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  He held power for 37 years and once said 'only God' could remove him. Mugabe ruled by fear and brought a once-promising economy to near ruin
Nov.20     Mugabe faces impeachment by parliament  Zanu-PF, the party of Zimbabwe's embattled President Robert Mugabe is to begin moves to impeach him Nov.19     Mugabe faces looming resignation deadline  Embattled President Robert Mugabe is facing a deadline set by his own party to resign after his surprise speech where he refused to quit Nov.17     Protesters to hold mass anti-Mugabe rally   Protesters are gathering in Zimbabwe's capital Harare to demand the resignation of President Mugabe. He attended a university graduation ce... Nov.16     Mugabe 'resisting calls to resign'  Zimbabwe's long-time President is reportedly refusing to step down immediately, despite growing calls for his resignation Nov.6 Mugabe sacks 'disloyal' Mnangagwa

August 2017 ... more > Top ^
Aug.15  Grace Mugabe back from SA despite assault claim

year 2016 Top ^

Jul.13  Zimbabwe pastor Evan Mawarire calls for more protests Feb.27  Zimbabwe leader's birthday party criticised

year 2014 Top ^

Feb.22  Zimbabwe's Mugabe celebrates 90 years

year 2013 Top ^

Aug.3  US and UK concern over Zimbabwe vote President Mugabe re-elected amid fraud claims
  Mugabe's Zanu-PF party has won a two-thirds majority in parliament after Wednesday's election, Zimbabwe's electoral commission announced Jul.31  Counting in 'orderly' Zimbabwe polls Mar.15  Zimbabwe votes in key referendum

year 2010 Top ^

Dec.17  Mugabe threatens 'revenge' against West

year 2009 Top ^

Sep.12 Mugabe says EU meeting 'very friendly'
Mar.10  Mugabe attends S. Tsvangirai memorial Mar.9 Tsvangirai rules out foul play in fatal crash Mar.7  Zimbabwe PM seeks Botswana care Mar.6 PM's wife killed in car crash   Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai was in stable condition and recovering from head injuries after a car wreck that killed his wife, Susan Feb.28 Mugabe vows to seize more farms Feb.13 New government minister arrested Feb.11   Tsvangirai sworn in as PM   Opposition leader was sworn in as prime minister of Zimbabwe as part of a new unity government Jan.30 Opposition to join unity government Jan.26 Conflicting reports blur Zimbabwe deal. South Africa  EU tightens Zimbabwe sanctions Jan.15  Activist: 'I feared for my life'

year 2008 Top ^

Dec.21 U.S. no longer supports Zimbabwe deal
Dec.19  Tsvangirai threatens to halt unity talks Dec.13  Mugabe takes step toward power-sharing Dec.5  PM urges Zimbabwe cholera action Dec.4  Kenya PM calls for Mugabe removal Nov.22 Government rejects Carter and Annan Nov.20  Mom, tot among 12 'seized' Nov.9  Tsvangirai rejects compromise offer Zimbabwe rivals 'must compromise'. South Africa Oct.12 Tsvangirai in threat to quit deal Oct.11 Fury as Mugabe party gets key ministries Sep.15     Rivals sign power-share deal
  President Robert Mugabe and Morgan Tsvangirai set aside deep differences to sign a deal intended to end the violent crisis
Sep.11     Rivals agree unity deal   The opposition leader Tsvangirai and President Mugabe to share power. Tsvangirai would be prime minister with Mugabe president Aug.26 Mugabe heckled at parliament opening
Aug.17   Summit ends in Zimbabwe stalemate   Johannesburg: Zimbabwe's ruling party and opposition have been unable to reach a power-sharing agreement at a summit of Southern African leaders Aug.16  Protesters greet Mugabe at summit Aug.15  Summit to target Zimbabwe crisis Jul.21     Rivals sign deal on talks  President Robert Mugabe and opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai have signed an agreement for formal talks Jul.11     Russia, China veto sanctions on Zimbabwe   UN Security Council: Russia and China vetoed a resolution that would have imposed sanctions on Mugabe, and 11 senior members of his government Jul.10  Zimbabwe rival parties hold talks Jul.8  G8 to seek sanctions on Zimbabwe Jul.5   Mbeki in Harare for crisis talks  Thabo Mbeki has held talks with President Robert Mugabe and members of a breakaway opposition faction. Tsvangirai declined to meet Mbeki Jul.4  Film of 'vote-rigging' Jul.3  220 seek refuge in U.S. Embassy Jul.2  U.S. may push UN sanctions on Zimbabwe Jul.1 African call for Zimbabwe unity. Egypt  Mugabe aide tells West: 'Go hang' Jun.30  Kenya urges AU to suspend Mugabe Jun.29  Zimbabwe looms over Africa summit  Observers denounce vote Mugabe sworn in after disputed election  President Robert Mugabe was sworn in after the Electoral Commission declared he overwhelmingly won the disputed runoff election Jun.28  Tutu urges Zimbabwe intervention  Election results delay  Bush calls for Zimbabwe sanctions  Mugabe 'preparing to be sworn in' Jun.27  UN 'regrets' Zimbabwe election Vote under threat of violence Jun.26  Mugabe rejects poll delay calls  Mugabe rivals plead for end to 'genocide' Jun.25  Tsvangirai denies peacekeepers request  Mandela condemns Mugabe 'failure'  Tsvangirai leaves embassy refuge Jun.24  US to ignore Zimbabwe poll result  Mugabe defiant as criticism grows  ANC 'dismayed' by Zimbabwe crisis Jun.23  UN: Free Zimbabwe poll impossible  Mugabe rival seeks refuge in embassy Jun.22  Criticism mounts on Zimbabwe poll   Opposition pulls out of election
  Morgan Tsvangirai is pulling out of presidential run-off as there was no point running when elections would not be free and fair.    Tsvangirai called on the global commu...
Jun.21  Judge okays opposition rally Jun.20 Biti ordered to face treason trial Jun.12  Mugabe critic on treason charge Jun.6  Zimbabwe halts opposition rallies Jun.5  Zimbabwe suspends aid operations  Police 'attack U.S. diplomats' Jun.4 Tsvangirai arrested ahead of runoff vote May.24 Tsvangirai returns home May.2  Mugabe rivals reject poll result Officials: rivals face runoff Apr.26 Recount shows opposition ahead  Ruling party has failed to gain the seats needed to hold onto control of parliament in a recount of ballots in last month's controversial el... Apr.12  Zimbabwe to hold partial recount Summit opens to end Zimbabwe vote crisis   Zambia: Leaders from southern Africa convened for a meeting aimed at trying to resolve a dispute over the release of March 29 presidential election ... Apr.11  Summit to tackle Zimbabwe Apr.5  Opposition: Runoff risks violence Apr.4  Zanu-PF backs Mugabe for run-off Apr.3  Raids target opposition party Apr.2   Mugabe's Zanu-PF loses majority
  Election Commission: Zanu-PF party has taken 94 of the 207 contested seats, while opposition parties have won 105.    The MDC said its leader Morgan Tsvangirai had won the presidential...
Mar.30  First results of elections announced Mar.29  Opposition cries foul as Zimbabwe votes

