Zimbabwe`s ruling party expels former vice president Mujuru

Zimbabwe`s ruling ZANU-PF party has expelled former vice-president Joice Mujuru for allegedly plotting against elderly President Robert Mugabe, the party announced on Friday.

25 killed in Zimbabwe bus accident

At least 25 people were killed and 46 others injured Sunday in a head-on collision between two buses near Zimbabwean capital Harare, police said.

Alistair Campbell appointed managing director of Zimbabwe Cricket
Alistair Campbell appointed managing director of Zimbabwe Cricket

Former Zimbabwe captain Alastair Campbell has been appointed managing director of the country's cricket board with incumbent Wilfred Mukondiwa redeployed to a new role.

Mugabe appoints Mnangagwa as new Zimbabwe VP

Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe on Wednesday named hardliner Emmerson Mnangagwa as his vice president, putting the former justice minister in pole position to succeed him.

Zimbabwe's Mugabe fires vice president, seven cabinet ministers

Zimbabwe's vice president, once seen as Robert Mugabe's heir apparent, has been fired along with eight cabinet allies, the government said on Tuesday as the veteran leader purged his foes.

Malawi drops diplomat who called Mugabe `idiot` from Zimbabwe post

A Malawian diplomat who once described Zimbabwe`s President Robert Mugabe as an `idiot` will no longer be posted to Harare, Foreign Minister George Chaponda said Tuesday.

No sex please, you're students: Zimbabwe university

The Zimbabwe students' union on Thursday made war not love over a new code of conduct banning students from kissing on campus at the country's top university.

Faf Du Plessis fills Jacques Kallis void, says can get even better
Faf Du Plessis fills Jacques Kallis void, says can get even better

Faf du Plessis has cemented his number three position in South Africa`s one-day international (ODI) lineup with successive centuries against Australia but the batsmen believes he can get even better before next year`s World Cup.

Hamstrung Michael Clarke doubtful for Pakistan series
Hamstrung Michael Clarke doubtful for Pakistan series

Australia captain Michael Clarke is doubtful for next month`s series against Pakistan in the United Arab Emirates after scans confirmed an injury to his left hamstring.

Elton Chigumbura guides Zimbabwe to remarkable win over Australia
Elton Chigumbura guides Zimbabwe to remarkable win over Australia

Elton Chigumbura hit an unbeaten half-century as Zimbabwe pulled off a shock three wicket win over Australia in a one-day triangular series match on Sunday.

Michael Clarke to return for Australia in Harare ODI
Michael Clarke to return for Australia in Harare ODI

Australia captain Michael Clarke will return to action for Sunday`s triangular series match against hosts Zimbabwe after recovering from a hamstring strain, Cricket Australia said.

Hamstrung Michael Clarke doubtful for Australia`s Zimbabwe opener

Australia captain Michael Clarke has suffered a hamstring injury during Friday`s training in Harare and is doubtful for their first one-day international against Zimbabwe on Monday.

Zimbabwe`s Tendai Chatara reprimanded for showing dissent

Zimbabwe`s Tendai Chatara has been reprimanded after pleading guilty to a Level 1 breach of the ICC Code of Conduct during the first day`s play in the one-off Test against South Africa in Harare on Saturday.

Moment of truth for Zimbabwe gold miners

The CAF Confederation Cup moment of truth for Zimbabwe cinderella club How Mine comes this weekend when they host Nigerians Bayelsa United.

Mugabe mourns `champion of the oppressed` Mandela

Zimbabwe`s President Robert Mugabe paid tribute to Nelson Mandela on Saturday, describing the South African liberation icon as "a champion of the oppressed".

Mugabe party official probed over USD 6 mln diamond bribe

Zimbabwean police announced a probe on Friday into a top member of President Robert Mugabe`s party on suspicion of soliciting a USD 6-million bribe from a Ghanaian investor in a diamond-mining deal.

Zimbabwe court frees 21 opposition activists after two-years

Zimbabwe`s high court on Thursday ordered the release of 21 opposition activists detained for over two years in connection with the death of a police officer, their lawyer said.

Zimbabwe stumble after century stand

Hamilton Masakadza and Brendan Taylor shared a century partnership before Zimbabwe suffered a collapse on the first day of the second Test against Pakistan at Harare Sports Club on Wednesday.

Waller says Zim wage issue likely to affect team`s performance

Zimbabwe`s new coach Andy Waller has said that the player pay issue faced by the nation`s cricket team will be a major distraction ahead of the opening Test against Pakistan in Harare, even if it is solved at the last moment.

Over 300,000 turned away at Zimbabwe polls

Nearly 305,000 Zimbabwean voters were turned away and 206,000 received assistance from election officials during last week`s disputed vote, organisers said on Thursday.