The African leader celebrated his 93rd birthday and said he will run again next year as there is no viable alternative candidate.Read the full story ›
On his 93rd birthday, Robert Mugabe insisted he has no plans to stand down as Zimbabwe's leader and vowed to stand again in the election.Read the full story ›
Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe says his ZANU-PF party wants him to stand for re-election in 2018, and that the majority of people see "no replacement" for him.
Mr Mugabe has been president of Zimbabwe since 1987, previously service as prime minister of the country since 1980.
Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe could run "as a corpse" in next year's election if he dies before the vote, his wife has claimed.Read the full story ›
ITV News has spoken to people in Zimbabwe who claim the government has used kidnappings and torture to suppress protests across the country.Read the full story ›
The 92-year-old laughed off reports he is gravely ill as he returned to Zimbabwe to headlines claiming he had been replaced as president.Read the full story ›
The main political opponents of Robert Mugabe have been forced to flee an increasingly violent rally after being fired at by police.Read the full story ›
A court ruled that the charge of "plotting to bring down an entire government" against Pastor Evan Mawarire is illegal.Read the full story ›