Mugabe issued a statement softening regulations forcing foreign companies to ensure black residents own at least 51% of their businesses
She’s back: Mugabe’s new headache as ex-VP challenges him to a duel—and why this is no ordinary fight
Joice Mujuru is resilient, and she is chewing at the ruling party’s traditional power base. But is she really a new broom, or a political has-been?
The party is being weakened by a power struggle between factions
The veterans of the country’s war of independence had gathered to express support for War Veterans Minister Christopher Mutsvangwa
Mugabe back home after death rumours, meets Obiang—together they have been in power for a combined 71 years
Zimbabwe leader kicks off his year after annual month-long holiday by meeting with Equatorial Guinea leader Teodoro Obiang Nguema in Harare.
Robert Mugabe deputy has struggled to find a house befitting his new status, and his spouse will settle for nothing less.
First Lady Grace has replaced Mugabe in a ‘palace coup’, Zimbabwe opposition leader Tsvangirai claims
“Over 90% of Zimbabweans are unemployed. The few people still in formal employment have not been paid for months, if not years”
Some 89.3% of Gabonese have access to electricity, the highest rate in mainland sub-Saharan Africa, second to only Mauritius and Seychelles.
He was accused of saying that the party’s political commissar “conflated the institution of marriage and that of state’’
There's no hiding the fact Mugabe, 91, is on his last lap as he gets party nod for 2018 presidential race
'They know if they lose power their farms and businesses will be undermined.' Vicious battle to succeed him is to protect elites' riches.
Zimbabwe president’s strong criticism of party infighting ends more than a year of denials by party leaders that factions had formed within Zanu-PF.
“Mugabe is... 91 and we’ll be carrying him in a wheelbarrow to address people because he is still the best person to lead the country” - Grace Mugabe
He came, he signed—Chinese president’s ‘historic’ visit could change Zimbabwe in a rather unexpected way
Xi arrived in Harare Tuesday to much state fanfare, including an escort of his plane in by Zimbabwe military jets.
The old guard wants the help of international lenders; the younger leaders see that as a threat to their chances of minting fortunes.
Apparent U-Turn to stoke speculation over what it means for race to succeed frail 91-year-old leader in 2018 elections.
The situation is exacerbated by continuous losses at its Alpha Omega Dairy subsidiary, whose products Grace Mugabe once complained no one was buying.
In the hot sun of African politics, nothing is ever taken for granted, including who speaks after who.
A group of Young Turks, the G-40, have urged party supporters at rallies to chant “back mother” – for president - a reference to Grace Mugabe.
State-owned enterprises which are struggling to pay workers, were asked to support her fundraising, amidst massive company closures.