How will Mnangagwa’s assassination scare impact upcoming Zimbabwe polls?
An explosion rocked Zimbabwe President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s Saturday campaign rally in the opposition stronghold Bulawayo, leaving one person dead and more than 40 injured.
Explosion at Zimbabwean President Mnangagwa election rally
Zimbabwe President Emmerson Mnangagwa escaped unhurt after an explosion rocked a stadium in Bulawayo where he had addressed a political rally on Saturday, for more CNBC Africa is joined by Political Consultant and Strategist Acie Lumumba.
DW Director General Peter Limbourg in Zimbabwe
DW's Director General Peter Limbourg is in Harare, Zimbabwe, to meet various media partners with the idea of forming partnerships for content production. And is looking into the issue of media freedom in the country.
Exclusive Interview: Zimbabwe's new opposition leader Nelson Chamisa
Nelson Chamisa is the new leader of Zimbabwe's opposition MDC-T. He says the time is up for the old generation.
Mourners bid farewell to late Zimbabwe opposition leader Tsvangirai
Mourners paid their final respects to the late Zimbabwe opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai at a funeral service on Sunday.
Mugabe’s nearly four-decade rule leaves mark on Zimbabwe
With widespread misuse of state resources during the 37 years of President Robert Mugabe's rule, Zimbabwe has been brought to its knees. A look at daily life in the capital Harare.
Zimbabwe cabinet lineup dents hopes of change
Zimbabwe's new president, Emmerson Mnangagwa, names a host of military figures and Mugabe-era politicians to his new cabinet, worrying some who had hoped for a clean break with the past.
Zimbabwe's ousted finance minister arrives for bail hearing
Former finance minister and leader of the ZANU-PF youth league arrive at Harare's magistrates' court for a bail hearing.