Fanuel Jongwe

Zimbabweans jubilant during ‘Mugabe must go’ march

People were elated and celebrated "the dawn of a new Zimbabwe", waving flags as crowds started arriving in cars, busses and on the back of trucks.

Mnangagwa: Zimbabwe’s leader in waiting?

​Emmerson Mnangagwa appears well-placed to return to a leading role in Zimbabwe following the army's takeover

Grace Mugabe joins fray over Zim succession

The appointment of Robert Mugabe's wife as leader of the Zanu-PF Women's League could propel Grace Mugabe into the party's powerful politburo.

Mugabe inauguration: To be attended by many, boycotted by one

Around 40 leaders have been invited to attend Robert Mugabe's "grand" inauguration - an event election rival Morgan Tsvangirai will not show up at.

UN calls for calm as Zanu-PF surges toward victory

Zimbabwe's Robert Mugabe looked poised to win a seventh term in office after romping to victory in parliamentary polls.

Zim’s draft constitution ‘a flawed compromise’

Analysts critical of Zimbabwe's draft constitution say it is a flawed collection of compromises that is doomed to be "thrown away by future nations".

Cars clog Zimbabwe’s streets as economy sputters back to life

As incomes rebound, cars flood back on to Zimbabwe's streets.

Succession debate resumes after Mugabe’s health scare

Robert Mugabe has returned to Zimbabwe after a trip to Singapore fuelled rumours of his ailing health, reviving concerns about who would succeed him.

Summit on Zimbabwe to set course toward elections

Southern African leaders are due to meet to lay out a plan to guide Zimbabwe toward elections, which could settle a debate within Zanu-PF.

Moonlighting now a way of life for Zim workers

Watson Chimbira mingles with mourners at the Chitungwiza cemetery outside Zimbabwe's capital, where he digs graves and paints epitaphs.

Zim unity govt marks two years in power

Zimbabwe's shaky unity government on Friday marks two years in power, but President Robert Mugabe's call for early polls has sparked fears violence.

Christmas an ordinary day for Zim’s rural poor

For ordinary Zimbabweans this Christmas will bring a mixture of pleasure and pain, with once-empty shops full of food but most unable to pay for it.

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