Civil servants in Zimbabwe plan a one-day strike Thursday to protest low wages even as the government says the public payroll is too high.
Zimbabwe police arrested Wednesday an editor, a reporter and executive of a weekly newspaper for writing "false statements" about an official's arrest, their lawyer has said.
A court in Zimbabwe dismissed charges of criminal abuse of office against an ally of Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai, saying Tuesday the state had failed to establish evidence against him.
South African President Jacob Zuma is traveling to Zimbabwe on Tuesday to try to save that country's beleaguered unity government.
Nestle, one of the world's largest food companies, has shut down a factory in Zimbabwe after a dispute with the government, it announced Wednesday.
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe says the fragile power-sharing government in his country "was given a short life" and he intends to reclaim control through new elections.
The trial of key Zimbabwe opposition figure Roy Bennett was adjourned in the Harare High Court Monday so the judge can deliberate the admissibility of evidence allegedly gathered through torture.
A Zimbabwean court ordered a senior opposition politician back to jail Wednesday to await his trial, set to begin next week.
He rose to power on a wave of popular support, despite violent oppression. He has survived three assassination attempts, imprisonment, beatings and the tragic death of his wife. This week Morgan Tsvangirai, the Zimbabwean Prime Minister, speaks to CNN's African Voices.
Three men charged with plotting to overthrow Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe were free on bail Wednesday.
A Zimbabwean court Tuesday ordered 18 human rights and political activists back to jail after they were indicted on charges related to an alleged plan to topple President Robert Mugabe.
Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai of Zimbabwe said Monday that he does not believe foul play was involved in a car wreck that killed his wife.
Morgan Tsvangirai says there was no foul play involved in the crash that killed his wife. CNN's Nkepile Mabuse reports.
Zimbabwe Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai was in stable condition and recovering from head injuries Friday night after a car wreck that killed his wife, Susan, medical sources told CNN.
A Zimbabwe Supreme Court judge will decide Thursday whether the state should be allowed to further appeal a decision that would let a top opposition politician out on bail.
Zimbabwe's unity government gets off to a rough start. CNN's Nkepile Mabuse reports.
A Zimbabwe court has ordered the release on bail of a top opposition politician, but the country's attorney general immediately asked for seven days to decide whether it would appeal.
Zimbabwe's former opposition leader spent his first full day as prime minister of the deeply troubled African nation Thursday, and called it "hectic."
In a move that many hope signals the beginning of the end of the political and economic crises that have gripped Zimbabwe for months, the parliament Thursday unanimously passed a resolution to form a unity government with President Robert Mugabe and the opposition.
Zimbabwe's cholera outbreak has killed nearly 500 people, according to the World Health Organization.
A leading Zimbabwean human rights activist must remain in custody until the Supreme Court decides whether the charges against her are valid, a judge ruled Tuesday.
A court in Zimbabwe ordered 14 activists to remain in jail Wednesday, pending a Supreme Court hearing over their alleged participation in a plot to topple the government of President Robert Mugabe. Two other activists facing lesser charges were released.
A string of abductions in Zimbabwe has harmed the effort to form a unity government, and the opposition party Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) might pull out of talks, a spokesman told CNN.
The High Court of Zimbabwe has ordered police to make efforts to search for human rights activist Jestina Mukoko, who was allegedly abducted from her home a week ago, a human rights lawyer said Tuesday.
A group of Zimbabwean citizens are taking a government department to court for failing to provide them with adequate and safe drinking water as the country's cholera-related death toll nears 400.
Opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai said Wednesday that Zimbabwe is in shambles and warned that deaths from starvation and a cholera outbreak threaten to surge with the rainy season approaching.
CNN's Ralitsa Vassileva reports that a group of respected leaders is being refused entry into Zimbabwe.
A group including former U.N. chief Kofi Annan and former U.S. President Carter postponed a visit to Zimbabwe meant to highlight the country's humanitarian crisis after the government refused to cooperate, Annan said.
Mugabe clings to power against mounting odds
A power-sharing deal has been reached between Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe and the opposition Movement for Democratic Change, South African President Thabo Mbeki said.
Police in Zimbabwe arrested more opposition lawmakers Wednesday as President Robert Mugabe announced he would include opposition members in his new Cabinet.
Opposition members heckle Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe as he speaks to parliament. CNN's Nkepile Mabuse reports.
