Charles Taffs, chairman of the Zimbabwe’s Commercial Farmers Union (CFU), said the seizure of 12 million hectares of commercial farm land his members held under free hold title was seen as a blow to property rights
Magistrate Tendai Mahwe ruled that Machisa’s release would cause a public outcry as the nature and severity of the case is of national interest
American Gedd Scot Westham reportedly admitted that he was working in Zimbabwe without a work permit.
They have been forced to travel outside the country with old material, forcing them to at times borrow from the opposition when the need arises
The Robert F. Kennedy Center says the international community must urge Zimbabwe to immediately end all forms of harassment and intimidation of civil society organizations
At least eight former and active journalists and radio personalities are expected to contest for parliamentary seats in the MDC-T and Zanu PF primary elections within the next few weeks.
The prime minister's spokesman says it was agreed that the Registrar-General’s Office will no longer handle voter registration.
Human Rights Watch says SADC has the power to push Harare to implement much needed reforms before fresh elections.
The rank and file members say they will not work with Mr. Madiro if he continues to recognize Mukodza as wing leader.
AREX officials say the outbreak started a week ago in some parts of Mashonaland Central, Mashonaland West, Midlands, Matabeleland North and Manicaland provinces.
Meteorological Department Director Amos Makarau says Zimbabwe as a country has complied with the ISO certification requirements, meaning that the country’s airports are up to international standards
President Mugabe, without mentioning names, lashed out at what he called “false prophets and dubious spirit mediums”