Robert Mugabe appears at university graduation

It is not yet clear what the president’s public appearance means for the military takeover

The numbers behind Zimbabwe’s heart-breaking economic decline

The euphoria over the prospect of a post-Mugabe era needs to be ‘tempered by the understanding that what follows may not necessarily be much ...

WATCH: What lies ahead for our neighbour, Zimbabwe?

Business Day news editor Xolisa Phillip leads a panel of editors as they discuss the political turmoil unfolding in Zimbabwe

Mnangagwa returns to Zimbabwe, as Zanu (PF) leaders meet to plan Mugabe’s exit

Botswana's Ian Khama says there is no support in the region for Mugabe to cling to power

Five lessons from the Zimbabwe coup

Perhaps the most important one is what it says about China’s emergence as a power broker in Africa, writes Peter Apps

Situation in Harare unclear, says Zuma

President heads to Sadc meeting to confer on crisis in Zimbabwe

Mugabe ‘refuses to step down’

Other sources say he has agreed to step down, but needs security assurances for his family

Mugabe stays defiant, ‘refuses to step down’

Other sources say he has agreed to step down, but needs security assurances for his family

Seeking a sign of investor confidence in Zimbabwe? Look for falling stocks

The deeper Zimbabwe’s economy has sunk, the more equities have soared — its main gauge is up 322% in the past year in dollars, the best performance ...

Opposition calls for Mugabe to resign — but who might take over?

Whether through a military coup or natural causes, Mugabe’s reign is like to end sooner rather than later: here are the players that might form part of a ...

Zimbabwe: China offers its usual support; the US expresses concern; the UK is cautiously optimistic

There are mixed messages from around the world as Zimbabwe’s military take-over unfolds

Dos Santos sacking will not affect telecoms partnership, says Sonae

The dismissal of Isabel dos Santos from her post as CEO of Sonangol does not affect her partnership that controls telecoms firm NOS, says Portuguese retailer

WATCH: What lies ahead for Zimbabwe?

Dianna Games from Africa@Work talks to Business Day TV about the political manoeuvrings in Zimbabwe and what this could spell for SA

Nigeria tightens security after pro-Biafran groups calls for boycott of election

Analysts say ‘unprecedented’ measures are being taken to stop unrest, including surveillance helicopters, 10 gunboats and 303 patrol vehicles.

Catholic priest said to mediate Mugabe exit, as MDC leader Tsvangirai returns

'I'm in if Morgan's in': former finance minister Tendai Biti keen to be involved if national unity government emerges

SA envoys are in Zimbabwe and will meet Mugabe, generals soon, says Cabinet

The government has denied rumours the envoys were turned away on arrival

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