Zimbabwe's president is heckled and his speech drowned out after he orders the opposition-dominated parliament to assemble
As power-sharing talks drag on, opponents of President Robert Mugabe gain control of the top job in Zimbabwe's parliament
Zimbabwe's opposition won the vote for speaker of the first parliament since disputed elections in March, claiming votes even from the party of President Robert Mugabe
With the government continuing to harass the opposition, power-sharing talks between Mugabe and Tsvangirai are no closer to resolution
Power-sharing talks between Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe and opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai have been postponed until Sunday, a Tsvangirai spokesman said.
South African President Thabo Mbeki is heading to Zimbabwe for talks with the country's president and the head of an opposition faction, the South African government announced Wednesday.
Zimbabwe's president and his main political rival have signed an agreement for formal talks.
Talks to end Zimbabwe's election crisis have hit a snag following the opposition leader's refusal to sign a framework agreement, an opposition party member said Thursday.
A judge in Zimbabwe has cleared 14 opposition party members who were facing charges of inciting political violence, the Movement for Democratic Change said.
CNN's Richard Roth reports on the United Nation's big power showdown on zimbabwe sanctions.
Neither Zimbabwe's regime nor its opposition can eliminate the other, but each has a very different idea of what a compromise would involve
Talks aimed at finding a resolution to Zimbabwe's election dispute began in South Africa on Thursday, according to Ronnie Mamoepa, spokesman for the South African Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Police in Zimbabwe said Friday they have put seven opposition members of parliament on a wanted list, a development that is likely to further dampen the possibility of talks between President Robert Mugabe and his rivals.
As the hours ticked down toward the opening of Friday's balloting, Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe showed no indication that he would give in to demands to postpone the runoff election despite his challenger's dropping out.
Robert Mugabe gears up for an election many call a sham. CNN's Nkepile Mabuse reports
Opposition candidate Tsvangirai is terrorized into submission, leaving Zimbabweans little hope of ousting Mugabe
Claiming the upcoming vote "a violent sham," Zimbabwe's opposition leader departs, leaving Mugabe unchallenged
A judge in Zimbabwe's High Court overturned Saturday a police ban on an opposition rally scheduled for Sunday -- less than a week from the presidential runoff -- a lawyer for the opposition told CNN.
A jailed Zimbabwean opposition party official will be formally charged with treason and other offenses on Tuesday after "a lot of paperwork" delayed his court appearance on treason charges by a day, a police official said.
President Robert Mugabe reiterated militant warnings on Saturday as the deputy leader of Zimbabwe's main opposition party was brought to court on treason charges.
Millions of Zimbabweans face starvation as a result of the government's decision to suspend the work of aid organizations last week, an aid director said Saturday.
After two more detentions by Zimbabwe authorities, the opposition leader tells TIME that he and his followers do not expect a fair election, but that the fight for democracy will go on
Morgan Tsvangirai, leader of Zimbabwe's opposition, has returned to campaigning, agencies report, the day after he was detained by police for almost 10 hours.
Zimbabwe's opposition leader has been detained, accused of holding an illegal rally.
Zimbabwe presidential contender Morgan Tsvangirai was released Wednesday after spending nearly 10 hours in police custody, a Tsvangirai spokesman said.
U.S. President George Bush railed against the government of Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe Monday, calling intimidation of opposition figures "deplorable."
CNN's Becky Anderson talks with Kofi Annan about Zimbabwe's political power struggle in an exclusive interview.
Opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai launched a $300,000 fund Tuesday to help victims of politically motivated violence that he said has left 50 supporters dead
The run-off for Zimbabwe's presidential election will be held June 27, Zimbabwe's Electoral Commission said Friday.
Six weeks to the day after Zimbabwe chose opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai over Mugabe, reports continue to emerge of a vicious, nationwide campaign of intimidation
Two journalists and the lawyer for a third have been arrested in Zimbabwe in recent days, their spokesmen said Thursday, amid signs that the Zimbabwean government is intensifying a post-election crackdown.
Zimbabwe's opposition said post-election violence was increasing Wednesday, a day after the army denied unleashing attacks on critics in the southern African country.
The vice president of Zimbabwe's opposition party said top party officials on Saturday reaffirmed their decision not to participate in a runoff for president.
