Zimbabwean journalists take part in a march to commemorate World Press Freedom Day in Harare, Friday May 3, 2013.
A Zimbabwean human rights activist says he wants the nation's highest court to order prison authorities to ensure suspects in jail can receive their life-prolonging HIV/AIDS medications.
Is it a practical joke? A laughable ego trip? A crude piece of opposition propaganda? Or the first real insight that Zimbabweans have been offered into the inner-workings of the party that has ruled their country for decades? I have been following Baba Jukwa on Facebook for a few months now, on the advice of a businessman and friend in Harare who ... (more)
On Friday the Supreme Court reserved judgement in the case in which a Harare man was seeking an order force President Mugabe to announce the date for elections.
SW Radio Africa's Violet Gonda brings you the first in a two-part interview with Finance Minister and MDC-T Secretary General Tendai Biti .
Soft-focus documentary catches Robert Mugabe over lunch with his wife and children, talking of love, family, politics and Tony Blair Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe with first lady Grace Mugabe at his 89th birthday celebration in February.
The Movement for Democratic Change has adjusted policies in its election manifesto but is this enough to win against Zanu-PF later this year? New and improved? MDC Women's League delegates dance during part of the programme of the party's policy conference in Harare.
Zimbabwe and China on Wednesday signed two agreements that will see Beijing releasing at least US$32 million to Harare, Zimbabwe's news agency, New Ziana, reported.
In this multiplayer online game played by millions, witch doctors, demon hunters, and other character types duke it out in a war between angels and demons in a dark world called Sanctuary.
The facts laid out by prosecutors are plain: In 2008, a U.S. government employee on assignment in Zimbabwe drove through the capital of Harare in his government-issued Toyota Land Cruiser and struck and killed a 34-year-old Zimbabwe man.
HARARE, Zimbabwe The United States has signaled that it is moving toward normalizing relations with Zimbabwe, the former White minority-rule nation once known as Rhodesia.
President Robert Mugabe has signed into law a new constitution, which was approved by a large majority in a referendum in March this year.
The Public Order and Security Act gives untold power to the police, and many have claimed that President Robert Mugabe has used the country's security forces to intimidate his opposition.
A Zimbabwean mother arrives to collect her monthly rations of food aid from Rutaura Primary School in the Rushinga district of Mt Darwin about 254km north of Harare March 7, 2013.