On the front line of Zimbabwe’s fight against poaching
Opponents and rights groups have called the upcoming celebrations “inappropriate” while Zimbabwe suffers from flooding and a failing economy
Melvin Reynolds resigned his seat in 1995 after statutory rape conviction
The polls in Zimbabwe had barely closed when Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai characterized the July 31 presidential election as “a huge farce.” “In our view, the election is null and void,” Tsvangirai said. “The shoddy …
The iron-fisted Robert Mugabe has ruled Zimbabwe for more than three decades. But as millions lined up to vote Wednesday, the authoritarian president has vowed to step down if he loses
On July 31, Zimbabweans go to the polls to elect their next President. Will the 33-year-reign of President Robert Mugabe finally come to an end? His chief rival doesn’t think so.