Munjodzi Mutandiri is not the kind of guy who does his work with a puffed chest. He does not shout from a platform or pound his fist from a podium.
This week's arrest of two senior Zimbabwean journalists has underlined just how far the unity government has to go before it can restore confidence.
US ambassador to Zimbabwe James McGee slams Zanu-PF for their continued mismanagement during the move to a unity government.
Donors want the Zimbabwe government to stop land seizures, writes Jason Moyo.
The rand would be used to measure progress, but would not become Zimbabwe's official currency.
In meetings with government and central bank officials an IMF delegation made repeated demands for Zimbabwe to honour its debts.
Southern African leaders have failed miserably in saving Zimbabweans from a government that has lost all legitimacy, Graça Machel says.
MDC leader Morgan Tsvangirai on Saturday returned to Zimbabwe for the first time in more than two months, ahead of a new meeting with Robert Mugabe.
A top Zimbabwe judge has said a regional court had no jurisdiction to rule that 78 white farmers could keep land lost to Harare's land-reform scheme.
Zimbabwe's cholera epidemic is picking up speed, with a total of 1 732 deaths out of 34 306 cases, the WHO said on Tuesday.
The Red Cross has deployed seven emergency teams normally reserved for major global disasters to fight Zimbabwe's worsening cholera epidemic.
In the blazing midday sun, Fungai Lindlela watches as her baby pushes a sticky ball of maize meal into her mouth in a makeshift refugee camp.
The United Nations says the cholera death toll in Zimbabwe has risen to over 1 500 and case fatality rates are increasing.
Zimbabwe has appealed against a court ruling ordering the release of Jestina Mukoko and several others accused of plotting against the government.
A Zimbabwean peace activist has been traced to a notorious maximum security prison despite a court order that she be taken to hospital.
The regime of Robert Mugabe has "no intention" of releasing a rights activist accused of recruiting anti-government plotters, a lawyer said on Friday.
Zimbabwe's high court ordered on Wednesday that a top rights activist, who was seized weeks ago, be released to hospital.
A former Zimbabwean newscaster is expected to appear in court on Wednesday on charges of plotting to overthrow President Robert Mugabe's government.
At overflowing dumpsters in Zimbabwe's capital, desperate vagrants pounced on garbage bags and fought over chicken bones and scraps of discarded food.
We will count those who threw it in and left the country this year. Bloody cowards, we will lie to ourselves for comfort.