United States Ambassador Bruce Wharton said partnerships between government and civil society organizations are important
Estimates of the crowd at this second inauguration were smaller than at the first, but still an impressive 800,000 or more
'Vice President Nkomo's wish was that there would be no political violence across Zimbabwe before, during and after the elections expected to be held sometime this year'
The three COPAC co-chairmen Douglas Mwonzora of the MDC formation of Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai and Zanu PF’s Munyaradzi Paul Mangwana, said they were satisfied with progress made so far
Zimbabwean fan and journalist, Ndumiso Mlilo, said in their current form, the Chipolopolo boys will go back home very soon
Party spokesman Rugare Gumbo said the politburo’s decision was just a formality, given Nkomo’s official status and known contributions to the country
Unity government principals in Zimbabwe are next week expected to announce the date for the long-delayed constitutional referendum, paving the way for general elections.
Fans are looking forward to the tournament with keen anticipation and will be hoping that one of the three southern African nations will emerge victorious at the end
President Robert Mugabe announced the death of one of his deputies at a press conference at State House.
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.