Zimbabwe’s tax collections below target
Zimbabwe’s tax collections were six percent below target in the first half of this year due to a depressed economy, the tax authority said on Monday, adding pressure on a government struggling to pay workers’ salaries.
Zimbabwe police break up anti-Mugabe protest
Riot police in Zimbabwe used water cannon and batons Wednesday to break up a protest by several hundred demonstrators gathered in Harare in a fresh sign of opposition to President Robert Mugabe.
Zimbabwe police arrest another war veterans' leader
Zimbabwean police on Monday arrested another senior member of the war veterans' association in a growing crackdown on critics of President Robert Mugabe after a series of rare protests.
Zimbabwe police arrest war veterans' spokesman
Police have arrested a leader of Zimbabwe's war veterans after they accused President Robert Mugabe of "dictatorial" behaviour in an exceptional show of dissent, lawyers said Thursday.
Protest pastor urges fearful Zimbabweans to speak out
Evan Mawarire, the pastor who has emerged as leader of Zimbabwe's new protest movement, has called on citizens to "scale the wall of fear" and speak out over the country's mounting crisis.
Zimbabwe fails to pay soldiers on time
Zimbabwe has delayed paying its soldiers for a second successive month, sources said Monday, underlining the worsening economic crisis that has triggered recent protests.
Freed Zimbabwe protest leader calls for further strikes
The Zimbabwean pastor who has emerged as leader of a new protest movement against President Robert Mugabe's authoritarian government called on Thursday for further strikes and shutdowns.
Zimbabwe pastor charged with attempting to overthrow government
The pastor who has emerged as leader of Zimbabwe's new protest movement was charged Wednesday with attempting to overthrow the government for his role in a recent surge of demonstrations.