Tariro Matutsa was at home when a stranger burst in, exposed himself and charged towards her. Her murder charge has sparked a bitter debate how sexual assaults victims are further victimised by the legal system.
The southern African country says it is selling the right to hunt at least 500 critically endangered elephants to help with a shortfall in tourism revenue due to COVID.
Leaked calls allege that Zimbabwe’s vice-president Kembo Mohadi was having affairs with members of his staff.
The Zimbabwean government has called on the Trump administration to reverse its sanctions on the country.
Corruption is on the rise as the government cracks down on opposition.
Cyclone Idai ravaged parts of Zimbabwe in March 2019. But more than a year after the tragedy, some children affected by the disaster are still struggling psychologically.
Porous borders, tariff on gold imports and high demand for gold jewellery make the country a preferred market for illicit gold.
When wildlife monitors came across a group of Chinese men drilling in Hwange National Park, they assumed they'd wandered into the park by accident.
Tens of thousands of people are forced to crowd around communal boreholes as authorities struggle to provide running water.
Three Anti-Government Activists Were Kidnapped and Sexually Assaulted In Zimbabwe. Now the Government Wants to Jail Them.
Activists and opposition leaders say the government and police are mounting a smear campaign to cover-up collusion with the assailants.
“It has everything it needs to give the ruling Zanu-PF party and its agents in government the legal basis to imprison opponents using the internet.”