The election results are official: Mugabe lost, but gets a second chance in a runoff. With time to plan its counterattack, the regime looks likely to prevail
Human Rights Watch says a runoff in Zimbabwe won't be credible due to escalated violence. CNN's Nkepile Mabuse reports.
Political opponents of Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe denounced Friday's presidential election results as "illegal" and said they stand by their stance that their leader won the race and that no runoff is necessary.
Electoral officials say Zimbabwe's opposition leader won 47.9 percent of votes in presidential elections -- not enough to avoid a run-off against longtime ruler President Robert Mugabe
Zimbabwe authorities Tuesday released nearly all of the opposition supporters who were detained last week, a Movement for Democratic Change lawyer said.
Four weeks after a contested election and amid a campaign of violent intimidation, results of the presidential vote are about to be announced. And the opposition has new reason to hope
A recount of ballots in the Zimbabwe presidential election may be completed by Monday, leading to an announcement of the results nearly a month after voting took place, the chairman of the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission said Saturday.
A senior U.S. State Department official said Thursday she believes President Robert Mugabe lost the March 29 presidential election to opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai.
Zimbabwe's opposition party Sunday said dozens of its members have been detained as authorities try to block the party's challenge to a recount of votes that could crush their claimed victory over President Robert Mugabe.
An opposition protest action fizzles, as fear of violence and poverty discourages people from staying away from work
Zimbabwe's opposition party called for a general strike to start Tuesday, the day after the country's High Court is due to decide whether to force publication of presidential election results, a party spokesman said Saturday.
By snubbing a regional summit on the crisis in his country, the autocrat signals his intention to fight the election verdict
Two weeks after facing off in Zimbabwe's election, Robert Mugabe and Morgan Tsvangirai will confront each other at an emergency meeting
Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe and the main opposition leader, Morgan Tsvangirai, are due at this weekend's emergency summit of southern African leaders, summoned by the president of neighboring Zambia, to discuss the electoral and political crisis, spokesmen for the two men said.
Zimbabwe's High Court will wait until Monday to issue its ruling on whether it will order the Electoral Commission to release the March 29 presidential results, a journalist at the courtroom told CNN.
Q&A: Opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai talks to TIME about Zimbabwe's "de facto military coup," and what lies ahead
Members of the opposition claim that Zimbabwe's "war veterans" are back and seeking retribution
There's a real fear that pro-Mugabe mobs will embark on a campaign of violence designed to ensure he retains power
The opposition candidate who contends that he's the victor in Zimbabwe's presidential election says he doesn't want a runoff with President Robert Mugabe because he fears violence.
President Robert Mugabe's government raided the offices of the main opposition and rounded up foreign journalists Thursday, indicating he may use violence to stay in power
Analysis: If its longtime President really is on his way out of power, the country could be headed for a rebirth
Anxiety was growing in Zimbabwe early Tuesday, three days after people in the African nation went to the polls to elect a new president and parliament.
That's what the opposition claims after Saturday's election. But fears of vote rigging run high as the first results come in
Zimbabwe's capital of Harare was quiet Saturday night after polls began closing for elections that will decide the future of longtime President Robert Mugabe.
Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe has signed a new law that hands over majority ownership of all businesses to "indigenous" Zimbabweans.
A collapsing economy fuels a growing revolt within the top echelons of Zimbabwe's ruling party
Zimbabwe police had mistreated some of the more than 200 opposition party members detained on Saturday, an opposition spokesman said Sunday.
(CNN) -- Police in Zimbabwe rounded up more than 200 members of the political opposition Saturday, according to a spokesman for the southern African nation's main opposition movement.
UK Home Secretary Charles Clarke and Prime Minister Tony Blair have refused to back down and grant a general moratorium on returning failed asylum seekers to Zimbabwe.
President Robert Mugabe's ruling party has secured a majority in Zimbabwe's parliamentary elections, according to partial results.
Zimbabwe's opposition took an early lead in parliamentary elections with almost a quarter of results declared on Friday, but the first returns were mostly from its traditional urban strongholds.
There was a time when Zimbabwe's President, Robert Mugabe, was the hero of the nation and the darling of the West -- the man who over-rode the former Rhodesia's white colonial legacy and created a stable black majority democracy.
A spokesman for Robert Mugabe's party has branded a prominent Roman Catholic archbishop "a mad, inveterate liar" after he called for street protests aimed at overthrowing the long-time ruler.
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