The world's oldest leader said he has no plans to step down in his lavish birthday party.
by Enock Muchinjo
The Listening Post16 Jan 2017 13:23 GMT
A look at how media outlets in Zimbabwe have been silenced and manipulated in the wake of inevitable change.
Zimbabwe11 Nov 2016 20:23 GMT
After running out of US dollar reserves, some Zimbabwean banks have limited cash withdrawals to $50 a day.
US Elections 201608 Nov 2016 20:13 GMT
"There wouldn't be an easing of travel bans or business sanctions simply because Mugabe's preferred candidate wins."
UpFront31 Oct 2016 12:42 GMT
Former Zimbabwe Vice President Joice Mujuru denies corruption claims, says late husband’s fortune "with the courts"
UpFront29 Oct 2016 09:59 GMT
"You have to feel bad and sorry" for victims of Robert Mugabe's "secret army", says Zimbabwe's former VP, Joice Mujuru.
Zimbabwe24 Sep 2016 07:06 GMT
Botswana president called for Robert Mugabe to step down in comments that earned the wrath of the Zimbabwean government.
Health20 Sep 2016 10:57 GMT
Harare Central Hospital suspends all elective surgeries as public hospitals across country hit hard by economic crisis.
Business & Economy16 Sep 2016 04:00 GMT
Hyperinflation fears as Zimbabwe is set to begin using notes issued by its own reserve bank for first time since 2009.
Inside Story11 Sep 2016 20:10 GMT
Zimbabwe is facing its worst financial crisis in seven years.
Zimbabwe11 Sep 2016 09:05 GMT
Actors use performance art to speak out against corruption, unemployment and bad governance.
Zimbabwe10 Sep 2016 09:21 GMT
Finance minister says the country is struggling to pay civil servants whose salaries take up 96.8 percent of the budget.
Zimbabwe08 Sep 2016 03:46 GMT
Judge lifts police ban, days after president accused courts of recklessness for allowing rallies that turned violent.
The Listening Post06 Sep 2016 13:23 GMT
A look at alternative media sources in Zimbabwe offering different perspectives on social media freedom.
The Listening Post05 Sep 2016 10:50 GMT
A look at how social media is threatening the state-owned news outlets currently controlling the political narrative.
Zimbabwe04 Sep 2016 16:21 GMT
President criticises judiciary for "reckless" rulings, ahead of a legal challenge against an official ban on rallies.
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