The government wants the United Nations to cut aid and give it cash to boost the economy instead.
If an appeal court ruling is applied to the letter, the SAPS should be going after Bashar al-Assad and George W Bush, writes Ziyad Motala.
Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights says more than 100 prisoners have died in Zimbabwe due to "nutrition-related illnesses".
A court ruling that SA must look into allegations that exiled Zimbabwean activists were tortured in Zimbabwe in 2007 could well set a precedent.
In a move that has raised eyebrows, Zimbabwe's national carrier has entered into a 'privatisation by stealth' deal to improve its fortunes.
Information officers at key border posts have been hailed by officials and traders. But their funding is ending.
Zimbabwe will press ahead with controversial plans to ban foreigners from owning bakeries, barber shops, estate agencies and other businesses.
South African authorities have been ordered to investigate 2007 Zim torture allegations that were initially blocked by government.
A Zimbabwe court has dropped charges against rights lawyer Beatrice Mtetwa following prosecutors' failure to present evidence to support their case.
Bullying of rights activists continues in Zimbabwe despite the country's new Constitution, which enshrines democratic rights, says a rights watchdog.
Those aspiring to take over from Mugabe have taken their fights into the public domain, writes Kudzai Mashininga.
The 81 countries taking part in the Kimberley Process have called on the US to follow the EU's lead and lift sanctions on Zimbabwean mines.
Despite his strict West-inspired dress code and use of English, Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe says he is African through and through.
An opposition official in Zimbabwe who reported finding dumped ballot papers in a dustbin has been convicted of fraud and breaching electoral laws.
Government has ordered that fuel must be blended with ethanol, but there are fears that ethanol could damage vehicles and impact on food security.
The central bank governor’s term ends this month but if President Robert Mugabe asks him to stay on again, he might.
The deadlocked buyout of Ziscosteel by a foreign investor has left its workers living hand to mouth.
Gay people were painted as the enemy in the ruling party's election campaign, so what hope of rights now?
Zimbabwe's Constitutional Court has dumped a law against insulting the president, which has been used to arrest Robert Mugabe's dissenters.