Zim soldiers, gunmen, ‘beating and harassing’ opposition, group claims

Zimbabwean security forces and unidentified gunmen have beaten and harassed dozens of people in a crackdown on the political opposition following a disputed election, Human Rights...

How did Mnangagwa win Zimbabwe’s landmark July 30 election?

On August 1, following the announcement of the parliamentary election results in Zimbabwe, which saw Emmerson Mnangagwa's Zanu-PF winning...

Will investors be tempted back to ‘new’ Zimbabwe?

Newly-elected President Emmerson Mnangagwa has declared Zimbabwe "open for business" - but analysts say that reversing...

Election violence in Zimbabwe didn’t faze tennis teens 

As Zimbabwean soldiers opened fire on rioters, protesters and bystanders after a disputed election, teenagers in...

MDC fears ‘growing post-election crackdown’

HARARE - Zimbabwe authorities are abducting opposition activists and launching court cases to suppress protests, the...

Zim election results would always have been disputed

The developments around the election in Zimbabwe have created a serious dilemma for the Southern African...

WATCH: Crocodile captured on top of Victoria Falls Bridge

The iconic Victoria Falls Bridge spanning the Zambezi River between Zimbabwe and Zambia had an unwelcome...

‘They’re trying to kill me’: Zim’s Chamisa

Zimbabwe's main opposition leader, Nelson Chamisa, claims the government is trying to eliminate him as he...

‘Zimbabwe was better under my dad’s rule’: Robert Mugabe’s son

Former president Robert Mugabe's son, Robert Junior, has taken to social media to express sorrow at...

Zimbabwe prays for peace after poll violence

Clergymen led prayers for peace as Zimbabweans went to church for the first Sunday service since...

Just like Zimbabwe, we will rue the day we chose populism over the rule of law

I was there in 2000 when Zanu-PF decided that this thing called the rule of law...

‘Shot like a dog’: Zimbabwe buries its post-election dead

The four children of a fruit-seller gunned down by Zimbabwean soldiers in post-election violence wept uncontrollably...

Zimbabwe’s historic elections: A case of leopards not changing their spots

  Cheryl Hendricks, Human Sciences Research Council Zimbabwe’s general elections on July 30 were being labelled as “historic”. For...

Zimbabwe’s ‘Crocodile’ faces tough challenges as president 

He's known as "the Crocodile," named after a small band of guerrillas battling white minority rule...

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