George Charamba said the South African government had to make the final decision on whether to invite Mugabe to South Africa's oldest university.
April 18 marked 36 years of self-rule for Zimbabwe. Trevor Ncube argues that a new set of principled leaders is needed to save the country.
President Robert Mugabe is on a mission to seek investment in Zimbabwe whilst on a five-day state visit to Japan, amid a deepening economic crisis.
In a letter published on his Facebook page, the former president ignores the concerns of many observers about the legitimacy of the 2002 elections.
The trouble is Mugabe probably knows that, according to international laws, he’s not much better than those he is criticising.
Every year the media and assorted 'prophets' predict his death, but he keeps on keeping on.
A new book probes the life and times of Thomas Mapfumo, Zimbabwe’s hailed chimurenga music pioneer.
Opposition leader states that president's wife has taken over in a "palace coup" and no one in government does anything about the country's crisis.
David Smith reflects on a Machiavellian Jacob Zuma, a warped Robert Mugabe, and the people of South Africa and the continent who won his admiration.
Robert Mugabe, the Zimbabwean president, is being honoured for supposedly "injecting fresh energy" into the global quest for harmony.
Joice Mujuru brings with her a welcome dose of excitement, but is yet to demonstrate her ability to build a true mass movement.
This week we take a look at the crime stats, the corrupt take a stand against the corrupt and just so you know, we are not gays!
This week Mugabe shows his age, SA rugby (still) needs transformation, the Flabba saga continues and Chile earthquake leads to mass evacuation.
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe has gifted the Twittersphere with more reasons for laughter after he read the wrong speech in Parliament.
Robert Mugabe read the wrong speech at the opening of a new session of Parliament in Zimbabwe, repeating an address he gave last month.
Zimbabwean peasant farmers accuse Billy Rautenbach of destroying their livelihoods.
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe will be quizzed on the economic crisis following his State of the Nation speech.
For first time in over 15 years, Mugabe openly asked for Western re-engagement in the ailing Zimbabwe economy in his State of the Nation address.
There is no money for compensation, but 23 white-owned farms have been targeted.