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Zimbabwe moves in to clamp online dissent

File photo©STR/AP/SIPAZimbabwe's opposition Movement for Democratic Change (MDC-T) has been accused of working with "cyber terrorists" to issue "subversive and inflammatory messages on social media".

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Zimbabwe: Thousands hit the streets in anti-Mugabe protest

Opposition party supporters march during a protest aimed at President Robert Mugabe in Harare, Zimbabwe, Thursday, March, 14, 2016. Photo©AP Photo/Tsvangirayi MukwazhiZimbabwe's main opposition party MDC on Thursday staged an unlikely demonstration, attracting close to 10,000 people in the capital, Harare demanding an end to President Robert Mugabe's rule.

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Zimbabwe Country Profile 2015: Desperation leads to Russian roulette

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The year 2015 is unlikely to hold major improvements to the weak Zimbabwean economy.

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Zimbabwe information minister steps down

Zimbabwe Information minister Jonathan Moyo has reportedly stepped down because of a constitutional complication caused by his recent election as a Member of Parliament.

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Robert Mugabe, Zimbabwe's absentee president

Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe. Photo©ReutersZimbabwe President Robert Mugabe on Monday flew to Algeria for a state visit amid a growing chorus for him to cut down on his now frequent foreign travels.

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Britain-Zimbabwe Relations: A Tale of Demonisation

Robert Mugabe Diplomatic relations between the governments of Britain and Zimbabwe have been fractious for over a decade now.

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Zimbabwe's MDC in crisis

Tsvangirai announces Biti’s expulsion – but is he too late? Photo©Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi/AP/SIPATsvangirai and Biti are fighting for the name and assets of the opposition party.

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Zimbabwe's Tsvangirai in trouble

Morgan Tsvangirai. Photo©JEKESAI NIJIKIZANA/AFPThe country's leading opposition party is fighting calls for its leader to step down.

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Zimbabwe: MDC on the verge of another split

Former Zimbabwe Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai was suspended by his party on Saturday, setting the stage for a split in the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC).

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Zimbabwe: Former Zimbabwe PM, Tsvangirai scolded by international partners

Former Prime Minister of Zimbabwe, Morgan Tsvangirai. Photo©ReutersFormer Zimbabwe Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai's Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) party has been rebuked by its long-time allies –Australia and the United States – for political violence.

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Zimbabwe: Violent MDC attacks blamed on Tsvangirai

Former Zimbabwean Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai has been accused of condoning a violent attack on a party memberFormer Zimbabwean Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai's leadership of the opposition MDC is coming under increased scrutiny after two senior party leaders were at the weekend assaulted at the weekend for demanding he step down.

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Zimbabwe's ruling party rejects economic dialogue with MDC

Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe's ruling party has rejected calls for dialogue by the main opposition to resolve the country's worsening economic problems saying its rivals were rejected by the electorate.

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Zimbabwe's past weighs on the economy

transparency over the sale of diamonds from the Marange fields remains elusive. Photo©Robin Hammond/Panos-ReaHarare is trying to negotiate relief on its foreign debt. Critics say the diamond industry, despite lifted sanctions, is not playing its part.

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Zimbabwe's multiple farm owners under the spotlight amid food deficit forecast

The World Food Programme says Zimbabwe faces a severe food deficit. Photo©ReutersZimbabwe's much criticised land reform programme is considered a closed chapter, but President Robert Mugabe's Zanu PF seems to be tearing itself apart on how to proceed with an audit that may likely expose the rot in the manner the agrarian reform was carried out.

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The future of democracy in Zimbabwe

Tolerance of opposition parties suggests pluralism, but it’s only of the theoretical kind. Photo©Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi/aP/siPaMDC and civic activists will have to reinvent themselves as the West shifts its interest to other regions.

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He Who Cannot Be Allowed to Lose

They voted as a people who wanted to live, although on Facebook only dead people were known to have voted ZANU-PF.

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Zimbabwe: Tsvangirai fights for political survival in MDC

Former Zimbabwean Prime Minister and leader of MDC-T, Morgan Tsvangirai/Photo©ReutersFormer Zimbabwe Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai's Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) turned 14 Wednesday amid calls for President Robert Mugabe's longtime rival to give way for fresh blood.

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Zimbabwe: Tsvangirai caught between a rock and a hard place

Outgoing Zimbabwe Prime Minister Morgan TsvangaraiOutgoing Zimbabwe Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangarai, fresh from suffering a defeat by President Robert Mugabe in last week's presidential elections is reportedly facing a difficult task of keeping his party together amid alleged moves to topple him.

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The battle for survival - Zimbabwe's "do or die" elections

In a head to head replay of 2008's contested elections between Mugabe and Tsvangirai, whoever loses will face division and anger that could tear his party apart.

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Zimbabwe elections: Tsvangirai confident of clinching presidency

Zimbabwean Prime Minister is confident he'll win the presidential elections/Photo©ReutersZimbabweans will on Wednesday elect a new administration amid renewed optimism that long time ruler President Robert Mugabe will be finally toppled.

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