The Zimbabwe economy has halved in size since 2000
Some soldiers looted shops in the capital, Harare, in 2008 when their pay was delayed at the height of Zimbabwe’s hyper-inflation crisis
“The dollar has an exchange rate against the dollar. How is that possible? I think it’s another Zimbabwean first”
Though smaller than South Africa, Nigeria and Kenya's, the Zimbabwean bourse is larger than those in Ghana and Zambia
The pastor's video spawned a wave of Internet activism in a country where any expression of protest can be dangerous
“As the cash shortages spark panic, there are new signs that ailing president Mugabe may not see out his current term”
Presidents promising overnight riches are elected, lofty pledges are made, grand visions proclaimed. So what then goes wrong?
Mugabe issued a statement softening regulations forcing foreign companies to ensure black residents own at least 51% of their businesses
Vice President Mnangagwa is viewed as the most likely next leader, with Mugabe's wife Grace, also a possible candidate
Delta is battling weak consumer spending in Zimbabwe amid a crisis that has seen the economy shrink by about half since 2000
In Zimbabwe, once world’s biggest diamond field lies idle with $13 billion gone; now the cows have taken over
Human Rights Watch said Zimbabwean soldiers were smuggling gems across the border with Mozambique.
His incompetence makes a mockery of the seven degrees he holds, including one, unbelievably, in economics
Some 4,000 white farmers were driven off land, and 6,000 or so farms compulsorily acquired
Lenders praises country's effort to clear debts, but stressed the need for fiscal discipline, weeks after president's birthday party cost $800,000.
The action came as Mugabe declared a state of national disaster due to the worst drought in almost two decades
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”
Just when you thought you had it all figured out, new Human Development Report throws up a few surprises.
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.