Jealousy Mawarire says those criticising him were being malicious and were jealous of his successful court application to set an election date.
The Zimbabwe ConCourt ruled that elections should be held by July 31 but Zanu-PF is ill-prepared for the poll despite pushing for an early date.
The Parliamentary Legal Committee is set to reverse mining fee regulations enacted by Minister Obert Mpofu that it says are unconstitutional.
At 84 000 Facebook "likes" and growing, the anonymous user who calls himself Baba Jukwa is a pain in Zanu-PF's side.
The Movement for Democratic Change has adjusted policies in its election manifesto but is this enough to win against Zanu-PF later this year?
The Joint Monitoring and Implementation Committee's proposal to oversee polls has Zanu-PF insisting its role in the government must end.
The opposition's attempt to win the army in Zimbabwe is not new and is unlikely to succeed as the military is keen to prove its loyalty to Mugabe.
Zimbabwe police have arrested a youth leader from Morgan Tsvangirai's party for allegedly undermining the authority of President Robert Mugabe.
The ruling party has increased military presence in some areas and openly admonishes citizens for voting for other parties, footage obtained by M&G shows
An independent development bank says Zimbabwe's grain reserves are running dangerously low ahead of new but poor harvests caused by erratic rain.
Zimbabwe ruling party "goes all out" on the internet.
The multinational's local unit is uneasy after the Zimbabwean government targeted it to raise money for elections.
Ongoing abuses and alleged intimidation by Mugabe's Zanu-PF party has prompted many to question the easing of sanctions by the European Union.
Arrested for 'defeating and obstructing' justice, Beatrice Mtetwa remains indomitably defiant.
Four aides to Zimbabwe's prime minister have been charged with breaching the official secrets code as their lawyer was accused of obstructing justice.
Footage obtained by the Mail & Guardian reveals how both Zanu-PF and the MDC-T are using food to bribe Zimbabweans for votes ahead of the elections.
Zimbabweans began voting in a referendum expected to adopt a new constitution that would clip presidential powers.
The ANC has once again promised to support Zanu-PF in Zimbabwe's upcoming elections, saying the party is knowledgable about the country's needs.
Robert Mugabe, celebrating his 89th birthday, has said he will defeat his opponents in elections this year and remain in power for another five years.
Discussions about a deal for the army and police must start now if the country is to experience a smooth transition in the event of an MDC win.