Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe has filed an urgent application with the country's top court to push back crucial elections by two weeks.
Zimbabweans themselves must resolve a row over President Robert Mugabe's decision to call an election on July 31, says the head of the AU commission.
The United States has urged Zimbabwe to allow international monitors to watch elections due to be held by late July.
Stripped of their citizenship ahead of the 2002 polls, thousands born in Zimbabwe became 'aliens'.
As an editor and a reporter are charged, journalists are bracing for more arrests ahead of elections.
Zanu-PF is frustrating moves by SADC to ensure the country's elections are free and fair and has made moves to shut out Zuma's facilitation team.
Zimbabwe needs cash, but it might find that South Africa's purse comes with strings attached.
Zimbabwe has withdrawn its appeal for UN funds to help hold key elections this year, after the world body demanded to meet civic groups.
Cash-strapped Zimbabwe has been appealing for foreign help to fund presidential and parliamentary elections planned for later this year.
A fair election with Morgan Tsvangirai party the outright winner is the most probable scenario, prime minister says.
The Constitutional Court has been asked to step in over 'delaying strategy' on election document.
Zimbabwe's wheels of justice turn slowly. Much slower if you belong to the "wrong" political party.
Police have released without charge two staffers from Morgan Tsvangirai's office who were taken in for questioning two days ago.
Zimbabweans began voting in a referendum expected to adopt a new constitution that would clip presidential powers.
The campaign in Zimbabwe has been hampered by a lack of resources and scepticism about change.
The presidency has failed to comply with yet another court order directing it to provide the Khampepe report on Zimbabwe's 2002 elections to the M&G.
It has been a long road from the high court to the Supreme Court of Appeal, and then on to the Constitutional Court and back to the high court.
Zanu-PF officials are anxious that a report by South African judges on Zimbabwe's 2002 election could soon be made public, party insiders say.
It has taken more than three years for Zimbabwean politicians to agree on a draft constitution, but voters now only have three weeks to study it.
Zanu-PF is worried that Khampepe documents may open rifts in the party ahead of elections.