Robert Mugabe vice president flees Zimbabwe anti-corruption probe

Zimbabwe’s former vice president on Monday fled from anti-corruption questioning after he was summoned over.

Zimbabwean Government threatens NGOs

Harare-The Zimbabwean Government has threatened to close non-governmental organisations (NGO) for failing to adhere to.

Four more months of economic pain, warns Zimbabwe’s Finance Minister

HARARE – Zimbabwe’s government said it is ready to settle with global lenders, sell assets.

Zimbabwe on edge as opposition challenges protest ban

Zimbabwe’s main opposition MDC has gone to court to lift a police ban on its.

Zimbabwe Police Says Opposition Protests Will Turn Violent

Zimbabwe Police has claimed that they have intelligence and concrete evidence that the MDC led.

Fears of fresh unrest as Zimbabwe’s opposition plan protests

Zimbabwe could face a new outbreak of violence and unrest after the main opposition party.

‘MDC Government Will Set Aside Month for Heroes Remembrance’

Nelson Chamisa says it will declare a Heroes and Memorials Month if it is elected.

South African Utility Eskom Begins 400MW Power Supply to Zimbabwe

South African utility Eskom Holdings SOC Ltd. began exports of 400 megawatts into Zimbabwe on.

UN launches new Zimbabwe appeal as millions ‘facing food crisis’

The United Nations has stepped up its emergency appeal for Zimbabwe, warning that a third of.

More woes for Zimbabwean as fuel price is hiked

HARARE-For the sixth time this year, Zimbabwe has increased the price of petrol and diesel.