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.
Banks are struggling for liquidity, resulting in empty ATMs, as foreign banks now show signs of weakness alongside struggling local counterparts.
Christian sect leaders in Zimbabwe are slowly coming around to the idea of women giving birth at health clinics, instead of "birth camps".
A South African Reserve Bank plane, in which a body was discovered, is under heavy military guard in Harare with millions of Rands on board.
Every year the media and assorted 'prophets' predict his death, but he keeps on keeping on.
A new book probes the life and times of Thomas Mapfumo, Zimbabwe’s hailed chimurenga music pioneer.
A traumatic tangle of red tape awaits families of undocumented migrants who die in South Africa.
Opposition leader states that president's wife has taken over in a "palace coup" and no one in government does anything about the country's crisis.
Rural communities say they receive nothing from the huge fees hunters pay to kill big game.
Joice Mujuru brings with her a welcome dose of excitement, but is yet to demonstrate her ability to build a true mass movement.
Let's be history-makers. Let's be the change that we want. The power is in our hands, literally.
Robert Mugabe's former deputy plans to challenge him or his successor in Zimbabwe's next presidential elections in 2018.
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe will be quizzed on the economic crisis following his State of the Nation speech.
There is no money for compensation, but 23 white-owned farms have been targeted.