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Mugabe refuses to go, talks over his future to continue

The embattled President of Zimbabwe, Robert Mugabe has refused to step down as leader of the country despite mounting pressure from the military and negotiators from the Southern African development community (SADC).

Morgan Tsvangirai calls on Mugabe to resign

The opposition leader in Zimbabwe Morgan Tsvangirai on Thursday called on the embattled president of the country, Robert Mugabe to step down and make way for a peaceful transition process.

Zimbabwe to have a transitional government?

Days after the military took charge of Zimbabwe and placing the country’s President Robert Mugabe under house arrest, there are reports a transitional government could be put in place moving forward.

Zimbabwe’s opposition sues Mugabe over Voters Register

The opposition leader in Zimbabwe, Morgan Tsvangirai and his party the MDC have sued the country's President Robert Mugabe for announcing a date for the start of compiling a new voter register ahead of the country's 2018 presidential and…

Zimbabwe’s opposition sued for $1m over 2016 protests

Zimbabwe’s opposition coalition, convened by Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) leader Morgan Tsvangirai, has been sued for $1 million and accrued interest over damages during protests in the capital Harare last year. A civil society…

New opposition coalition ridiculed by Mugabe loyalists

The strength and threat posed by newly formed opposition coalition in Zimbabwe have been ridiculed by loyalists to President Robert Mugabe. Media outlets loyal to the government have questioned the potency of the opposition coalition set to…

Opposition leaders in Zimbabwe unite to challenge Mugabe

Two of Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe's chief rivals said on Wednesday they were allying to deny the 93-year-old another term in office. Morgan Tsvangirai, 65, who was Zimbabwe's prime minister in an uneasy coalition government with…