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A Zimbabwe magistrate has freed top human rights lawyer Beatrice Mtetwa, who was charged with obstructing justice and being unruly to the police. The charges refer to a raid in March at the offices of former Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai. Harare
Zimbabwe (AP) Zimbabwe's main opposition says six of its supporters spent three nights in jail after they allegedly grabbed seed and fertilizer donations which they said were being distributed only to members of President Robert Mugabe's ruling party.
Prime Minister and MDC-T leader, Morgan Tsvangirai is grounded as it emerged yesterday the party is refusing to finance his countrywide tours. This comes as calls intensify for Tsvangirai to step down from the helm of the party after a crushing
The Supreme Court of Appeal will hear an application on Friday for leave to appeal a ruling that South Africa must prosecute Zimbabwean officials accused of crimes against humanity. The National Prosecuting Authority and the SA Police Service are
Media playback is unsupported on your device Should Tsvangirai quit as leader of Zimbabwe's MDC? October 2013 Last updated at 22:16 GMT Morgan Tsvangirai has risen from working in a Zimbabwean mine to becoming the symbol of government resistance. Mr
Some suggested that the inquiry must include local and international investigators to avoid piece-meal probes that cover-up instead of exposing the culprits. Already, senior government officials, including five cabinet ministers, have been fingered
THE opposition MDC-T has claimed that syndicates controlled by top Zanu PF officials are responsible for the by cyanide poisoning of scores of elephants as the ecological disaster becomes a new sparring baton between the rival parties. Wildlife
In a society like Zimbabwe's, where age is revered and youth is merely tolerated, very few young people have been able to make headway in the political arena. This is what makes the new MDC-T councillor for Ward 1 in Bulawayo an interesting anomaly...
That means that the hopes of the MDC's 14-year challenge (and its civil society allies at home and abroad too) to prevent the 89-year-old Mugabe from realising his dream to rule until he is 100 years old were crushed. I agree, just so I am clear here,
Constitutional Assembly chairman Professor Lovemore Madhuku will step down during the organisation's congress on Saturday as he moves to launch an as yet to be named political party which he says will be pan-African in outlook. The NCA congress will