Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe says the wave of violence against foreign nationals in SA should never happen again elsewhere on the continent.
Hwange National Park currently hosts three times the amount of elephants the park can handle, and the animals are bothering neighbouring villages.
While getting his hair cut at a barber shop, a Zimbabwean activist was taken by five men - and has never been seen since.
At least one prisoner was killed and 23 prisoners were injured during a three-hour long riot at a maximum security prison in Harare.
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe on Saturday celebrated his 91st birthday with a lavish bash attended by thousands of ruling party faithful.
The president is having his 91st birthday bash this weekend - but Zimbabweans hurt by the economy are not in the mood to celebrate.
Zimbabwe's finance minister appealed Monday to the African Development Bank to ease the terms on the $566-million it is late in repaying.
The fast food chain has done a chicken run, distancing itself from an ad that depicts Robert Mugabe falling, labelling it an "abuse" of the brand.
Conservationists are angry over reports that wild animals including elephants are to be slaughtered and served at Robert Mugabe's 91st birthday party.
Zimbabwe's state media on Sunday praised President Robert Mugabe for being 'mentally agile' enough to break his much-publicised fall.
The presidentâ€™s fall on the red carpet made him mortal - but laid bare the nationâ€™s hate and hurt.
Zimbabwe's ruling party has called the EU's lifting of a travel ban on President Robert Mugabe "inconsequential".
A split is imminent in Zanu-PF as former Vice President Joice Mujuru and her allies will commence a legal challenge of Robert Mugabe's leadership.
A Zimbabwe minister says the business of abusing the First Lady, Grace Mugabe's name, must come to an end, denying her involvement in the evictions.
Indigenisation Minister Christopher Mushohwe may not uphold the previous minister's empowerment credits deal with Impala Platinum's Zimbabwe unit.
You might one day meet a man in overalls and workersâ€™ boots, carrying a bagful of maize cobs on his massive shoulders.
Zimbabwe's new Indigenisation minister says foreigners should feel lucky that they are getting such a large amount of shares in local businesses.
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe says vice-presidents Emmerson Mnangagwa and Phelekezela Mphoko are merely there so he can 'give them work to do'.