When a disgruntled Pastor Mawarire took to social media and urged people to rise up against their government, the reaction was overwhelming
Mujuru is running for president with her own party. But why should people vote for someone complicit in a regime that killed thousands?
Zimbabwe's Higher Education Minister Jonathan Moyo meanwhile expressed hopes that US president-elect, Donald Trump, would rebuild ties with Harare.
West African leaders are actively engaged in trying to resolve a crisis triggered by Yahya Jammeh’s refusal to accept his defeat at the polls
Liberation movements in southern Africa came to power with promises to deliver a better future for people. But once in power they failed to deliver
Zimbabwe like many other post-colonial governments across the globe continues to struggle to attain equitable land reform.
The opposition is trying to build a coalition as President Robert Mugabe’s divide-and-rule tactics split Zanu-PF.
Mugabe has been dealing with "fake news" since way before Zimbabwe's tough AIPPA press laws were signed into effect in 2002
The Avenues Clinic seems to be the great leveller, treating anti-President Robert Mugabe political activists and staunch supporters alike.
If Zimbabwe serves as an example of the way the US will go, Americans should be very afraid.
The discourse of “othering” has been gaining traction in national and global politics.
Botswana’s criticism of South Africa’s decision to leave the International Criminal Court has seemingly irritated the presidency.
The ruling party has been recruiting soldiers. Meanwhile, a report has warned that Zimbabwe is entering a period of acute risk for mass atrocities.
So who is Robert Mugabe and how has he held onto power for so long?
Zimbabwe’s economic malaise could be eased by monetary reform – but the real challenge is a political one.
Supporters seemed excited that Donald Trump would be able to "shame and send liberals into hiding", heralding the win as "good for Zimbabwe".
Zimbabweans want the president to go, given his legacy of institutional and economic collapse.
The timing of President Zuma’s visit to Zimbabwe could be useful for South Africa to support a constructive and inclusive way forward.
In a move analysts have called "unconstitutional", President Robert Mugabe has effectively declared the unpopular bond notes legal tender.