In this week's edition we take a look at the Zuma effect, surprising ways the economy will change and deliver a sobering Covid-19 report card.
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Economist John Robertson says he believes the country’s government is reneging on its promises.
The North Gauteng High Court sets aside a bid to have Hoërskool Overvaal admit 55 English-speaking learners, the world's fifth largest diamond is discovered in Lesotho and see the Queen’s response to where the crown jewels were hidden during WW2.
An emotional Robert Mugabe finally agreed to end his 37-rule in Zimbabwe when army generals who’d seized power told him they wouldn’t prevent protesters from storming his home unless he relented, sources have said.
Former Zimbabwean vice-president Dr Joice Mujuru and the People's Rainbow Coalition held a press conference, to update the public on the state of the nation and recent developments, after the military staged a suspected coup against President Mugabe.
Nothing like ploughing your way through a two-page statement from Zimbabwe’s Vice President Phelekezela Mphoko to take your breath away.
A Zimbabwean man, 29, who posed as a secret agent where top security officials were holding a briefing before President Robert Mugabe's recent rally in Mutare, has been jailed for two months, a report says.
Zimbabwean firms are battling with a flood of imports that are placing profits and pricing under pressure, despite restrictions introduced by President Robert Mugabe’s government last year.
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe celebrated his 93rd birthday with a lavish party on attended by thousands of loyalists outside the second city of Bulawayo. See pictures.
Ghana's president John Mahama says he stands a "very good" chance of winning the presidential poll, and Zim central bank says it is about to "drip-feed" another seven million US worth of bond notes into circulation.
Zimbabwe's dreaded bond notes are set to be out next week, central bank governor John Mangudya has reportedly said.
Zimbabwe's ruling Zanu-PF party will dish out eight million T-shirts and caps from China, erect hundreds of billboards and restaff its communication department in a bid to win this year's polls, a newspaper reports.
Limpopo ANC chairperson Stan Mathabatha has urged party delegates to learn from their "northern neighbours" after Zimbabwean and Zanu-PF leader Robert Mugabe was removed.
President Jacob Zuma has lauded former Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe's contribution to the fight for freedom.
Zimbabwe's sacked vice president Emmerson Mnangagwa has said he had fled the country as he issued a direct challenge to long-ruling President Robert Mugabe and his wife Grace.
If Mugabe believes Mandela let black South Africans down in 1994, he must accept that South Africans have let the people of Zimbabwe down by failing to deal with him, writes Mondli Zondo.
A selection of quotes from some of the stories that made news this week.
Lawmakers want Zimbabweans to have "huge" families in order to "attract desperately needed investors", and Kenyans in SA are registering for elections amid xenophobic violence.
Zimbabwe's pastor Mwarire has been detained at the Harare International Airport, and African leaders have adopted a strategy calling for a collective withdrawal from the ICC.
A Zimbabwe court has indefinitely postponed the trial of five war veteran leaders charged with insulting longtime President Robert Mugabe, citing bungling by the prosecution.
President Robert Mugabe uses presidential powers to sign dreaded bond notes into official currency and "shocked" Nigerian president orders probe into sexual abuses by government officials.
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