Zimbabweans say the debates show that the US is a sentimental democracy and how opponents can differ on policy without resorting to violence.
Former youth secretary Edias Chirape disappeared six days ago after telling his family he was going to buy groceries
Ibrahim said Zimbabwe had some of the most educated people, but bad political leadership was preventing the country's full economic prospects
Residents say the exercise is reminiscent of Operation Murambatsvina of 2005
The Democratic Alliance says loan should be strictly conditional on adherence to the roadmap for peaceful political transition
A Zimbabwean government appeal against an attempt to attach its property in Cape Town has been dismissed by South African Supreme Court
Police Chief Superintendent Magwenzi told VOA Studio 7 Wednesday that they had since received a lot of information from the public about Mpiranya
President Mugabe is expected to address the United Nations General Assembly in New York this week.
A report by the National Conventional Arms Control Committee released Monday says that Pretoria sold Harare weapons worth millions of rands
Women of Zimbabwe Arise activists are calling for a second all stakeholders meeting leading to a referendum
Indepth interview with Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai on a variety of issues including his controversial marriage to Elizabeth Macheka
Despite the mop up exercise coming to an end on Friday, some people in several parts of the country still claimed they had not been counted