'Rebels' from the MDC-T are looking to form an alliance against Robert Mugabe and Zanu-PF - but without Morgan Tsvangirai.
Chenjerai Hove reminisces about what April 18 1980 meant for him.
The faithful in Zimbabwe are praying for deliverance – and so is the ruling party.
Is there reason to assume that Zimbabwe's independence was ever as fundamental a revolution as it has been popularly envisioned?
SADC diplomats fear Zimbabwe may abuse its new positions to settle old scores with Europe, at the expense of the continent.
Even the finance minister does not know where to find the cash to pay the state's pressing obligations.
A recent World Bank report says almost half of Zimbabweans run small businesses on the side.
The economy has taken a turn for the worst but the party is confident it will overcome the problems.
Zimbabwe's manufacturing sector is threatened by cheap imports, a shortage of cash and little investment.
Facing serious funding problems, the Zimbabwean government may switch on the money presses again.
Phillip Chiyangwa says residents' claim of state ownership of the property is a payment dodge.
Kizito Gweshe is accused of victimising a partner who stood in the way of a property deal.
Grace Mugabe has 'confiscated' land from a horticultural company, putting the government-owned Agribank at risk of defaulting on IDC loans.
The cash strapped Hwange Colliery Company has again delayed a decision to accept a cash injection from British tycoon Nicholas van Hoogstraten.
A Zanu-PF politician is demanding millions for introducing controversial businessman Billy Rautenbach to key state officials.
Zimbabwe's liquidity crunch is taking its toll, but labour groups say bosses are 'cheating' their workers.
Zanu-PF officials say retaliation for Grace Mugabe's visa denial comes at the cost of economic opportunity.
Despite promising to act against corruption, the president is unlikely to lift a finger against graft.
With no stimulus or currency measures at hand, the Zimbabwean government can do little but watch the downward spiral.
The MDC leader is trying to prove to supporters, donors – and even to himself – that he is still popular.