Zimbabwe wants a single diamond mining company to operate in Marange, and it looks like the frontrunner is one with close links to Robert Mugabe.
President Robert Mugabe has voiced his support of President Yoweri Museveni's anti-gay laws in Uganda and hinted at following suit in Zimbabwe.
Drowzy Mole digs into his bank of bits 'n bobs and finds a piece that was cut from Dali Tambo's famous interview with "the Zimbabwe Ruins".
Nevermind the naysayers, Your Excellency, why not make February 21 a public holiday?
Zimbabwe's celebration of "the life of a very special person" has been criticised for coming at a time of job losses and slowing economic growth.
Ahead of his 90th birthday, Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe has travelled to Singaport for an eye operation.
The European Union has suspended sanctions on eight of Zimbabwe's military and political figures but have kept them on Robert Mugabe and his wife.
The report into the controversial 2002 Zim elections has disappeared from the judge's chambers after a state attorney's bid to "retrieve" it failed.
Platinum mines linked to Zimbabwe's government have been excused from funding a $3-billion refinery plant.
European Union sources say the organisation plans to ease sanctions on Zimbabwe, however it will maintain its restrictions imposed on Robert Mugabe.
Despite President Robert Mugabe's grief, he spoke for an hour unaided at his sister's funeral and put paid to rumours of his own death.
A human rights group has claimed the Canadian singer's trip to Harare sends the wrong message, but Adams's manager has defended the concert.
Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe, whose state of health has sparked speculation in recent years, has credited his longevity to "God's will".
The president's policy of rewarding soldiers for loyalty is said to be at the core of the parastatal rot.
A Bill, which must first gain parliamentary approval before being signed into law, has proposed levies on mining companies.
From New Year's Day, Zimbabwe wll ban foreigners from owning a majority stake in a host of businesses.
Zimbabwe's ambassador to Australia is seeking political asylum and fears she might be arrested if she returns to her home country.
Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe denounced divisions in his Zanu-PF party as factions aligned with members hoping to become his successor.