Six Zimbabweans arrested last year for watching footage of the Arab Spring protests were found guilty Monday of conspiracy to commit public violence.
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.
One of the founding members has pulled out of the process to guarantee the origin of diamonds. Robyn Curnow reports.
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.
Influential Zimbabwean general Solomon Mujuru has died in a fire, his body "burned beyond recognition," state radio reported Tuesday.
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.
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.
Dozens of political activists and union members rounded up in Zimbabwe last week faced a possible death sentence as prosecutors Wednesday accused them of plotting an Egyptian-style uprising against longtime President Robert Mugabe.
Police in Zimbabwe have arrested dozens of political activists and trade union members for allegedly plotting an Egyptian-style uprising in the southern African country.
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.
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.
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'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.
Zimbabwe's unity government continues to be plagued by problems. CNN's Nkepile Mabuse reports.
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.
Morgan Tsvangirai, Zimbabwe's Prime Minister talks about his rise in politics and power sharing with Pres. Robert Mugabe.
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe eats birthday cake while his nation starves, as CNN's Nkepile Mabuse reports.
Officials in Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe's ruling party have offered to release imprisoned opposition leaders in exchange for a promise of amnesty covering the party's nearly 30-year rule, one jailed politician's wife said Wednesday.
Roy Bennett, the former Zimbabwean opposition activist who was arrested Friday shortly before he was due to become a Cabinet minister, has been charged with conspiracy to commit banditry, sabotage and terrorism, his lawyer told CNN.
A Zimbabwean opposition party member was arrested just before he was to become the troubled country's deputy agriculture minister, the opposition Movement for Democratic change said.
Zimbabwean opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai has picked his party's secretary-general to hold the difficult and important post of finance minister, he said Tuesday.
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.
Zimbabwe's top human rights activist broke down twice in court Thursday, as she described her detention and alleged torture by state agents last month, saying "I feared for my life."
The man who would be Zimbabwe's prime minister under a power-sharing pact said Friday his party will withdraw from efforts to implement the unity government unless 42 abducted members of his party are freed by New Year's Day.
Zimbabwe's government is facing trouble and president Mugabe insists his country is fine. CNN's Robyn Curnow reports.
A key ally of Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe on Monday accused the opposition of training for armed rebellion.
CNN's Atika Shubert meets one man living in London, doing what he can to topple the government of Robert Mugabe.
Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe published a draft constitutional amendment in the government gazette Saturday, paving the way for the power-sharing agreement reached after violence disrupted this year's presidential election.
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.
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.
Almost 12,000 people have contracted cholera since August in Zimbabwe, and the outbreak threatens to grow more dire -- and deadly -- because the nation can't pay for chemicals to treat water or for doctors to treat victims.
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.
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
Opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai expressed frustration Wednesday at deadlocked talks over a power-sharing agreement with Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe.
Mugabe clings to power against mounting odds
Efforts to resolve Zimbabwe's political crisis remained stalled Monday, after the opposition Movement for Democratic Change Party said it would not attend talks in Swaziland, alleging its leader's necessary travel documents had been too long delayed.
CNN 's Nkepile Mabuse talks with a victim of political violence in Zimbabwe who says what he went through was not worth it.
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.
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.
With the international community distracted by the financial crisis, Zimbabwe's embattled president backs away from sharing power
Forced to share power, Mugabe and Tsvangirai fail to agree on how. And fighting words from the President raise the specter of violence
Zimbabwe's president and newly appointed prime minister are at loggerheads over ministerial appointments, three days after signing a power-sharing deal.
CNN's Nkepile Mabuse reports from Zimbabwe that a power sharing deal has apparently been struck between political rivals.
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.
Zimbabwean lawmakers on Monday narrowly voted for Lovemore Moyo as speaker of the parliament -- making him the first opposition lawmaker to hold the position in the country's history.
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.
Power-sharing talks between Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe and opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai have been postponed until Sunday, a Tsvangirai spokesman said.
