In Mugabe’s village, relatives say he was very bitter before death

In the dusty village where Zimbabwe’s founding father Robert Mugabe grew up, family members speak.

Zimbabweans mourn Robert Mugabe but confused over burial

Zimbabweans on Saturday mourned the death of their founding father Robert Mugabe, but there was.

The most controversial quotes from Robert Mugabe

Robert Mugabe was a controversial character in global politics, before his ousting as Zimbabwe’s president.

Zimbabwe ex-Vice-President Phelekezela Mphoko wants his trial in Bulawayo

Harare- A showdown is looming between ex Vice President Phelekezela Mphoko and the state after.

Zimbabwe President Mnangagwa Says Relations With U.S. Best in 20 Years

Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa said relations with the U.S., which imposed sanctions in 2003, are.

Attacks on foreigners offend spirit of African unity, say Zimbabwe authorities

The government of Zimbabwe on Wednesday urged its citizens based in South Africa, or travelling.

Zimbabwe public sector doctors go on strike over pay

Zimbabwe’s public sector doctors went on strike on Tuesday after the government failed to meet.

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Zimbabwe president Mnangagwa to address anti-sanctions rally

Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa is expected on Thursday to address party followers set to gather.

MDC women’s Assembly concerned by harassment of women

Harare-The MDC Women’s Assembly has expressed concern over the continued abductions and abuse of women.

Zimbabwe government decries overcrowding in prisons

Harare – Zimbabwe’s prisons are overcrowded and are currently accommodating 19 500 inmates, above a.