The United States announced on Monday the reimposition of sanctions on nine individuals and three entities in Zimbabwe, including President Emmerson Mnangagwa, citing their involvement in corruption.
Zimbabwean authorities have confirmed the arrest of a 26-year-old South African man suspected to be behind the email threat that led to the disruption of flights to Victoria Falls last Friday.
Zimbabwe's President Emmerson Mnangagwa has taken swift action after a bomb scare that disrupted operations at airports, announcing the dismissal of the country's Air Force commander.
President Mnangagwa, en route to the resort town from Harare, was instructed to turn back mid-flight, with his Dassault Falcon X7 presidential jet rerouted to Robert Gabriel Mugabe International Airport.
Zapu has raised concerns over the government's handling of planned hearings on the Gukurahundi massacres, questioning the sincerity of its commitment to a genuine resolution of the atrocities.
Zimbabwean opposition stalwart Job Sikhala announced his resignation from the Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) party on Thursday, citing infiltration by ZANU PF and dubbing the party a "carcass."
Christopher Mutsvangwa's abrupt dismissal as the war veterans minister last Saturday has stirred speculation and raised questions about the dynamics within Zimbabwe's political circles.
Zimbabwe's politician, Nelson Chamisa, has declared his intention to remain active in politics, revealing plans to form a new political entity after his recent departure from the Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC).
President Emmerson Mnangagwa has reappointed Justice Priscilla Chigumba as the head of the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC), a move that has sparked controversy.
Zimbabwe opposition leader Nelson Chamisa has officially distanced himself from the Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) exactly two years after forming the party.