Vice president Emerson Mnangagwa suddenly fell ill at rally held on August 12
Ruling-party supporters stage Harare protest over assault allegations against Grace Mugabe
The president had flown to South Africa on Wednesday to attend a two-day regional leaders' summit in Pretoria that began Saturday -- which police said she had been expected to attend.
Grace Mugabe fails to appear after reportedly turning self into police to face assault charges
"President Mugabe on Friday left the country for Singapore for a routine medical check-up," the Sunday Mail newspaper reported.
'Hard work has produced the results we enjoy here even though we teach our pupils in temporary structures'
Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency helps 1,000 flood-stricken families in Zimbabwe
While conservationists stress the lions' right to life, villagers say they fear the loss of their lives and livelihoods
Heavy rains that hit Zimbabwe and killed 246 people have left only refugee camp in the country in a dire state
Mugabe, who would be 99 if he held power through another full term, has ruled through the country's drastic economic collapse.
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