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Women the biggest losers in Zim election

The die has been cast against them, despite the reassurances of the country’s new leader

‘No stone unturned’ in search for missing Mugabe critic

Mujuru has promised to track down missing Mugabe critic Itai Dzamara

From Zim first lady to first citizen?

It’s advantage Grace as Bob moves to slay the Crocodile, but she hasn’t won the race yet

Mugabe’s looming Cabinet reshuffle a ‘bedroom affair’ – opposition

According to reports, President Mugabe told a Zanu-PF youth gathering that he was likely going to reshuffle his Cabinet this week

‘It’s time to resign,’ Mugabe’s VP Mnangagwa told

According to media reports, Joice Mujuru urged the embattled vice president to join the ranks of opposition parties.

Mugabes launch scathing attack on VP Mnangagwa

Mugabe called for unity within his fragmented party ahead of next year’s elections.

A letter from a Zimbabwean about (dis)Grace

Back in Zimbabwe, those who become victims to the First Lady are powerless.

The freedom fighter who could topple Robert Mugabe

Joice Mujuru brings with her a welcome dose of excitement, but is yet to demonstrate her ability to build a true mass movement.

Joice Mujuru shows her political cards

Robert Mugabe's former deputy plans to challenge him or his successor in Zimbabwe's next presidential elections in 2018.

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