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
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
HARARE, Zimbabwe -- Things are quiet today. The calm before a storm. The silence before swearing. In.
Calling Zimbabwe's runoff presidential election a "sham," U.S. President George W. Bush said Saturday that he would push for additional sanctions against the country's government.
With polls closed for a Zimbabwe runoff that opposition politicians and international observers call a sham, alleged torture victims who support former candidate Morgan Tsvangirai said Friday that they back his decision to pull out of the race.
Robert Mugabe casts his vote in Zimbabwe's one candidate presidential run-off election.
Opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai said government supporters threatened Zimbabweans into voting for Robert Mugabe's ruling Zanu-PF party Friday.
The 23-year-old woman in Harare, Zimbabwe, said she could talk, but only briefly. It was 3:30 p.m. there and she had to be home before the 6 p.m. curfew, she said.
Zimbabwe opposition candidate Morgan Tsvangirai said Sunday he would not participate in Friday's presidential runoff, provoking dismay from international observers and handing an apparent victory to President Robert Mugabe.
Opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai is pulling out of Friday's presidential runoff because of mounting violence
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.
Zimbabwe's opposition party said four of its activists and the wife of Harare's mayor -- an opposition member -- have been killed by supporters of President Robert Mugabe, just days ahead of next week's presidential runoff.
Violence and intimidation targeting Zimbabwe's opposition party -- the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) -- has "extinguished any chance of a free and fair" runoff election, according to a Human Rights Watch (HRW) report.
Aid agencies say Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe is starving his own people and using aid as a political weapon.
Zimbabwe opposition leaders must be willing to work alongside Robert Mugabe's party -- even if they unseat him in an upcoming presidential run-off vote, former U.N. chief Kofi Annan says.
Zimbabwe's main opposition party has accused the government of President Robert Mugabe of orchestrating a plot to assassinate its leader Morgan Tsvangirai.
Zimbabwe's main opposition leader prepares to fight Mugabe in a runoff. Nkepile Mabuse reports.
Zimbabwe's opposition leader has canceled his return to Harare from South Africa after receiving information from a "credible source" about what his party said was a planned assassination.
The run-off for Zimbabwe's presidential election will be held June 27, Zimbabwe's Electoral Commission said Friday.
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
Zimbabwe's ruling and main opposition parties began meeting with the country's electoral commission Thursday to verify the results of the March 29 presidential election.
CNN's Richard Roth reports from the United Nations on attempts to break the deadlock in Zimbabwe.
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.
Zimbabwe's opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai has called for the United Nations to set up a criminal court to prosecute those guilty of violence in the aftermath of the stalled election in his troubled country.
Zimbabwe's High Court ruled Monday that it would not force the troubled African country's electoral commission to release the results of the March 29 presidential vote, two journalists at the court told CNN.
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.
Zimbabwe's ruling party said Friday that President Robert Mugabe would be willing to face Morgan Tsvangirai in a runoff election.
Despite increasing calls from the international community to release election results, Zimbabwe has yet to provide any data on the presidential race three days after voters went to the polls.
Election observers called on Zimbabwe's government to release the results of weekend elections as soon as possible to avoid political unrest, but government officials said the results won't be out until Monday.
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.
Even if Zimbabwe's leader wins in this weekend's polling, a revolt within his party may be laying the seeds for his downfall
A collapsing economy fuels a growing revolt within the top echelons of Zimbabwe's ruling party
Zimbabwe's main opposition group Wednesday said they will participate in presidential and parliamentary elections scheduled for March.
A planned two-day strike to protest a government crackdown on illegal homes and traders has got off to a slow start in Zimbabwe's capital amid a heavy police presence.
President Robert Mugabe's party has won enough seats to secure a two-thirds parliamentary majority and so change the constitution, according to news agency reports on Saturday.
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.
Polls have officially closed in Zimbabwe's parliamentary elections that were characterized by long lines at ballot stations and attacks by the U.S. and the European Union as being unfair.
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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