Zimbabwe students union takes President Robert Mugabe to court over the awarding of a controversial doctorate of philosophy degree to Grace Mugabe.
The Zimbabwe National Students Union condemns university Vice-Chancellor Professor Levi Nyagura for condoning Grace Mugabe's bogus doctorate.
The Supreme Court of Appeal rules that the government must hand the Khampepe Report on Zimbabwe’s 2002 elections over to the Mail & Guardian.
Doubt has been cast on the authenticity of the first lady's PhD, which bolsters her bid for a top party post.
Grace Mugabe - a recent PhD graduate and leader of Zanu-PF's women's league - may be destined to take the helm from her 90-year-old husband Robert.
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe voiced his support for Russia, describing Western sanctions against Moscow as "illegal".
Despite all the fanfare, the Asian giant is not the easy touch the Zimbabwean despot once knew.
The president has all but broken with his impartial stance on who will succeed him.
Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe has returned from China with optimistic reports on plans to work together on energy, infrastructure and transport.
Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe appears to have achieved his goal of extracting more cash from China.
Time and again they are willing to be used as pawns to bolster the patrimony of Zanu-PF.
As the new chairperson, he is already trying to further his own agenda in the region.
Robert Mugabe has said Jacob Zuma should cooperate with other SADC countries instead of trying to turn the region into a market for SA's products.
Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe says SADC must limit cooperation with Western countries, claiming foreign funding compromises its independence.
Zimbabwe has thanked President Jacob Zuma and his predecessors for the role they played in resolving Zimbabwe’s decade-long political crisis.
Critics have castigated President Robert Mugabe and the Zimbabwean government for imprinting Zanu-PF values on the theme of the SADC summit.
Will the president tone down his rhetoric to heal the rift with the Southern African Development Community?
Deep divisions over the next vice-president could cost the former party key positions it has traditionally held in Zanu-PF.
In an attempt to secure her own future, the first lady has become a willing pawn in Zanu-PF’s internal succession wars.