Zimbabwe's civic leaders say there is a growing debate around discrepancies between old laws and the Constitution, which was adopted in March 2013.
Unemployment in Zimbabwe is on the rise as businesses close or downsize. In Harare alone, 711 companies shut down in 24 months.
The editor of a state-run newspaper has appeared in court on charges of subversion and undermining the authority of Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe.
A Zanu-PF insider and security agent said editor Edmund Kudzayi was viewed as a security threat.
Political factional fights in the Zanu-PF have led to a media crackdown with suspicious break-ins and raids on three editors' offices.
An interim audit of Zimbabwe land reforms has found that policy regulations were flouted by some people who registered land in their children's names.
Zimbabwe's Cabinet has ordered that an equity law which forces foreign companies to cede majority shareholding to local investors be amended.
Hundreds of illegal settlers have invaded sugar estates owned by Tongaat Hullet, raising concerns about the security of foreign investment.
A Supreme Court of Appeal ruling compelling SA authorities to probe alleged crimes against humanity in Zimbabwe, is being challenged in the Concourt.
Zimbabwe needs to repair its relations with Western powerhouses in order to get it economic development back on track, says a report.
Even the keenest of observers are growing weary of the constant twists and turns in the story of Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe's succession.
Zimbabwe's finance minister has pledged that the country will not take foreign investment capital in its indigenisation policy.
Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe says he gets by on a modest salary of $4 000 a month because of "hard times" facing the country.
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.