Outrage as Mugabe son-in-law appointed to lead Zimbabwe airline

Zimbabweans vented their outrage Wednesday over the appointment of President Robert Mugabe's son-in-law as chief operations officer of national airline Air Zimbabwe, a move seen as strengthening...

Zimbabwe introduces bond notes to combat cash shortages

Zimbabwe will launch notes with equivalent US dollar values to ease cash shortages and promote exports starting next month, the central bank announced Thursday.

Zimbabwe bans opposition protests despite court ruling

Authorities in Zimbabwe on Monday again announced a ban on opposition protests through October 16, state television reported.

Mugabe rejects calls for early polls as protesters clash with police

President Robert Mugabe Friday said he will not be pushed towards early elections, as anti-government protestors calling for his immediate resignation clashed with police in Zimbabwe’s capital,...

Zimbabwe court declares anti-government protest ban invalid

Zimbabwe's High Court Wednesday declared a two-week ban on anti-government protests "invalid," saying it curtailed citizens' rights.

Zimbabwean court denies bail to 59 anti-government detainees

A Zimbabwean court on Friday denied bail to the majority of 69 anti-government protesters detained last week, only releasing 10 of them despite widespread calls for them to be freed.

Massive rioting in Zimbabwean capital as protesters clash with police

Zimbabwean police on Friday violently dispersed thousands of opposition supporters despite the High Court having authorized their protest in the capital Harare, opposition sources and witnesses...

Zimbabwe police clash with protesters asking Mugabe to resign

Zimbabwean police used tear gas, water cannons and fired in the air to disperse an opposition rally protesting police brutality in the capital Harare on Wednesday.

Twenty injured as Zimbabwe police clash with demonstrators

About 20 people were injured Wednesday when police clashed with protesters in the Zimbabwean capital Harare, dispersing them with batons and tear gas, organizers said.

Zimbabwe pastor calls for cricket match protest against Mugabe

Pastor Evan Mawarire, the founder of Zimbabwe's #ThisFlag social media movement, on Friday called for a protest against President Robert Mugabe and his government.

Top EU court upholds sanctions on former Zimbabwean attorney general

EU sanctions imposed on former Zimbabwean attorney general Johannes Tomana and 120 other individuals and companies were legitimate, the European Union's top court ruled Thursday, dismissing a...

Court releases pastor behind anti-government protests in Zimbabwe

A court in Zimbabwe late Wednesday ordered the release of a pastor who was charged with attempting to "overthrow the government," for organizing anti-government protests.

Zimbabwe releases US cargo plane that had unidentified body on board

Zimbabwean authorities Saturday released a US cargo plane that landed in Harare with an unidentified body, after an autopsy revealed the man had died of asphyxiation.

Zimbabwe arrests crew of US cargo plane after body found on board

Zimbabwean police have arrested six crew members of a US cargo plane after a body was found on board, police said Monday.

Agencies seek billions of dollars in food aid for African countries

Aid organizations and officials have launched appeals for billions of dollars in funding to bring food aid to millions of people in Ethiopia, Zimbabwe and South Sudan.