A Zimbabwean legislator will spend Christmas in jail after being arrested for allegedly describing President Robert Mugabe as "a gay who sleeps around," police said Thursday.
President Robert Mugabe scoffed Saturday at calls for him to retire, saying he will remain in power until his Zanu PF party wins elections he has called for next year to end the country's power-sharing government.
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe and Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai asked their respective parties to shun violence on Friday, a rare expression of unity between the political rivals.
Costly and frequent travels to Singapore by Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe for medication were justified because the 87-year-old might be having "complications," his political rival and Zimbabwe's Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai said Wednesday.
Rowan Williams, the leader of the worldwide Anglican communion, sat down for a meeting with Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe, Williams' spokesman, David Brownlie-Marshall, said Monday.
President Robert Mugabe's Zanu PF party dismissed Monday a "confidential" cable released by WikiLeaks that claims the Zimbabwean leader has cancer.
Zimbabwe's electoral commission is not able to conduct the country's elections this year unless it gets a cash injection from the government, a state-owned weekly newspaper reported Sunday.
A police officer in Zimbabwe who has languished at a police detention barracks for a month for using a toilet reserved for President Robert Mugabe will learn his fate at end of this week following an appeal to his boss.
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe makes threats to take over all foreign companies. CNN's Robyn Curnow reports.
Zimbabwe's efforts to write a new constitution resumed Saturday after the two parties now sharing power reached an agreement on how to weigh comments gathered from the public, officials said.
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe arrived in Rome for the beatification of the late Pope John Paul II, airport officials said Saturday, despite his EU-wide travel ban for alleged human rights abuses.
President Robert Mugabe said Thursday that Zimbabwe will go ahead with the takeover of foreign-owned companies, a scheme that has rattled investors, and warned Western countries to stop interfering in his country's affairs.
Thousands of protesters demonstrating against the escalating violence in Zimbabwe were met with tear gas and batons near the capital on Saturday, as the rift within the African nation's "unity government" continued to widen.
Washington has ruled out lifting sanctions on Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe and his inner circle until the regime shows a greater respect for human rights, said a U.S. official visiting the southern African nation Friday.
The United States expressed concern Thursday about recent arrests in Zimbabwe of political and civil society activists and allegations by their lawyer that some of them were tortured.
Political activists and union members arrested in Zimbabwe last week and accused of plotting an Egyptian-style uprising against longtime President Robert Mugabe were beaten by state security agents, their attorney said Thursday.
President Robert Mugabe and Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai say that despite being "at each other's throats," they will continue working together in Zimbabwe's coalition government until elections are held.
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe threatened Friday to seize all Western-owned investments in the country unless their governments remove targeted sanctions imposed on him and his senior ZANU-PF party members.
CNN's Fareed Zakaria talks with U.S. Admiral Mike Mullen about the ramifications of another WikiLeaks docs release.
More than three years ago, the outgoing U.S. ambassador in Zimbabwe, Christopher W. Dell, wrote a valedictory note about the government of President Robert Mugabe. It was titled simply "The End is Nigh."
Zimbabwe's prime minister said Thursday he will not recognize President Robert Mugabe's appointments for attorney general and other positions, setting off a potential constitutional crisis.
Zimbabwe's president on Monday ruled out prosecuting those behind the 2008 violence and killings that engulfed the country and accounted for about 200 deaths.
President Robert Mugabe denounced violence and urged Zimbabweans to focus on rebuilding the country in a speech that marked the nation's 30 years of independence from Britain.
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.
Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe used his address to the U.N. General Assembly Friday to slam sanctions imposed against him and others in his regime, blaming them for worsening the plight of people in his country.
Speaking to the U.N. General Assembly, Zimbabwe's president calls for Security Council reform and an end to sanctions.
Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe, who is scheduled to give a rare interview to CNN's Christiane Amanpour Thursday, is one of the most controversial world leaders of recent times.
Zimbabwe's fragile power-sharing deal faces an uncertain future, one year after an agreement was signed between President Robert Mugabe and his political rival Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai.
A European Union delegation met Saturday with Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe, who said the parties had established a "good rapport."
Congestion in Zimbabwe's prisons is set to ease a bit after President Robert Mugabe acceded to pleas by prison authorities to pardon more than 1,500 prisoners.
