UpFront

Is Joice Mujuru the right replacement for Mugabe?

"You have to feel bad and sorry" for victims of Robert Mugabe's "secret army", says Zimbabwe's former VP, Joice Mujuru.

Inside Story

What will it take to end Zimbabwe's financial crisis?

Zimbabwe is facing its worst financial crisis in seven years.

Zimbabwe

Zimbabweans use satire to protest against Robert Mugabe

Actors use performance art to speak out against corruption, unemployment and bad governance.

Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe to axe 25,000 government employees

Finance minister says the country is struggling to pay civil servants whose salaries take up 96.8 percent of the budget.

Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe court overturns ban on anti-Mugabe protests

Judge lifts police ban, days after president accused courts of recklessness for allowing rallies that turned violent.

Zimbabwe

'Yes, I was dead,' jokes Mugabe on return to Zimbabwe

After an absence that led to intense speculation that he was ill, the world's oldest head of state returns home.

Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe police tear gas anti-Mugabe protesters

Zimbabwe police beat up protesters and block off the site of an opposition rally in Harare, despite High Court backing.

Human Rights

Anti-Mugabe protests turn violent in Zimbabwe's Harare

Tear gas, water cannons and batons used to disperse rally in capital Harare with unconfirmed reports of injuries.

Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe police break up anti-Mugabe protest

Several people have been beaten by police and at least one of the protesters sustained deep cuts on the head.

Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe's opposition leaders rally against Mugabe

Former prime minister Morgan Tsvangirai and ex-deputy president Joice Mujuru call for unity among opposition parties.

Human Rights

Zimbabwe war veterans boycott Mugabe speech

The boycott widens the rift with Africa's oldest leader over economic woes.

Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe: War veterans arrested for 'insulting Mugabe'

Police in Zimbabwe have arrested several senior war veterans who called for President Robert Mugabe to step down.

Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe veterans call Mugabe dictatorial, manipulative

In a surprise move, Zimbabwe's war veterans, who supported Mugabe for decades, say they will no longer back him.

Human Rights

Mugabe says protest leader backed by foreign countries

Zimbabwean president accuses pastor who led protests of being backed by countries set on destabilising the government.

Africa

Freed Zimbabwean protest leader calls for more strikes

Evan Mawarire called for protests after a court dismissed charges of attempting to overthrow the government.