Despite his strict West-inspired dress code and use of English, Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe says he is African through and through.
Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe has sworn in a Cabinet consisting of party loyalists without retaining any members of the opposition.
A Zimbabwean independent monitoring group says it is impossible to hold free and fair elections in March when President Robert Mugabe wants the polls.
Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe has assured regional leaders that the adoption of a new Constitution is on track, ahead of proposed elections.
Police have fired tear gas to disperse supporters of Zimbabwe Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai’s MDC party outside a courthouse.
Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe has asked that political violence be "buried in the past", surprising people at Zimbabwe’s independence celebrations.
An inquest has ruled out foul play in the fiery death of former army commander Solomon Mujuru a top power broker in President Robert Mugabe’s party.
President Robert Mugabe says elections will "definitely" happen this year, calling politicians who say polls should be held in 2013 "cowards".
Global Witness has said mining officials loyal to President Robert Mugabe are stashing profits from Zimbabwe’s diamond fields off shore.
Suspicion that General Solomon Mujuru was murdered by political rivals had been raised after testimony before an inquest into his death ended.
Zimbabwean police have stopped a clergy retreat over claims that their prayer gathering was not given police clearance under sweeping security laws.
A militant Zimbabwean youth group is calling for a boycott of Nando’s, whose latest ad depicts President Mugabe as a lonely "last dictator standing".
The United States embassy in Zimbabwe has criticised police and judicial officials for failing to stop escalating political violence.
Zimbabwe’s central bank said it is enforcing new currency controls to stop the flight of cash from the southern African nation’s broke economy.
Zimbabwe’s Robert Mugabe on Tuesday urged lawmakers in the troubled coalition government to preach messages of peace ahead of proposed elections.
A top research group on Thursday rated Zimbabwe’s capital as the worst of 140 world cities in which to live but this study excluded war zones.
Tens of thousands of Zimbabweans flocked to a funeral for one of the nation’s main power brokers on Saturday.
A raging house fire has killed one of Zimbabwe’s main political brokers, raising questions about the succession battle within Zanu-PF.
A security guard could face 12 months in jail for remarks about Robert Mugabe’s health and a taunt over food shortages.
A court has ordered militant supporters of Robert Mugabe to stop exhuming hundreds of skeletons they say were the victims of colonial-era massacres.
Zimbabwean police detained 46 people, including a former lawmaker, for attending a lecture and discussion group on mass uprisings in Egypt.
Amnesty International said on Friday that Zimbabwe’s two-year-old coalition government has failed to end human rights abuses and political violence.
Britain protests harassment of a diplomat and attempts by ruling party supporters to disrupt the handover of an aid project.
Zimbabwe has seen a surge in political violence and intimidation as the government prepares for national elections, an advocacy group said.
Militants of Mugabe’s party have launched raids on tourism lodges on the shores of the Zimbabwe capital’s main fishing and leisure area.
Western visitors to Zimbabwe are looking for zeros. They’re snapping up old Zimbabwe bank notes, most notably the one hundred trillion dollar bill.
Zimbabwe’s president vowed on Friday to avenge Western economic curbs imposed on his ruling party.
Zimbabwean political parties on Tuesday dismissed WikiLeaks revelations that a power sharing deal between them is doomed because of acute differences.
The US ranks high on President Robert Mugabe’s enemies list, but at ground level it is leading a war on HIV/Aids.
A Zimbabwean white farmers’ organisation said they had seen a "renewed onslaught" of farm seizures and attacks.
Zimbabwe’s PM has asked the UN, EU and four nations not to recognise six ambassadors that President Robert Mugabe appointed without consulting him.
The two North Korean-made statues were meant to honour a national hero but people were so offended that one was taken down almost immediately.