Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe says vice-presidents Emmerson Mnangagwa and Phelekezela Mphoko are merely there so he can 'give them work to do'.
Jobs for pals, lack of accountability, the blurring of state and party – déjà vu?
Thabo Mbeki presents a distorted picture of what the presidency's defence against publishing the Khampepe report actually was - and why it failed.
Zimbabwean Vice-President Joice Mujuru was a moderate who built up a good working relationship with those in commerce, and even the opposition.
Abused women want the SAPS to act following the ruling about the country's international remit.
Zimbabwean vice-president Joice Mujuru has denied any involvement in a plot to assassinate the president, Robert Mugabe.
The release of the Khampepe report is a hollow victory if independent organisations do not change the way they monitor African elections in future.
Zim opposition parties and civil organisations say the report's findings "have vindicated us", are "spot on" and show Africa has a long way to go.
After a five year battle to access a report into vote-rigging during the 2002 Zimbabwe elections, the Concourt has finally ruled in the M&G's favour.
The prediction of a turning to executive deference by the Mogoeng court has come up short.
While Zimbabwean officials deny vice-president Joice Mujuru's resignation, President Robert Mugabe's wife Grace has embarked on a smear campaign.
Zimbabwe's opposition party announced a plan for peaceful demonstrations to press long-ruling President Robert Mugabe to accept key reforms.
The Constitutional Court says the police must investigate all crimes against humanity brought to their notice.
The Constitutional Court has ruled that the SAPS are obliged to investigate claims of torture committed in Zimbabwe.
Patients are being turned away from hospitals as doctors strike for better wages, amid claims the state is refusing to even discuss their concerns.
A lawyer involved in the case to release the secret report believes the highest of stakes are on the line.
Zimbabwe's first lady Grace Mugabe has announced her candidacy to succeed her husband, 90-year-old president Robert Mugabe, when he leaves office.
Zimbabwe's first lady addressed her third rally in a week, this time in Harare, but critics have not taken her call for unity of purpose seriously.
Zim's first lady used her maiden political rally to lash out at those in Zanu-PF who want Mugabe to step down but are too afraid to say so publicly.