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.
Farmers are implicating a close ally of President Robert Mugabe's in the latest round of farm seizures in Zimbabwe in which Mugabe loyalists take over white-owned farms.
Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe pleaded Thursday for aid to help revive the country's battered economy, which analysts say he is responsible for wrecking.
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe eats birthday cake while his nation starves, as CNN's Nkepile Mabuse reports.
Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe was celebrating his 85th birthday with a lavish all-day party Saturday despite the fact that the country is gripped by an economic and health crisis.
One of Zimbabwe's top opposition politicians remained in police custody Thursday as his fellow deputy ministers were being sworn in to join the new unity government led by President Robert Mugabe.
New power-sharing government to be sworn in.
Zimbabwe's opposition said Tuesday that President Robert Mugabe's party has begun to backtrack on the inclusive government set to form next week and is dithering on discussions of contentious issues.
Talks among regional African leaders failed Monday to resolve a long-standing power-sharing dispute between embattled Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe and opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai.
Zimbabwe's opposition said Sunday that it will not "commit political suicide" by entering into a government with President Robert Mugabe without the power to deliver change, food and jobs.
A top Zimbabwean human rights activist facing charges of recruiting people for insurgency training and terrorist bombings is a "threat to society" and must remain in custody, the country's attorney general said.
The number of cholera deaths in Zimbabwe is approaching 1,000, according to U.N. figures published Monday.
The number of cholera deaths in Zimbabwe is approaching 1,000, according to U.N. figures published Monday. The U.N. Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs said 978 people have died and 18,413 suspected cases have been recorded. U.N. figures have been compiled since August.
Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe's government has issued a new passport to opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai, according to a senior official with Tsvangirai's Movement for Democratic Change party.
Many Zimbabweans make the tough journey home to visit friends and loved ones for the holidays. CNN's Robyn Curnow reports.
Zimbabwean police are in contempt of court for failing to follow a judge's order to release jailed members of the opposition, attorneys for the activists said.
Police in Zimbabwe appear to be disregarding a High Court order to release members of the opposition in their custody, a lawyer representing them said Thursday.
Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe described the U.S. government and Western nations as "quite stupid and foolish" Tuesday for trying to be involved in the African country's affairs.
Jendayi Frazer, U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs on the pressure for Robert Mugabe to step down.
The United States no longer supports a power-sharing deal between Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe and the country's main opposition because a viable unity government is not possible with Mugabe in power, a top U.S. diplomat said Sunday.
Zimbabwe's government is facing trouble and president Mugabe insists his country is fine. CNN's Robyn Curnow reports.
CNN's Atika Shubert meets one man living in London, doing what he can to topple the government of Robert Mugabe.
A key ally of Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe on Monday accused the opposition of training for armed rebellion.
The U.S. ambassador to Zimbabwe scolds the African country's president, Robert Mugabe, during a briefing.
President Robert Mugabe is "out of touch" with the magnitude of the cholera crisis gripping his country and should step down, the U.S. ambassador to Zimbabwe said Thursday.
As cholera kills hundreds in Zimbabwe, calls increase for President Robert Mugabe to resign. CNN's Rosemary Church reports.
The European Union's foreign policy chief has called for increased political pressure to force Zimbabwe's leader Robert Mugabe to step down, as the country's humanitarian crisis worsens.
The prime minister of Kenya Sunday called for troops to "dislodge" Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe as the country's humanitarian crisis worsens.
U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said Friday the cholera outbreak that has killed nearly 600 people in Zimbabwe is the latest sign that President Robert Mugabe's rule over the country must end.
President Robert Mugabe hinted he may form a Cabinet without the opposition and call for early elections in Zimbabwe to resolve the impasse over a stalled power-sharing deal.
Zimbabwe's opposition leader calls a regional summit on his country a failure. CNN's Nkepile Mabuse reports.
Zimbabweans without aid turn to a diet of wild fruit. CNN's Nkepile Mabuse reports
Mugabe clings to power against mounting odds
Professionals in Zimbabwe are paid in food and fuel in an economy that is near collapse. CNN's Nkepile Mabuse reports
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe and political rival Morgan Tsvangirai failed to reach an agreement Tuesday over new fissures in their power-sharing deal signed last month, despite hours of negotiations.
