The ruling party has been recruiting soldiers. Meanwhile, a report has warned that Zimbabwe is entering a period of acute risk for mass atrocities.
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 old guard wants the help of international lenders; the younger leaders see that as a threat to their chances of minting fortunes.
Protest envy: As South Africa caved in to its students, Zimbabweans can only dream. And even that is outlawed
In Zimbabwe, hammered into submission, we’d rather stay home and mind our own business than dare hit the streets
There is an MP for every citizen, well almost, and bread has nearly disappeared from the breakfast menu.
The more the terrain changes under them, the better the veterans adapt. The Big Man has proved to be a very enduring African breed.
Polls in Zimbabwe are usually a one-horse race for ZANU-PF, which has ruled since the country gained independence from Britain in 1980.
'I hate being in the middle class, how I wish I was not in the middle class': New research turns accepted thinking on its head.
Mugabe’s new deputy looks to have hoisted himself right next to the First Lady in a succession battle full of twists and turns
Mugabe slams his VP Mujuru, says will 'never trust a white man' and China feared he'd lose 2013 polls
Zimbabwe leader said “I gave Tsvangirai tea and the first day, he thought l had poisoned it and I had to drink first".