Top Africa stories: Mugabe, SA, Nigeria

2017-02-23 20:22

Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe says he doesn't want to lead a party of thieves, and alleged anti-xenophobic protesters have attacked offices of an SA company in Nigeria.

Zim student fined $50 for demanding Jobs from Mugabe

2016-11-09 06:02

A Zimbabwean student who demanded jobs from President Robert Mugabe during a graduation ceremony last week at the National University of Science and Technology has been sentenced to two weeks behind bars or pay a $50 fine.

'Controversy' over Mugabe son-in-law's new job 'deepens'

2016-10-10 06:00

Controversy surrounding the hiring of President Robert Mugabe's son in-law as second in command at the troubled national carrier, Air Zimbabwe, is reportedly deepening, as he is alleged to be under qualified for the post.

Top Africa stories: Kenya, Zimbabwe, Ethiopia, I Coast

2016-10-07 18:50

Kenya's election commission is set to step down, Zimbabwe ex-deputy president Joice Mujuru offers to compensate former white farm owner and Ivory Coast opposition attacks 'undemocratic' new constitution.

Zim white farmer 'escapes to Canada with wife, kids after land seized'

2016-10-06 10:30

A white Zimbabwean farmer has reportedly fled to Canada after his farm was invaded by men "closely linked to high ranking politicians".

Top Africa stories: Zimbabwe, Nigeria, Africa

2016-10-04 16:57

There has been a slight improvement amongst African countries governance says a new report and Zimbabwean middle class women under the age of 35 years are shunning elections .

Mugabe owns at least 14 farms, Zim opposition claims

2016-09-30 11:46

Zimbabwe's opposition, the People's Democratic Party has reportedly accused President Robert Mugabe of owning more than 14 farms, in a development seen as contravening the country's constitution on land.

Removing Mugabe from power won't be enough, says Zim politician

2016-09-26 20:00

Zimbabwean veteran politician Dumiso Dabengwa has said that removing President Robert Mugabe and his Zanu-PF party alone would not be enough in getting the country back on track, a report says.

WATCH: Social media users make fun of Mugabe's UN summit speech

2016-09-22 19:00

Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe has again blamed western countries for the ongoing economic difficulties facing his country, as a results social medai users made fun of his recent speech at the UN summit.

Mugabe's govt already planning to rig 2018 vote - opposition claims

2016-09-16 11:05

imbabwe's opposition parties under the banner National Electoral Reforms Agenda have accused the ruling Zanu-PF government of having started "a process of rigging the upcoming 2018 elections".


Typhoid outbreak: Mugabe's minister blames MDC

2017-01-11 22:01

Zimbabwe's Movement for Democratic Change led by Morgan Tsvangirai has slammed Local Government Minister Saviour Kasukuwere over his claims that the opposition party was responsible for the typhoid outbreak in Harare.

Zim ex-VP Mujuru offers $1.4m compensation to ex-white farmer

2016-10-13 16:07

Zimbabwe's former deputy president Joice Mujuru has offered to pay $ 1.4m to the previous owner of her inherited Alamein Farm, also known as Ruzambo Farm, a report says.

Zim opposition urges SADC, AU to push Mugabe out - report

2016-10-09 09:37

Zimbabwean opposition, the People's Democratic Party led by Tendai Biti, has urged the African Union and SADC to force President Robert Mugabe to cease power, saying he was no longer fit to run the country, a report.

Zim protest ban ruling must be overturned - AI

2016-10-07 18:39

Rights group, Amnesty International has called on the Zimbabwean authorities to overturn a court ruling upholding a police ban on demonstrations.

'He's never run a tuck shop': Anger as Mugabe's son-in-law named COO of Air Zim

2016-10-05 11:16

Zimbabwe's bedraggled national airline has a new boss - and the fact that he is President Robert Mugabe's son-in-law has nothing to do with his appointment, apparently.

Africa top stories: Zimbabwe, Gabon, DRC

2016-09-30 17:35

Zimbabwean judge who scratched initial protests ban faces bribe allegations, US orders its nationals to leave DRC and ICC's prosecutors begin probe on Gabon's deadly unrest.

Top Africa stories: Zim activist, Ali Bongo, Somalia

2016-09-27 18:30

A Zimbabwean court orders release of anti-Mugabe activist, Somalian elections delayed by at least another month, and an Ethiopian woman sentenced to death in Saudi Arabia.

Zanu-PF plans 'thank you party' as Mugabe arrives from New York

2016-09-23 19:39

Zimbabwe's ruling Zanu-PF is reportedly planning a "thank you party" for President Robert Mugabe when he arrives in Harare this weekend.

Chinese invest in former white-owned Zim farms - report

2016-09-19 18:19

Chinese farmers have reportedly taken over farms that used to belong to white farmers in Zimbabwe.

Zim govt shoots down finance minister's cash-saving plan

2016-09-14 12:55

Zimbabwe's government has reportedly shot down Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa's cost cutting measures which included cutting down salaries and bonuses for at least two years, a report says.

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