Tony Blair secretly courted Robert Mugabe in an effort to win lucrative trade deals for Britain, it has emerged in correspondence released to The Independent under the Freedom of Information Act.
Barbara Nyagomo-Mambo, founder of the One Million Zimbabwe Voices campaign might face investigations by UK authorities over financial improprieties relating to the funding of the Zim Mafia anti-Mugabe campaign, we can exclusively reveal.
Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai has described the acrimonious split of the MDC in 2005 as the saddest part of his political life and offered...
Cases of men who are bashed by their spouses and girlfriends in domestic violence are on the increase countrywide.Several men have been killed while others have been maimed after being attacked by their spouses in longstanding domestic disputes.
Zimbabwe's electoral commission will not be able to draw up a clean voter's roll and organise elections next year because of lack of money,...
Two Cabinet Ministers Nicholas Goche and Priscilla Misihairabwi â€“ Mushonga are among the individuals who stand to lose properties after they benefitted from an illegal money lending scheme run by a controversial businessman, Frank Tawanda Buyanga.
An 18-year-old Zimbabwean who caused the loss of another man's eye in a fight over a vuvuzela was jailed for a year, reports a state-run daily.
Zimbabwe's parastatals are paying executives and senior management monthly salaries of up to US$15 000, despite reports of mismanagement,corruption and crippling debt.
Defence forces commander interferes with police investigations.Three armed robbers allegedly used a 303 rifle belonging to Zimbabwe Defence Forces Commander, Constantine Chiwenga, (Pictured) to...
The MDC faction led by Deputy Prime Minister Arthur Mutambara was this week humiliated when the Zimbabwe Electricity Supply Authority (ZESA) disconnected power supplies at the party headquarters in Bulawayo over a US$20 000 debt for power consumed since 2001.