Tensions remain high in Zimbabwe following the first election in 38 years without Robert Mugabe's name on the ballot. The opposition Movement for Democratic Change, led by Nelson Chamisa, is claiming victory.
Zimbabwe has closed its polls and counting is underway in the country’s’ first ever election without Robert Mugabe on the ballot paper. Opposition leader Nelson Chamisa says his party did "exceedingly well".
Good Morning Europe brings you the latest from the Zimbabwe election.
Many first time voters queued at the polling stations, without Robert Mugabe being on the ballot paper for the first time. An EU Chief Observer says voting polls were "very smooth" at some but it was "totally disorganised" in others
What’s at stake in Zimbabwe’s election? The country is choosing a new president after 40 years under Robert Mugabe brought repression and economic ruin.
Voters in the southern African country are choosing a new president, eight months after Robert Mugabe was forced from power following nearly 40 years of repressive rule.
Mugabe told reporters at his mansion in Harare that Mnangagwa's government was unconstitutional
Zimbabwe's new president has appointed two military chiefs to his new cabinet, in a move widely seen as a reward for their support
Euronews interviews journalist Andrew Meldrum, who was kicked out of Zimbabwe in 2003 over his reporting on Mugabe's regime
75-year-old Mnangagwa has promised to respect the constitution and improve citzens' rights
Zimbabweans give the politcial changes a cautious welcome as the stock market suffers billion-euro losses.
An expert on Zimbabwe talks to Euronews about the downfall of Robert Mugabe
Zimbabwe’s former president Robert Mugabe granted immunity from prosecution and assured that his safety would be guaranteed as part of a deal that led to his resignatio
Huge crowds welcome Emmerson Mnangagwa home from exile following removal of Robert Mugabe
Thousands celebrate as Emmerson Mnangagwa returns to Zimbabwe after a brief exile in South Africa, to be sworn in as president
Mugabe resigns as Zimbabwe's president after losing cabinet and party support.
Robert Mugabe has resigned as president of Zimbabwe, ending his 37-year rule
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe has until noon (1100 CET) on Monday (November 20) to stand down or the ruling ZANU-PF will begin impeachment
Robert Mugabe has defied expectations and refused to resign as Zimbabwe's President despite the ruling ZANU-PF party removing him as its leader hours earlier.
As Zimbabwe celebrates the fall of the Grand Old Man of African politics, Robert Mugabe, the spotight falls on his successor Emmerson Mnangagwa
Robert Mugabe, sacked by his ruling ZANU-PF party after 37 years in power, has addressed the nation
As Zimbabwean's celebrate the expected fall of Robert Mugabe, the President agrees to meet military commanders for talks, with his rule close to collapse.
Tens of thousands of Zimbabweans flood the streets of Harare in an outpouring of elation at the expected fall of President Robert Mugabe.
All the main pillars of Robert Mugabe's decades-long rule now either oppose him or have deserted him
Zimbabwe's ruling ZANU-PF party is calling for President Robert Mugabe to resign, the latest sign that his authority has collapsed.
Zimbabwe's veteran leader is reportedly refusing to step down despite a military takeover
Photos have been released of the meeting but the veteran leader is reportedly resisting pressure to step down following the military takeover.