Zimbabwe's Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai said on Thursday the country could only hold elections next year.
For the first time in years, there is a perceptible movement by skilled workers back to Zimbabwe.
More than 200 000 Zimbabweans have applied to the Home Affairs department to legalise their stay in South Africa, officials said on Friday.
Declaring loyalty and funding Mugabe's party is good for business -- or so it would have executives believe.
Zimbabwe PM Morgan Tsvangirai says that elections cannot take place in his country without reforms and a constitutional review.
Four very different books on Zimbabwe cast diverse perspectives on the country's past and current issues -- besides saying a lot about the authors.
Zimbabwe has found an unlikely ally in Botswana President Ian Khama in the latest of a series of calls to lift sanctions on the embattled country.
Jacob Zuma on Wednesday told European parliamentarians that lifting sanctions against Zimbabwe would help the country work through its problems.
The heady optimism that greeted the unity pact two years ago has been replaced by resignation.
Robert Mugabe could be president of Zimbabwe until he is 97 years old if he has his way in the country's protracted struggle for a new constitution.
An appreciation of the potential of peasant agricultural production in Zimbabwe is not new, argues Piers Pigou.
Zimbabwe's rival leaders faced fresh pressure on Thursday to mend their differences and push toward new elections.
Zimbabwe's bickering leaders were upbeat on Wednesday about talks brokered by South African President Jacob Zuma.
SAPresident Jacob Zuma arrived in Zimbabwe on Tuesday for fresh talks aimed at easing tensions within the year-old unity government.
Robert Mugabe celebrated his 86th birthday at a foreign embassy and the glee on his face was telling ...
British Prime Minister Gordon Brown insisted on Thursday that Zimbabwe must make more progress before sanctions can be lifted.
South African President Jacob Zuma discussed Zimbabwe's troubled power-sharing government with Prime Minister Gordon Brown on Thursday.
President Robert Mugabe said on Wednesday that he and his partners in Zimbabwe's unity government agreed that "sanctions must go".
A massive brain drain has hit Zimbabwe's main university, which has less than half of its required staff.
The MDC has called for fresh elections in Zimbabwe if the current deadlock between rival factions of the power-sharing government persists.