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President Mugabe to punish critical veterans
28 Jul 2016
Thousands of Zimbabweans rallied in support of President Robert Mugabe, days after war veterans called for him to step down. At the rally, the 92-year-old leader threatened to punish the dissenting war veterans.
Mugabe's supporters rally against Zimbabwe protests
21 Jul 2016
Thousands of ruling party members have marched in Zimbabwe's capital to show their support for President Robert Mugabe. It's in response to anti-government protests across the country over unemployment and the struggling economy.
Mugabe denounces #ThisFlag pastor Evan Mawarire
20 Jul 2016
Zimbabwe's president Robert Mugabe has used a funeral speech to denounce Evan Mawarire, a pastor behind the #ThisFlag social media campaign that denounces the government's handling of the economy.
Zimbabwe's anti-Mugabe pastor freed
14 Jul 2016
A Zimbabwean court has dismissed charges against a protest leader accused of trying to overthrow the government.
Zimbabwe's former vice president Joice Mujuru launches presidential campaign
19 Jun 2016
Zimbabwe's former vice president, Joice Mujuru, has launched her campaign for the presidency with a rally in Bulawayo city. President Robert Mugabe fired her from the ruling ZANU PF two years ago but she's back hoping to challenge him.
Zimbabwe: Ruling party calls for million man march
26 May 2016
Zimbabwe's ruling Zanu-PF party wants a million people to march in support of President Robert Mugabe. But there are doubts about whether the turnout will be as big as it hopes.
Five million Zimbabweans to face food shortages because of drought
16 May 2016
The UN says more than 30 million people in Southern Africa are facing food shortages because of a drought. Zimbabwe is one of the worst affected countries, where nearly five million people will need assistance by next year.
Drought pushes Zimbabwe authorities to sell wildlife
8 May 2016
Drought pushes Zimbabwe authorities to sell wildlife. In New York City, pigeons dazzle the skies with an artistic light show.
Zimbabwean tobacco farmers suffer from drought
23 Apr 2016
Annual tobacco production in Zimbabwe is expected to fall by 15 percent.
Zimbabwe protesters call for President Mugabe to step down
15 Apr 2016
Thousands of opposition supporters have held the largest protest against President Robert Mugabe in nearly a decade.
Starvation, power woes loom in Zimbabwe and Zambia
9 Apr 2016
One of Africa’s biggest dams, Lake Kariba is down to record low levels due to drought raising fears of a worsening power deficit in Zambia and Zimbabwe and threatening the livelihoods of fishers who depend on its waters.
Robert Mugabe seeks to calm Zimbabwe war veterans
8 Apr 2016
More than 10,000 war veterans are meeting Zimbabwe's president, Robert Mugabe, amid worries over the leadership of the ruling ZANU-PF party.