe's Constitutional Court has ordered President Robert Mugabe to hold elections before the end of July.
Zanu-PF and the MDC are in new talks as legal problems delay President Robert Mugabe's wish for elections on June 29.
Robert Mugabe has criticised Nelson Mandela for being too soft on whites in a documentary offering a rare look at the Zimbabwean president.
A "People of the South" episode catches Robert Mugabe over lunch with his wife and children, talking of love, family, politics and Tony Blair.
President Robert Mugabe has signed Zimbabwe's new Constitution into law, clearing the path to crucial elections later this year.
A lecturer at a university in Zimbabwe has been jailed for three months for calling President Robert Mugabe "a rotten old donkey," say lawyers.
Zimbabwe Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai says he is poised to sweep to victory in upcoming presidential elections.
Zimbabwe's state media is celebrating the "exposure" of a sinister campaign for the opposition by Coca-Cola.