Hundreds killed by extreme weather
3 journalist face charges over article alleging 93-year-old president suffers from prostate cancer
Heavy rains have deluged Zimbabwe in recent days, causing floods and killing people who attempted to cross rivers that had burst their banks.
Rate increase of more than 2,000 pct leads to backtracking by government, charges of bias
Armed riot police were on patrol in the capital to prevent crowds gathering after civil action groups had earlier vowed to try to hold the first anti-government protest in several weeks.
Worst water shortage in 50 years sees residents of Harare turning to unhygienic supplies
Human rights activists urge Zimbabwe to address appalling prison conditions
Opponents of President Robert Mugabe say threats to prosecute people 'abusing' flag during protests are 'insane'
Around 100 people reportedly arrested, more injured as electoral-reform protests see clashes
Former liberation war combatants have expressed anger over alleged illegal land sales that benefited president's allies
Order to be challenged by rights groups as government faces growing opposition
The order came hours after a coalition of opposition parties said they would stage mass protests across the country on Saturday to push for reform before elections due in 2018.
Local reports say President Mugabe is undergoing treatment in Dubai
Hundreds gather as leader Morgan Tsvangirai returns amid protests over economy, corruption
A national "shutdown" protest last week closed many businesses, shops and schools, with public transport and some government departments and courts also ceasing to function.
Acie Lumumba arrested over F-word address to Robert Mugade, lawyer says
With the UN declaring that food security is decreasing at an alarming rate, the Zimbabwe government has declared a national emergency.looming.
Former ambassador and energy minister found dead in his car in what is officially being described as a suicide
The former vice president Joice Mujuru has apologised to the people of Zimbabwe in what is seen as a step towards Mugabe's position.
The 15-member bloc aims to promote regional economic integration and industrial development
The cash-strapped council is planning to install nearly 4,000 solar powered streetlights citywide