Serving as a U.S. diplomat in Zimbabwe is tough. Life for African-American diplomats there is even harder.
Zimbabwe’s military didn’t topple the regime. It just restored the ruling party’s corrupt old guard to power.
A wave of brutal violence against visiting college students is forcing the country to examine its racism problem.
What’s a $1,500-a-day travel allowance for hard-working flunkies?
President Jacob Zuma is toying with land expropriation policies that threaten the country's economy — and his own leadership.
Who better to guide your birthday party planning than nonagenarian African autocrats?
The Zimbabwean dictator’s very public, very amusing fallout with a former political ally in South Africa.
The specter of hyperinflation is driving demonstrations against Mugabe, and security forces are responding with brutality.
The country's own flag has become an anti-government symbol of protest.
The once-mighty Non-Aligned Movement mustered just a shadow of its former self in a sad summit in Venezuela.
Amid protests and economic turmoil, Twitter mocked the authoritarian president’s new cartoonish likeness.
Whether it’s an Arab Spring-style uprising that gets him or simply old age — Zimbabwe’s firebrand autocrat is on his way out.