No one should underestimate the scale of the mountain facing Zimbabwe after 37 years under Mugabe. The presidential election in 2018 was a turning point, with voters having a real choice for the first time in decades.
With more rain forecast in the coming days, aid agencies say the risk of flooding and landslides is high.
A devastating cyclone has slammed South Eastern Africa claiming lives in Mozambique, Zimbabwe, and Malawi. Red Cross confirmed to Euronews that they expect the death toll to categorically rise in Mozambique while access issues have posed challenges to their recovery efforts.
As Emmerson Mnangagwa took the oath of office, he reiterated he will call an independent inquiry into the army crackdown following the vote in which six people died
Opposition call for vote re-run
Twenty-seven members of the opposition Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) appeared in a Zimbabwe court facing public violence charges on Saturday after six people were killed in post-election protests that were met by a military crackdown.
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Despite their differing political opinions, Zimbabweans expressed their frustration over austerity after the final election results were revealed.
Emmerson Mnangagwa re-elected as President of Zimbabwe but opposition party MDC say that the vote has been rigged and these results are "fake".
Mnangagwa receives 2.46 million votes vs Chamisa with 2.15 million
With nine out of 10 provinces declared, Mnangagwa had 2.15 million votes against 1.93 million for opposition leader Nelson Chamisa.
Zimbabwe's citizens express similar anti-violent sentiments on social media after three people killed in post-election clashes
The streets of Harare are quiet and shops are closed a day after three people were fatally shot during protests and battles. The Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) party are being blamed for the violence
Violence in Zimbabwe amid protests over initial election results - As ruling Zanu-PF appear to be on their way to victory - MDC supporters have claimed vote rigging. Protests were launched and government troops opened fire.
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Three people have been killed in Zimbabwe's capital Harare after forces opened fire on hundreds of opposition protesters.
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
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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.
An explosion rocked a stadium in Zimbabwe where President Emmerson Mnangagwa was addressing a rally on Saturday.
A crocodile attack did not impede a 25-year-old Zimbabwean woman from getting married five days later.
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
Emmerson Mnangagwa, Zimbabwe’s newly inaugurated president, has vowed to revive the country's economy