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Zimbabwe war veterans have staged a demonstration in support of a white dairy farmer and 75 of his workers.
Zimbabwe police beat and arrested opposition activists and a journalist during a rally, witnesses said.
The nomination of Grace Mugabe as the 'sole' candidate for the position was endorsed by a conference in Harare.
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Bribes paid by white farmers to continue working their land are propping up Robert Mugabe's inner circle.
Victoria Falls is massively overbooked for the weekend’s SADC summit, with about a dozen regional heads of state due to attend.
Zanu-PF loyalists have invaded the farm of Zapu leader Dumiso Dabengwa twice in the past two weeks.
Analysts are mixed about the rationale behind First Lady Grace Mugabe’s sudden elevation in the political arena.
Sixteen people were killed in southern Zimbabwe when a minibus collided head-on with a truck on the main road to the South African border.
Grace Mugabe has entered Harare’s political arena by accepting a top job in the Zanu-PF Women’s League.
Zimbabwean police have arrested a Chinese man in possession of ivory, gold and large quantities of ammunition.
Two Zim journalists won a victory for free speech when a statute which made defamation a crime was struck off.
Zimbabwe contributes the greatest number of immigrants to South Africa, Statistician General Pali Lehohla said.
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe has warned black farmers who benefited from his controversial land reforms against giving land back to whites.
Zimbabwe's Robert Mugabe says white people may own industries and companies - but not land in his country.
Britain's electronic eavesdropping centre GCHQ faces legal action from seven internet service providers over alleged spying.
Academic Ibbo Mandaza says the MDC is “washed up” and Zimbabweans must work with Zanu-PF to rebuild the nation.
Activists say hundreds of old laws in Zimbabwe need to be changed to conform with the nation's 1-year-old constitution.
Edmund Kudzayi, the newly appointed editor of the state-controlled Sunday Mail in Zimbabwe, has handed himself over to police.
Zimbabwe police arrested the editor of a state-owned newspaper, a colleague said, highlighting bitter rivalries within the ruling party.
Zimbabwe’s top court has scrapped a criminal defamation law that local journalists said was used to restrict the freedom of the press.
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