Officials are not in agreement on plans to mortgage the country's minerals to China.
The emergence of hate language betrays the party's historical means of silencing dissent.
Despite Zimbabwe's shrinking economy, Allan Gray is upping its stakes in the Zimbabwean sorghum beer and mobile phone markets.
The state's 'climbing up' and 'climbing down' on indigenisation is frustrating economic recovery.
Consumers in Zimbabwe are downgrading, opting for cheaper sorghum brew and Chinese clothing imports.
The country is not a failed state and international re-engagement can rescue the situation.
The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange was booming last year, but the inflow of capital from overseas seems to be drying up.
A recent World Bank report says almost half of Zimbabweans run small businesses on the side.
Facing serious funding problems, the Zimbabwean government may switch on the money presses again.
Zimbabwe's liquidity crunch is taking its toll, but labour groups say bosses are 'cheating' their workers.
National Railways of Zimbabwe has ambitious dreams, but it forgets one key aspect – funding.
Increased imports, reduced exports, a weaker rand and closing firms conspire against Zimbabwe's recovery.
Unicef estimates that 13% of Zimbabwean children are engaged in child labour, a problem spurred by the demise of the country's manufacturing sector.
An internal report from Zanu-PF’s central committee says that pilfering has reached alarming levels.
Zimbabwe has a good plan for reviving the economy but how it will finance the massive spending is raising questions.
Robert Mugabe's apparent landslide election victory has prompted fears that Zimbabwe's economy is in for another bumpy ride.
A moratorium on spending by any government department is in place until after the polls.
Zimbabwe's business sector is hoping for peaceful and credible elections and a clarification on policy in order to foster economic growth.
For foreign investors from around the world who are watching Zimbabwe, it is not a question of if but when to jump into the market.