President Mugabe took the funeral of a Zanu-PF stalwart to quote scripture in his take-down of the #ThisFlag movement creator Evan Mawarire.
Traders are responding to being fleeced by hustling everything from ice cream to eggs.
Zimbabweans are no longer looking for a new big leader, but turn to each other to save their nation.
As the citizen movement in Zimbabwe gains traction and people become more emboldened, the president seems to be keeping his head down.
The pastor behind the #ThisFlag freedom movement in Zimbabwe has been released, but his sister, Teldah Mawawire, believes trouble still lurks.
Many people can no longer afford hospital treatment and medication, and the number of those with medical aid has fallen by a third.
A social media campaign dubbed #ThisFlag and #ZimShutDown2016 saw Zimbabwean citizens stay home last week, in protest against the ruling ZANU-PF.
Evan Mawarire, the man behind the #ThisFlag protests, was charged under Section 36 of the Criminal Law (Codification and Reform) Act of Zimbabwe.
The government appears to be in a state of panic as unrest spreads across the beleaguered country.
The country is broke: there’s no cash and the economy is bankrupt — and a ban on imports has added fuel to the fire.
Zimbabwe has successfully won the support of chiefs and their people by combining a respect for tradition with safe, modern procedures.
Riots from Beitbridge to Harare squashed by riot police while government appears to have been taken by surprise.
Two days after Zimbabwe's Independence Day, a pastor started an online movement by sharing a video about his disappointment in his home country.
New bond notes will be introduced to mitigate against possible abuses of the new exchange and export incentive facility the bank has established.
April 18 marked 36 years of self-rule for Zimbabwe. Trevor Ncube argues that a new set of principled leaders is needed to save the country.
A programme with the health department sees motorbikes being used to deliver drugs to people in far-flung places who can't afford the fare.
President Robert Mugabe is on a mission to seek investment in Zimbabwe whilst on a five-day state visit to Japan, amid a deepening economic crisis.
By bus or taxi, going home for the long weekend is an opportunity for Zimbabweans to show their families the fruits of their labour in South Africa.