Despite increasing violence aimed at members of the opposition, some civil society groups believe the public will remain resilient in i
President Robert Mugabe's nephew Leo Mugabe is the chairman of the committee that has urged an investigation into the brutal beating Su
Medical sources in Harare say they are seeing an influx of patients suffering from apparent blunt-instrument trauma and that eight to 1
Former Zimbabwe cricketer and political dissident Henry Olonga said he doubts Australia will make good on its threat to cancel the Sept
MDC founding president Morgan Tsvangirai alleges a "sharp escalation in the level of violence against MDC activists across the country"
African Union Commission Chairman Alpha Oumar Konare issued a statement that stressed the need to respect human rights and democratic p
A source close to the Harare funeral parlor from which the remains of slain activist Gift Tandare were removed by state security agents
U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for Democracy, Human Rights and Labor Barry Lowenkron has opened emergency talks on Zimbabwe with Afr
Business, labor and government representatives have finally adopted a 2001 declaration on economic cooperation - but could not agree fi
Police are alleged to have illegally arrested and assaulted Save Zimbabwe Campaign members as they attempted to hold a prayer meeting i
President Robert Mugabe has told his Western critics to "go hang," but some analysts believe that the process set in motion on March 11
As Zimbabwe Crisis Mounts, Mugabe Tells Western Critics To 'Go Hang'