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Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa is reportedly planning to take his first "thank you" rally to former president Robert Mugabe's home area in Mashonaland West, three days after the first anniversary of the nonagenarian's resignation.
Zimbabwean opposition leader Nelson Chamisa is reportedly working towards consolidating his position within the Movement for Democratic Change, just a few months before the party's elective conference.
A Zimbabwean court has reportedly ordered "illegal occupiers" of a white farmer's property in Goromonzi to "vacate the land immediately", and Melania Trump is visiting Malawi, the second stop on a five-day goodwill visit to Africa.
Zimbabwean opposition leader Nelson Chamisa has reportedly criticised President Emmerson Mnangagwa after he offered US President Donald Trump a piece of land in Victoria Falls to build a state of the art golf course.
Zimbabwe's opposition leader, Nelson Chamisa, has reportedly applauded the country's military but has also criticised the ruling Zanu-PF party for using it to kill civilians after the country's crunch elections last month.
Some members of the opposition MDC Alliance are reportedly plotting to topple leader Nelson Chamisa at the party's next congress in 2019, and a Kenyan mother was reportedly found dead in her house.
Zimbabwe's ruling Zanu-PF party has urged its supporters to ignore an ongoing election results court challenge by the country's main opposition the Movement for Democratic Alliance.
Zimbabwe's MDC opposition party has vowed to overturn in court President Emmerson Mnangagwa's narrow election victory, alleging that he won the historic vote via "mammoth theft and fraud".
Former Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe's alleged involvement with the MDC Alliance has reportedly caused divisions within the opposition party - a few days after it was defeated in a disputed election last week.
Zimbabwe authorities are abducting opposition activists and launching court cases to suppress protests, the opposition MDC party has said, despite the president's boast of introducing new freedoms to criticise his government.
Zimbabwe's horrific bus accident has killed more than 40 people, and Denmark has withheld aid to Tanzania over what it calls "negative developments" in human rights in the east African country.
War veterans have besieged Zimbabwe's ruling party headquarters, demanding the sacking of top officials, and MDC's Nelson Chamisa says his party is planning mass protests to force President Emmerson Mnangagwa out of power
Zimbabwe’s main opposition party says a $3.2m bill charged to them by President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s lawyers in the election challenge is “extremely excessive”, and Namibian President Hage Geingob has vowed to push ahead with the land redistribution.
Foreign governments ignoring rights abuses to secure economic benefit in Zimbabwe will only enable oppression, writes Tafi Mhaka.
Former Zimbabwean first lady's grave was reportedly 'abandoned' as ex-president Robert Mugabe 'snubbed heroes day celebrations', and Zimbabwe's ruling Zanu-PF party has filed a counter-petition challenging the opposition's court bid to overturn election results.
Zimbabwe's Zanu-PF has told its supporters to 'ignore' the MDC's election challenge, and a Chinese tourist has died from 'serious' injuries after a hippo attack in Kenya.
Zimbabwe's ruling Zanu-PF lawyers have reportedly claimed that the country's main opposition party missed the deadline to submit its petition over the country's recently held elections.
Former Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe's alleged involvement with the MDC Alliance has reportedly caused cracks within the party, and a Nigerian man has drowned after saving 13 people in a boat accident.
Zimbabwe's main opposition party will make a statement about its plans to challenge the country's election results in the courts, though it believes the judicial system is biased against it, a party spokesperson has said.
As Zimbabwean soldiers opened fire on rioters, protesters and bystanders after a disputed election, teenagers in an International Tennis Federation tournament have been playing each other on hard courts a few kilometers from the deadly violence.
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