CNN 's Nkepile Mabuse talks with a victim of political violence in Zimbabwe who says what he went through was not worth it.
Power-sharing talks in Zimbabwe have stalled, with the government and main opposition parties unable to agree on the distribution of ministries.
Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe, locked in a standoff with the opposition in power-sharing talks, went ahead Saturday and laid claim to all key ministries as he tries to retain his iron grip on the nation
Robert Mugabe's political rivals Saturday accused the Zimbabwean president of "ambush" in allocating key ministries to his own party in defiance of a power-sharing agreement aimed at ending political turmoil in the country.
Some rural Zimbabweans facing one of the hungriest years they could remember have been forced to live on a meal a day and in some cases only on wild fruits, the U.N. food aid agency said Thursday
Zimbabwe's president is only four Cabinet posts away from carrying out a power-sharing agreement with the opposition, he said in an interview ahead of his Thursday address to the U.N. General Assembly
Forced to share power, Mugabe and Tsvangirai fail to agree on how. And fighting words from the President raise the specter of violence
CNN's Nkepile Mabuse reports from Zimbabwe that a power sharing deal has apparently been struck between political rivals.
Doubts linger over how President Robert Mugabe and opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai will share power, but most Zimbabweans are welcoming an end to the post-election crisis
President Robert Mugabe and opposition leaders have signed a deal that would see Zimbabwe's autocratic president of nearly three decades cede some power
Mugabe and Tsvangirai agree to share power. Just how remains to be seen, but it's the best news the long-suffering country has had in a decade
Power-sharing talks in Zimbabwe entered their second day Tuesday amid reports they might collapse if President Robert Mugabe does not concede to opposition demands.
Opposition members heckle Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe as he speaks to parliament. CNN's Nkepile Mabuse reports.
Police in Zimbabwe arrested more opposition lawmakers Wednesday as President Robert Mugabe announced he would include opposition members in his new Cabinet.
Zimbabwe's president is heckled and his speech drowned out after he orders the opposition-dominated parliament to assemble
Opposition members booed and heckled Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe as he spoke at the opening of the country's parliament Tuesday, making clear they do not recognize his legitimacy.
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
If purchased on the newsstand in Zimbabwe, the issue of Fortune you're holding would have cost you 270,543,825,555 Zimbabwean dollars. But don't worry about pulling your Weimar-era wheelbarrows out of storage. As of July you could pay for your magazine with three newly issued $100 billion bills.
African leaders gathered for a weekend summit in South Africa on Saturday as hundreds protested nearby, angry at the inclusion of Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe.
With the government continuing to harass the opposition, power-sharing talks between Mugabe and Tsvangirai are no closer to resolution
Embattled Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe signed a power-sharing deal with the opposition party's breakaway faction, his party said Tuesday, though Mugabe's opponents denied the claim.
Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe and opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai returned to power-sharing negotiations Monday afternoon with several "sticking points" left to resolve.
After several hours of power-sharing negotiations, Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe and opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai adjourned the talks early Monday -- apparently without reaching a deal.
Global pressure may have forced Mugabe's government to the bargaining table, but the regime is not ready to offer an acceptable deal to the opposition
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 embarks on a road to peace as President Mugabe and opposition leader Tsvangarai agree to talk.
Mugabe and Tsvangirai agree to negotiate, making way for a possible end to the country's crisis. But obstacles remain
The nation's beaten down opposition may end up being forced to accept what it swears is unacceptable: A power-sharing deal
CNN's Nkepile Mabuse reports brutal violence continues in Zimbawe while Robert Mugabe attends the AU Summit.
A judge in Zimbabwe has cleared 14 opposition party members who were facing charges of inciting political violence, the Movement for Democratic Change said.
Russia and China vetoed a U.N. Security Council resolution Friday that would have imposed sanctions on Zimbabwe's longtime president, Robert Mugabe, and 11 senior members of his government.
Neither Zimbabwe's regime nor its opposition can eliminate the other, but each has a very different idea of what a compromise would involve
South African President Thabo Mbeki met Saturday with Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe and members of a breakaway opposition faction, the South African Foreign Affairs Department said.
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