Zimbabwe's farmers set hopes on irrigation scheme
Chaotic land reforms, drought and lack of financing have made it difficult for Zimbabwe's small-holder farmers to get ahead. Increased focus on funding irrigation schemes is hoping to change that.
Dozens killed as two buses collide in Zimbabwe
A collision between two buses has reportedly killed at least 46 people near the town of Rusape in Zimbabwe.
Zimbabwe battles to contain cholera outbreak
All public gatherings have been banned in Zimbabwe's capital, Harare, as officials step up efforts to contain an outbreak of cholera. Matthew Larotonda reports.
Zimbabwe’s Post-Mugabe Blues
Since Emmerson Mnangagwa was declared winner of Zimbabwe’s first post-Mugabe elections poll, the country has remained on the edge. Until his ascension to power, Mnangagwa, 75, was a close aide of Robert Mugabe, the 94-year-old autocrat who ruled for 37 years.
Zimbabwe electoral body says vote was fair; candidates confident of win
Zimbabwe's electoral commission said on Tuesday (July 31) there was no rigging or cheating in the first national election since the end of former president Robert Mugabe's nearly four-decade rule.
What investors are looking for in #Zimbabwe polls
Today could mark a historic shift in the Zimbabwe political & economic climate after 38 years of one-party rule. Zimbabweans are voting in their first post-Mugabe era election today and for the first time years the country is under the gaze of Western election monitors.
Zimbabwe's Chamisa says 'victory is certain' as he casts vote
Zimbabwe's main opposition candidate, Nelson Chamisa, told a cheering crowd: "Victory is certain for the people," after casting his vote in Zimbabwe's election on Monday (July 30).
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.