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The Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams yesterday criticised the government of Robert Mugabe and urged Anglicans not to retaliate against attacks on the church in Zimbabwe.
The world aviation control body has suspended Zimbabwe's debt-ridden national airline from international financial and flight booking services.
Zimbabwe president Robert Mugabe has been forced to back down on plans to hold elections before a new charter is adopted.
Cash-strapped prison chiefs in Zimbabwe have come up with an innovative plan to provide meat to thousands of hungry inmates - feed them elephants.
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe's main rival has denounced his plans to nationalise foreign-owned firms as "looting and plunder" by a greedy elite.
ZIMBABWE'S president says he won't buckle to regional mediators' demands to end a stand-off in the troubled power-sharing coalition.
An ally of Zimbabwean prime minister Morgan Tsvangirai was re-elected speaker of parliament yesterday in a bitter battle against president Robert Mugabe's party.
Church leaders in Zimbabwe have called for an end to escalating political violence and the "hate language" fuelling it as elections approach and the nation slides deeper into a political crisis.
Two-thirds of Zimbabwe's provinces face severe food shortages, the agriculture minister warned yesterday, adding hunger to a potentially lethal cocktail of poverty and mounting political violence.
Police in Zimbabwe have arrested two more MPs from Morgan Tsvangirai's Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) party ahead of a crucial parliamentary vote for a new speaker.
PRIME minister Morgan Tsvangirai said he wanted a divorce from Zimbabwe's power-sharing government yesterday after police detectives arrested one of his leading allies.
ROBERT Mugabe, Zimbabwe's leader for the past 30 years, has flown to Singapore for a medical check, his fourth visit there this year, his spokesman revealed yesterday.
Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe yesterday threatened a state-backed takeover of foreign firms and a boycott of products in retaliation for western sanctions against him and his Zanu-PF party.
ZIMBABWEAN president Robert Mugabe, who recently turned 87, has shown he is as politically determined as ever by threatening to pull out of a process to draft a new constitution.
Up TO 10,000 Zimbabweans were flocking to Robert Mugabe's 87th birthday party in Harare today - and his supporters have been falling over each other to flatter him.
Iran is expanding its covert global search for the uranium it needs for its nuclear activities and a key focus is Zimbabwe, according to a leaked intelligence report.
ZIMBABWEAN president Robert Mugabe was forced into a power-sharing government with prime minister Morgan Tsvangirai's Movement for Democratic Change two years ago, and is pressing for fresh elections.
Treason charges facing 45 Zimbabweans arrested for watching DVDs and videos of the uprisings in Egypt and Tunisia were last night condemned as "outrageous" by human rights campaigners, who demanded they be freed immediately.