President Mugabe has derided new landowners for renting out farms to white commercial farmers dispossessed of their farms.
The emergence of hate language betrays the party's historical means of silencing dissent.
The recent arrest of 'Sunday Mail' editor Edmund Kudzayi on charges of terrorism indicates foreboding times for the Zimbabwean media.
Zimbabwe's civic leaders say there is a growing debate around discrepancies between old laws and the Constitution, which was adopted in March 2013.
The editor of a state-run newspaper has appeared in court on charges of subversion and undermining the authority of Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe.
The two leaders have been slugging it out since 2002 – and they will be at it again come the elections in 2018.
Corruption and incompetence do not matter if the president knows he can count on you.
Livid Zanu-PF officials say they will monitor the minister closely to ensure he toes the party line.
Information, Media and Broadcasting Services Minister Jonathan Moyo is accused of using the media hearings as a battlefield to curry public favour.
Political factional fights in the Zanu-PF have led to a media crackdown with suspicious break-ins and raids on three editors' offices.
The vice-president's allies won Mugabe to their cause, and the information minister is down – but not yet out.
An interim audit of Zimbabwe land reforms has found that policy regulations were flouted by some people who registered land in their children's names.
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe on Saturday accused his on-again, off-again information minister of fomenting divisions within the ruling party.
The Zimbabwean president is keen to improve his image as the mooted new chair of the regional body, but critics are worried.
The battle for control of Zanu-PF is raging but, whatever gains the factions make, the president remains the key player in the fight.
The former Zanu-PF leader is playing coy on plans to lead a grand coalition against President Robert Mugabe.
With Muammar Gaddafi out of the picture, President Robert Mugabe is severing commercial and diplomatic ties with Libya.
Zimbabwe needs to repair its relations with Western powerhouses in order to get it economic development back on track, says a report.
Land for 'New Harare' has been carved out at President Robert Mugabe's farm in a process shrouded in secrecy.