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Zimbabwe threatens social media activists, after protests
16 Aug 2016
Zimbabwe on Tuesday threatened to crack down on social media activists pressing to oust President Robert Mugabe's government, and warned of the turmoil that followed the Arab Spring.
Protests 'don't pay', warns Zimbabwe's embattled Mugabe
8 Aug 2016
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe on Monday warned that protests against his rule "don't pay", after a string of public strikes across the country were quelled by police.
Zimbabwe police break up anti-Mugabe protest
3 Aug 2016
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 arrests second war veteran for ‘insulting’ Mugabe
2 Aug 2016
General Secretary of the Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans Association (ZNLWVA), Victor Matemadanda, has been arrested on charges of undermining the authority of the president.
Zimbabwe police arrest another war veterans' leader
1 Aug 2016
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.
Mugabe denounces Zimbabwean protest leader
19 Jul 2016
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe on Tuesday used a funeral address to angrily denounce popular pastor Evan Mawarire, who has become the figurehead of recent anti-government protests.
Zimbabwe fails to pay soldiers on time
18 Jul 2016
Zimbabwe has delayed paying its soldiers for a second successive month, sources said Monday, underlining the worsening economic crisis that has triggered recent protests.
Zimbabwe accuses France and US of protest plot
10 Jul 2016
Zimbabwe on Sunday accused the US and French embassies of backing street protests and a national work boycott which closed businesses and paralysed the public transport system last week.
Protest strike hits Zimbabwe as pressure on Mugabe grows
6 Jul 2016
Riot police patrolled through Zimbabwe's capital Harare on Wednesday as a call for a national strike against President Robert Mugabe's economic policies closed businesses and crippled the public transport system.
Zimbabwean police arrest anti-Mugabe protesters
10 Jun 2016
Zimbabwean police arrested 15 people, including a journalist and the brother of a missing political activist, during a public protest against President Robert Mugabe, a lawyer said Friday.
Thousands stage pro-Mugabe march in Zimbabwe capital
25 May 2016
Several thousand Zimbabweans joined a march through Harare in support of veteran President Robert Mugabe on Wednesday after the main opposition party staged its own rally last month.
Zimbabwe ex-vice president rejects explusion from party
9 Apr 2015
Zimbabwean former vice president Joice Mujuru on Thursday said she would fight her expulsion from the ruling ZANU-PF party after falling out with President Robert Mugabe.