Supporters of President Emmerson Mnangagwa: has  a narrow lead over his main rival Nelson Chamisa. Photograph: Philimon Bulawayo

An independent audit of the voters’ roll that will be used in Zimbabwe’s general election this month has found it is more accurate, complete and curre(...)

The attempted assassination of Zimbabwe’s president, Emmerson Mnangagwa, last week has underscored the fragility. Photograph: Ahmed Ould Mohamed Ould Elhadj/AFP/Getty Images

Compared with previous years, Zimbabwe’s electoral environment has improved ahead of this month’s crucial general election, but civil society fears it(...)

Supporters of President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s Zanu-PF party march for non-violent, free and fair general elections in Harare, Zimbabwe. Photograph: Philimon Bulawayo/Reuters

With less than two months to go to Zimbabwe’s crucial general election, opposition parties and rights organisations are warning that the ruling party (...)

Itai Dzamara in a protest against Robert Mugabe’s government last autumn. He was abducted on March 9th and has not been since since.

Zimbabwe’s security forces did not take long to conclude that Itai Dzamara’s civil disobedience campaign was a threat to president Robert Mugabe’s gov(...)

Movement For Democtratic Change (president Morgan Tsvangirai at his house in Harare last Saturday. He will not attend the inauguration of Robert Mugabe as president of Zimbabew. Photograph: AP

Zimbabwe’s long-standing leader, Robert Mugabe, will once again be inaugurated as the country’s president today, after two legal challenges by the mai(...)

Voters line up to caste their ballots in Zimbabwe’s election in the Mbare area of Harare. Photograph: Pete Muller/The New York Times

Prime minster Morgan Tsvangirai’s Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) today said there had been “monumental fraud” in Zimbabwe’s election.Mr Tsvangir(...)

Heavily armed riot police deployed in potential election flashpoints in Zimbabwe today on the eve of a showdown between president Robert Mugabe and p(...)

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