Re-elected Zimbabwe president Emmerson Mnangagwa appeals for unity; Opposition leader Nelson Chamisa alleges poll-rigging
Zimbabwe president Emmerson Mnangagwa said the election was free and fair and appealed to Opposition leader Nelson Chamisa for unity, while also saying the opposition leader was entitled to air his grievances in court.
Zimbabwe’s Emmerson Mnangagwa wins first election since Robert Mugabe ouster; polls marred by 6 deaths
After two days of claims and counterclaims, the 75-year-old Mnangagwa secured a comfortable victory, polling 2.46 million votes against 2.15 million for 40-year-old opposition leader Nelson Chamisa.
Zimbabwe Election: Anxious for change, 5.5 million to vote in first polls since Robert Mugabe's removal
Zimbabwe voted in its first election without Robert Mugabe on the ballot, a contest that could bring international legitimacy and investment or signal more stagnation if the vote is seriously flawed.
Former Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe described his departure from office in November as a 'coup d'etat' that "we must undo" in his first televised interview since the departure
Morgan Tsvangirai, Zimbabwean Opposition leader and severe critic of Robert Mugabe, dies of cancer at 65
Morgan Tsvangirai, who founded the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) party in 1999, was among the most prominent critics of Robert Mugabe.
Zimbabwe president Emmerson Mnangagwa has opened the one-day extra ordinary congress of the governing ZANU-PF party and pledged to be the president of a united and non-racial Zimbabwe.
Zimbabwe's president Emmerson Mnangagwa dropped two ministers he had appointed to his new cabinet just a day earlier
Zimbabwe's Emmerson Mnangagwa comes under fire over cabinet appointments; Opposition terms it 'recycling dead wood'
Zimbabwe's new president, Emmerson Mnangagwa, came under fire on Friday for unveiling a debut cabinet that named two military allies to top positions
Zimbabwe declares Robert Mugabe's birthday a holiday; had previously named a university, buildings and roads after him
Zimbabwe has made former president Robert Mugabe's birthday a public holiday, a state daily reported, nearly a week after the long-time ruler stepped down.
Zimbabwe's former finance minister testified Saturday that armed, masked men in uniform abducted him from his home during the military operation leading to the ouster of longtime leader Robert Mugabe.
Zimbabwe's military action leading to Robert Mugabe's resignation was legal, a High Court judge has ruled, in a key decision as the military seeks to show that its moves were not a coup
Emmerson Mnangagwa promises 'full democracy' in Zimbabwe, urges 'patriotic citizens' to work together
Zimbabwe's incoming president Emmerson Mnangagwa told adoring crowds in Harare today that they were witnessing "unfolding full democracy" as he returned to take power after Robert Mugabe stepped down after 37 years in power.
From the widely acclaimed liberator of his nation to a despotic dictator, Robert Mugabe's 37-year rule of Zimbabwe has been one of Africa's most controversial and influential
Zimbabwe erupts in joy as Robert Mugabe resigns after 37 years in power; citizens now await new leader
Zimbabweans waited Wednesday to discover when their new leader would be appointed after president Robert Mugabe's resignation brought a sudden end to a 37-year reign of authoritarian rule.
Zimbabwe crisis: Ousted deputy president Emmerson Mnangagwa asks Robert Mugabe to respect public opinion, resign
Zimbabwe's ousted deputy president Emmerson Mnangagwa on Tuesday asked President Robert Mugabe to respect public opinion and step down
Zimbabwe's ruling party is to launch impeachment proceedings Tuesday against President Robert Mugabe, in the latest bid to oust the 93-year-old strongman still clinging to power after 37 years in office.
Zimbabwe's influential war veterans have called for immediate protests against President Robert Mugabe as parliament moved to impeach the veteran leader.
Zimbabweans were stunned by Mugabe's defiance during a national address Sunday night in which the increasingly isolated president, put under military house arrest last week, had been expected to step down.
After Mugabe's ouster, the Mnangagwa regime will have to clear the preceding régime's mess by taking people of Zimbabwe as well as China into confidence.
Mugabe, in a much-expected TV address on Sunday, stressed he was still in power after his authoritarian 37-year reign was rocked by a military takeover