Zimbabwe parks confirm Jericho the lion alive amid Cecil furor
Zimbabwe wildlife authorities on Sunday dismissed rumors that a second lion, known as Jericho, had been slain.
Zimbabwean charged over killing of Cecil the lion
US-ZIMBABWE-WILDLIFE-LION:Zimbabwean charged over killing of Cecil the lion
People all over the world have risen up to condemn a single man
And it's none of the usual suspects.
Minnesota dentist who killed Cecil the lion gets mauled on the internet
Walter Palmer might be the most hated person on the planet right now.
US hunter reportedly paid $50K to lure and kill beloved Zimbabwean lion Cecil
Walter Palmer from Minnesota shot the lion with a bow and arrow. A local charity estimates it took 40 hours for Cecil to die.
Foreign hunter may face criminal charges for killing much-loved Zimbabwe lion
The hunter allegedly used a bow and arrow.
81 elephants die of poisoning in Zimbabwe
More than 80 elephants and other animals have died of cyanide poisoning by poachers in Zimbabwe's largest game park, wildlife authorities said.
Robert Mugabe to be inaugurated after Zimbabwe's disputed vote
Zimbabwe is due to swear in its veteran president yet again, after winning July elections that the opposition claims were rigged.
Succession, health doubts loom over new Mugabe term in Zimbabwe
The question of whether Robert Mugabe, at 89, can serve out all of his new five-year term - and who will succeed him if he steps down or dies - will hang uncomfortably over his reinauguration.
Zimbabwe constitutional court rules election 'fair'
"The Zimbabwe presidential election held on 31st July, 2013 was in accordance with the laws of Zimbabwe."
Regional bloc toasts Mugabe, calls for end to Zimbabwe sanctions
"I believe Zimbabwe deserves better, Zimbabweans have suffered enough," said the regional bloc's incoming chairwoman, President Joyce Banda of Malawi.
Zimbabwe vote 'free' and 'credible': African Union
The AU's preliminary report voiced "great concern" about voters being turned away and about the electoral roll.
Sex scandals cloud Zimbabwe election campaign between Robert Mugabe and Morgan Tsvangirai
President Robert Mugabe's television station has launched 'attack ads' aimed at discrediting arch rival Morgan Tsvangirai.
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How to reduce HIV in Zimbabwe? Make women uglier.
Zimbabwean senator suggests that women shave their heads, dress badly and stop taking baths to reduce their attractiveness.