Zanu-PF faces the difficult task of appeasing its supporters, who have been left fuming over Green Fuel's expansion.
South Africa and Botswana want to limit the number of Zimbabweans in their countries.
President Mugabe has derided new landowners for renting out farms to white commercial farmers dispossessed of their farms.
New requirements may prove to be an unassailable hurdle for Vice-President Joice Mujuru's opponents.
Officials are not in agreement on plans to mortgage the country's minerals to China.
Billy Rautenbach is tangled in a spat over land use and is said to be ready to move a multimillion ethanol project to Zambia.
The MDC leader's explanation of his infidelities has been met with both disdain and praise.
A new generation won't settle for more of the same and is talking deep-rooted change.
With the progression of time, the MDC has allowed itself to be gradually diverted from its original ethos and founding principles.
Political manoeuvring has cleared a path to the December elective congress for the vice-president.
From taxis to tomatoes, the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority is looking for cash as the formal sector dries up.
The arrest of Baba Jukwa has triggered sharp divisions among security forces in Zimbabwe.
Priorities such as sorting out the economy will be set aside as Zimbabwe focuses on preparing for Zanu-PF's elective congress.
Zimbabwe can hasten its recovery by abolishing user fees and expanding its fiscal resources.
Information minister Jonathan Moyo was put under pressure to explain the appointment of 'hostile' journalist Edmund Kudzayi.
The recent arrest of 'Sunday Mail' editor Edmund Kudzayi on charges of terrorism indicates foreboding times for the Zimbabwean media.
Parties have agreed to retain their identities but say they will field only one candidate for president.
A series of heated email exchanges has exposed rumblings of discontent among members of the Information and Media Panel of Inquiry.