Details of a deal for an upmarket estate outside Harare for well-off state officials are secret.
Secretary for administration Didymus Mutasa's failing health would prevent him from actively pursuing promotion at Zanu-PF's elective congress.
Transparency International Zimbabwe has called for the overhaul of the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission amid concern that it is ineffective.
The president used his daughter's wedding to issue a warning to homosexual activists.
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.
Insiders say the troubled party is being starved of funds to force a change in its leadership.
Flooding in Zimbabwe has stranded thousands of families, and the government cannot cope with sheltering them.
Some Zimbabwean parliamentarians are being unusually critical about their own government's failures.
Companies in which General Solomon Mujuru had interests have fallen on hard times.
Recent threats of farm invasion in Zimbabwe are making both new and old farmers nervous, and have resulted in disruptions to farming activity.
Compensation remains unresolved as questions about the land watchdog's independence persist.
Land invaders are keeping the state from going ahead with a potentially lucrative transfrontier deal with South Africa and Mozambique.
Workers and farmers in Zimbabwe are not being paid and the agricultural minister says a cash injection is urgent.
Agriculture experts warn about the hype around tobacco and the high prices that the crop is fetching.
The MDC's treasurer general says there's no going back on his efforts to renew the party leadership.
The country's 40 embassies and five consulates are not being paid what has been budgeted for them — and their bills have fallen into arrears.
Former freedom fighters in Zimbabwe demand their reward in the form of sugarcane plots.
Run down by poor management and government interference, the airline now finds itself insolvent, and failing to attract investment.
Nevermind the naysayers, Your Excellency, why not make February 21 a public holiday?
Vice-president Joice Mujuru claims she was misquoted when she warned against corruption exposés.