MDC-T councillors harass journalists

MDC-T councillors implicated in illegally evicting Glen Norah families from houses they have been occupying since 1972 yesterday hurled insults at Herald and ZBC reporters covering a passout parade of 89 metropolitan police.

Time for new politics in Zimbabwe – UDA speaks

Beloved fellow Zimbabweans, I wish to greet you all and our supporters and volunteers from the nations of the world.

Zimbabwe PM frustrated by 'Old Government'

Progress in Zimbabwe is still being blocked by elements of the "old government" who oppose power sharing, the country's prime minister has said.

Zanu PF causing terror in Gokwe

The Movement for Democratic Change provincial leadership in Midlands has complained about continued harassment of its members by Zanu PF militia in Gokwe.

Zimbabwe constitution committee goes on strike

Zimbabwe's parliamentary committee tasked with drafting a new constitution, meant to pave the way to fresh elections, has gone on strike after government failed to pay their allowances, reports said Sunday.

Simba Makoni charged under POSA

Mavambo president Dr Simba Makoni, has been charged with "addressing more than 400 people" in Glendale during the 2008 Presidential Campaign.

Zimbabwe Constitution May Be Negotiated – PM

PM Morgan Tsvangirai and Robert Mugabe - I am hoping that we don’t abandon this process because a step forward is better than a static position.”

GPA principals to lead in observing peace

President Mugabe, Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai and his deputy Arthur Mutambara will lead Zimbabweans in observing the country's new-found peace and unity at a function set for the Harare International Conference Centre tomorrow.

Court bars two ZAPU members from party premises

Two ZAPU members who caused mayhem at the party offices two weeks ago when they axed another party member were on Friday banned by the court from setting foot at the party premises until their matter has been finalised.

Elections will be fair -PM Tsvangirai

Sunday 21 June 2009,Andrew Marr interviewed Morgan Tsvangirai, Prime Minister, Zimbabwe on the Andrew Marr Show.