Zimbabwe’s potential return to its own currency has not been met with open arms
Fed-up Zimbabweans have taken to Twitter to tweet their examples of #HowTheyRobbedUs.
The question remains: Will Moyo and his four co-accused be charged?
Does Zimbabwe's electoral commission really intend to register one voter per second?
The five are currently being held at a police station at Harare Central police station.
The allegations against Mugabe's former spin doctor are deeply damaging.
To improve, African countries need to find a balance between political and economic matters.
Anger online has been swift: 'How does someone who has never run a tuck shop become COO of a major even though broken parastatal?'
Transparency International Zimbabwe said the police, local councils and the education department were among the most corrupt.
A new study paints a troubling picture of Zimbabwe's disillusioned under-35 middle-class female population.
In the absence of trading ivory, other solutions have to be found to fund conservation and support communities.
The cost of surgery at these clinics is well out of the reach of many in cash-strapped Zimbabwe.
Desperation and death beneath South Africa's 'City of Gold' as illegal miners risk it all for a better life
Thousands are drawn to South Africa's old gold mines. Fatal accidents and violence underground is common.
Protests were held again on Saturday in several towns and cities across the country, this time calling for electoral reforms ahead of 2018 elections.
The decision will lay the basis for funds to again flow into the corrupt regime’s coffers, deepening its contempt for citizens’ legitimate demands.
State-owned media have called Justice Priscilla Chugumbu's overturning of a rule banning protests a "temporary hindrance".
Schools and universities in post-colonial contexts still operate within the logic of coloniality. This is illustrated by their language policies.
According to reports, 2 600 people have fled Mozambique to escape attacks by the militant opposition, Renamo.
Two-week demonstration ban issued by police; Zimbabwe president says "enough is enough".