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Tsvangirai sues Mugabe over power sharing

Zimbabwe's prime minister filed a lawsuit on Thursday against President Robert Mugabe, alleging he violated the constitution.

Zimbabwe govt takes over diamond mine

Zimbabwe's government is taking over a joint mining venture after allegations its private partners are blood diamond dealers.

Zim coalition agrees on some disputed posts

The Zimbabwe prime minister's party said on Friday one of its differences with President Robert Mugabe over sharing of key posts was still in dispute.

Zim diamond-crime whistleblower freed

A judge has freed on bail an activist jailed for more than five weeks on allegations of passing false information on diamond-mining violations.

Zim police arrest two gay rights activists

Zimbabwe police have arrested two members of a homosexual rights organisation following a raid on their office on Friday.

Zim rivals announce breakthrough

Zimbabwe's rival leaders met on Monday and announced they had reached two agreements, offering rare reason for hope after a year of disappointment.

Mugabe wants to regain lost ground

Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe said on Saturday the unity government is short-lived and he plans to regain his hold over the country.

Zuma: Let Zim back into Commonwealth

South African President Jacob Zuma has urged, during a Commonwealth summit, that Zimbabwe be re-admitted into the group, the presidency said.

Zim judge orders Bennett back to jail

A prominent aide to Zimbabwe's prime minister was sent to jail to await trial on charges linked to long-discredited allegations.

Zim activists sue state for $500m

A prominent Zimbabwean human rights activist and eight others are suing the government for -million, their lawyer said.

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