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A large number of potential first-time voters unregistered after the three-week process.
Industry executives and analysts have warned of the negative impact political squabbles over elections is having on business in Zimbabwe.
The Joint Monitoring and Implementation Committee's proposal to oversee polls has Zanu-PF insisting its role in the government must end.
Zimbabwe's Supreme Court will be asked to compel police and prisons to provide antiretroviral treatment to detainees.
The cost of deporting illegal Zimbabwean immigrants is huge and has prompted calls for South Africa to legitimise their stay.
Zimbabwe's state media is celebrating the "exposure" of a sinister campaign for the opposition by Coca-Cola.
As Zimbabwe approaches elections this year a human rights lawyer has vowed never to give up - even after her own arrest.
This week marks the 50th year since the founding of a continent-wide organisation that spearheaded efforts to liberate Africa from colonial masters.