A liquidity crunch, a steep drop in consumer spending and uncertainty over Zimbabwe policy has seen company stocks fall for the sixth day in a row.
Prince Asiel Ben Israel faces a five-year prison sentences for trying to persuade US lawmakers to lift sanctions against Zimbabwe's government.
A banking mogul has promised to help return investors spooked by Zimbabwe's asset seizures and local-ownership laws, says minister Patrick Chinamasa.
Zanu-PF says the war veterans' move on to land owned by Tongaat Hulett is illegal, but the vets claim they were promised land in return for votes.
The incoming Zimbabwean central bank governor will focus on regulation rather than money controls in a country which has abandoned its own currency.
Mines Minister Walter Chidhakwa says he is holding "interesting discussions" with Impala Platinum about building a base-metal refinery in Zimbabwe.
President Robert Mugabe has voiced his support of President Yoweri Museveni's anti-gay laws in Uganda and hinted at following suit in Zimbabwe.
Land invaders are keeping the state from going ahead with a potentially lucrative transfrontier deal with South Africa and Mozambique.
Workers and farmers in Zimbabwe are not being paid and the agricultural minister says a cash injection is urgent.
Drowzy Mole digs into his bank of bits 'n bobs and finds a piece that was cut from Dali Tambo's famous interview with "the Zimbabwe Ruins".
The loss of the Khampepe report is a high-profile instance of what is becoming a common occurrence in our courts and in government departments.
The country's 40 embassies and five consulates are not being paid what has been budgeted for them — and their bills have fallen into arrears.
Zimbabwe's celebration of "the life of a very special person" has been criticised for coming at a time of job losses and slowing economic growth.
Ahead of his 90th birthday, Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe has travelled to Singaport for an eye operation.
The European Union has suspended sanctions on eight of Zimbabwe's military and political figures but have kept them on Robert Mugabe and his wife.
The report into the controversial 2002 Zim elections has disappeared from the judge's chambers after a state attorney's bid to "retrieve" it failed.
Platinum mines linked to Zimbabwe's government have been excused from funding a $3-billion refinery plant.
The Zimbabwean government has restricted the importation of poultry and sugar, and banned maize imports.
European Union sources say the organisation plans to ease sanctions on Zimbabwe, however it will maintain its restrictions imposed on Robert Mugabe.