Hopewell Chin’ono recently published a series of Facebook posts that outline alleged connections between President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s son and a company that was awarded tender to supply equipment to prevent the spread of Covid-19
Patrick Chinamasa predicted the ruling Zanu-PF party would ‘resoundingly’ win the July 30 vote
The US president has reportedly "extended sanctions against Zimbabwe for another year"
Mixed messages from President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s first few days in office
Back in Zimbabwe, those who become victims to the First Lady are powerless.
President Robert Mugabe will allow Beijing to bypass state tenders for big projects in return for funding from the Chinese government.
Zimbabwe’s finance minister has pledged that the country will not take foreign investment capital in its indigenisation policy.
Even the finance minister does not know where to find the cash to pay the state’s pressing obligations.
The incoming Zimbabwean central bank governor will focus on regulation rather than money controls in a country which has abandoned its own currency.
The state is adopting an investor-friendly stance in a bid to woo foreign investors, but won’t budge on resources.
Zimbabweans living abroad not likely to take up Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa’s offer to float bonds in order to help the government raise cash.
Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa’s budget has lifted the lid on Zimbabwe’s precarious financial position.
Finance minister wants time to think so that he can do things differently.
Zimbabwe’s justice minister has rejected allegations that the country has state-sponsored violence, and vowed not to recognise gay rights.
The European Union said on Friday it has removed 51 loyalists of Zimbabwe’s president from a list of people facing travel and banking bans.
Officials in Zimbabwe’s coalition government are working on tabling plans to hold elections at the end of next year.
Zimbabwe’s new government will relax the country’s harsh media laws and improve prison conditions as part of reforms to be implemented within 100 days
Just how bad conditions have become within Zimbabwe’s prison walls is only beginning to come to light.
Zimbabwe’s justice minister accused the UN’s top rights official on Wednesday of undermining the African nation’s new unity government.
Zimbabwe’s Zanu-PF party on Friday refused to budge on opposition demands for a unity government.
President Robert Mugabe’s party says the MDC is putting Zimbabwe’s troubled power-sharing talks at risk by speaking publicly about the negotiations.
Zimbabwe’s main political rivals are in SA for a regional summit with negotiators expected to aim for a resolution to the country’s political crisis.
Zimbabwe’s ruling party and opposition held a second day of talks in SA on Friday as the UN delayed a vote on fresh sanctions against Mugabe’s regime.
President Robert Mugabe’s ruling party and Zimbabwe’s opposition are to resume talks to resolve the country’s political crisis.
Hundreds of women converged on a stadium on the outskirts of Harare on Saturday to pray for peace ahead of the country’s tense presidential run-off amid mounting political violence. Zimbabweans go to the polls on June 27 for a second-round presidential election between President Robert Mugabe and opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai.
Morgan Tsvangirai, Zimbabwe’s opposition leader, claimed on Friday that President Robert Mugabe’s Zanu-PF party no longer ruled the country. This is technically true. The Movement for Democratic Change won a majority of seats in Parliament after the first round of elections on March 29.
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe on Sunday accused the United States of political interference and threatened to expel its ambassador, as his party began its campaign for next month’s election run-off. He told supporters in Harare that the Western allies wanted to control Zimbabwe’s resources.
With his rival back in the country, Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe fought for his political survival on Sunday as he kicked off his election campaign. Zimbabwe opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai arrived home on Saturday after a six-week absence vowing to end the three decade rule of post-independence leader Mugabe in a run-off election scheduled for June 27.
Zimbabwe’s opposition reacted furiously on Thursday to the prospect of a run-off poll being delayed until the end of July, accusing authorities of flouting the law to help President Robert Mugabe cling to power. The Movement for Democratic Change feared the delay would be used to intensify a campaign of violence and intimidation.
Zimbabwe’s government is to invite the opposition to form cross-party teams to probe acts of political violence in the aftermath of the country’s March elections, Justice Minister Patrick Chinamasa said on Wednesday. It is the first time such an idea has been floated by the ruling party, which has been accused of orchestrating a campaign of terror.
Zimbabwe’s run-off presidential election has been delayed and will now be held within 90 days of May 2, when official results of the disputed vote were released, Zimbabwe’s government announced on Wednesday. Opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai beat President Mugabe in the presidential poll, but not by enough votes to avoid a run-off.
Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe’s government intensified a crackdown against its political opponents on Monday, as the leader of the opposition prepared to return home to contest a run-off election. Journalists, union leaders and hundreds of political activists have been arrested since general elections in March.