Mugabe to be buried next Sunday, Sept 15

Zimbabwe’s former president Robert Mugabe who died Friday in Singapore at the age of 95, is scheduled to be buried on Sunday, September 15,...

Mugabe’s Relatives Divided over the Location and Nature of the Funeral

Officials and family members are arguing over the arrangements for the burial of Robert Mugabe, the former Zimbabwean president who died in Singapore last...

Man Bites Cop, Sentenced to 3 Years

A 20-year-old Mvurwi man was sentenced to three years in jail by Guruve magistrate Shingirai Mutiro for assaulting four police officers who tried to...

SA Xenophobia Attacks Get out of Hand (Photos)

A shot clip of a man being burned alive as a crowd cheers has gone viral on social media following the latest wave of...

Nelson Chamisa Blamed for Losing a Golden Opportunity

Controversial Zanu PF-linked cleric Obadiah Msindo has claimed that opposition MDC leader Nelson Chamisa lost a golden opportunity to push for electoral reforms for...

Son Cuts Off Father’s Head, Dumps Body in a Pit

Zimbabwean police have arrested a 19-year-old man who beheaded his father, wrapped his head in a plastic bag before throwing his dismembered body into...

Zimbabwe Arrests Senior Opposition Official over Demonstration

Police in Zimbabwe arrested a senior opposition official on Thursday on charges of failing to stop a banned protest last week in the capital,...

Chamisa to Visit Russia, China to ask Help in Settling Zimbabwe’s...

Nelson Chamisa, the leader of Zimbabwe’s main opposition Movement for Democratic Change (MDC), intends to pay visits to Moscow and Beijing to seek help...

SA President Ramaphosa withdraws SA from controversial SADC Tribunal protocol

President Cyril Ramaphosa has officially withdrawn South Africa’s signature from a protocol that prevents citizens from holding countries accountable at the Southern African Development...

Zimbabwe Ex-Veep Declared Fugitive over Corruption

A former Zimbabwean vice-president has been declared a fugitive by authorities in the country over issues of corruption. The state-run Herald newspaper said Phelekezela Mphoko...

Heavy security in Zimbabwe’s Bulawayo as opposition challenges protest ban

Soldiers and police deployed in large numbers in Zimbabwe’s second city Bulawayo on Monday to enforce a ban on an anti-government demonstration, as the...

Zimbabwe opposition Calls Off Demos to Avoid ‘blood in the streets’

Zimbabwe’s main opposition party called off planned anti-government demonstrations on Friday, saying it aimed to avert bloodshed after police rounded up its followers and...

Mugabe’s Doctor Dies

Doctor Kumbirai Mubwandarikwa, who treated prominent liberation fighters including Zimbabwe's former President Robert Mugabe in colonial jails, has died aged 78. His son, Joram, confirmed...

Mnangagwa fires Tourism Minister over fraud

President Emmerson Mnangagwa fired Tourism Minister Prisca Mupfumira on Thursday, a statement from Zimbabwe’s presidency said, after she was detained over the disappearance of...

Man in Trouble for Impersonating Zimbabwean Minister’s Son

A 31-year-old man in Zimbabwe is in trouble after allegedly impersonating Agriculture minister Perrance Shiri's son to ostensibly defraud and extort gold from a...

Zimbabwe to Legalize Industrial Hemp

Zimbabwe will change its laws to allow farmers to grow industrial hemp for export, arguing that the plant can be a substitute to tobacco...

Zimbabwe main opposition party plans protest over economic crisis

Zimbabwe’s main opposition party is planning street demonstrations next week to protest against the government’s handling of the economy, which is mired in its...

Zimbabwe Left With 1 Month Electricity Supply

Zimbabwe is left with one month of electricity supply from Kariba dam a senior executive from the Zimbabwe Power Company has said. Speaking to journalists...