year 2007 Top ^

Nov.20  Ian Smith, Rhodesia's last PM, dies at 88 May.11  Zimbabwe to chair major UN body Mar.29  African leaders side with Mugabe Mar.28 Opposition leaders arrested Mar.18 Opposition aide beaten Mar.15  Mugabe tells critics to 'go hang' Mar.12   Opposition tortured by police
  Top opposition leaders were assaulted by police who broke up a prayer meeting planned to protest government policies

year 2005 Top ^

Nov.23  Zimbabwe officials' assets frozen by US Jun.22   Evicted moved to 'transit camp'  The campaign to clear the homes, businesses of the poor from its cities has sparked more violence Apr.1 Mugabe wins criticized election
Mar.30  EU condemns Zimbabwe election

year 2004 Top ^

Oct.15  Tsvangirai innocent of treason

year 2003 Top ^

Dec.7  Zimbabwe quits Commonwealth Jun.6  Tsvangirai charged with treason

year 2002 Top ^

Aug.23  Mugabe dissolves cabinet Aug.12 Mugabe tells white farmers to go
Mar.19  Commonwealth suspended Zimbabwe Mar.13   Mugabe wins 'rigged' poll  President has won a fifth term in office amid accusations of ballot irregularities and ruling party violence Feb.25 Mugabe opponent accused of treason Feb.18  EU agrees Zimbabwe sanctions Jan.10 Mugabe gets new powers
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Apr. 18, 1980   Rhodesia becomes Zimbabwe
Map of Harare Zimbabwe
  The country became independent as the Republic of Zimbabwe, and its capital, Salisbury, was renamed Harare two years later.



President Mugabe re-elected amid fraud claims  Mugabe's Zanu-PF party has won a two-thirds majority in parliament after Wednesday's election, Zimbabwe's electoral commission announced Vote under threat of violence Opposition pulls out of election




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2008
Jun.5  Zimbabwe suspends aid operations




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2013
Aug.3  US and UK concern over Zimbabwe vote
Aug.3
Jul.31  Counting in 'orderly' Zimbabwe polls
Mar.15  Zimbabwe votes in key referendum
2008
Jul.4  Film of 'vote-rigging'
Jun.29  Observers denounce vote
Jun.28  Election results delay
Jun.27  UN 'regrets' Zimbabwe election
Jun.27
Jun.26  Mugabe rejects poll delay calls
Jun.22  Criticism mounts on Zimbabwe poll
Jun.22
  Morgan Tsvangirai is pulling out of presidential run-off as there was no point running when elections would not be free and fair.    Tsvangirai called on the global commu...
May.2  Mugabe rivals reject poll result May.2 Officials: rivals face runoff
Apr.26 Recount shows opposition ahead  Ruling party has failed to gain the seats needed to hold onto control of parliament in a recount of ballots in last month's controversial el... Apr.12  Zimbabwe to hold partial recount Apr.5  Opposition: Runoff risks violence Apr.4  Zanu-PF backs Mugabe for run-off Apr.2 Mugabe's Zanu-PF loses majority
  Election Commission: Zanu-PF party has taken 94 of the 207 contested seats, while opposition parties have won 105.    The MDC said its leader Morgan Tsvangirai had won the presidential...
Mar.30  First results of elections announced Mar.29  Opposition cries foul as Zimbabwe votes 2005 Apr.1 Mugabe wins criticized election
Mar.30  EU condemns Zimbabwe election 2002 Mar.13 Mugabe wins 'rigged' poll  President has won a fifth term in office amid accusations of ballot irregularities and ruling party violence



Zimbabwe, Politics Government Timeline ... See World Government timeline Top ^
2009 Jan.30 Opposition to join unity government
2008 Oct.11 Fury as Mugabe party gets key ministries 2002 Aug.23  Mugabe dissolves cabinet 1980 Apr. 18, 1980   Rhodesia becomes Zimbabwe Map of Harare Zimbabwe
  The country became independent as the Republic of Zimbabwe, and its capital, Salisbury, was renamed Harare two years later.




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2008 Dec.13  Mugabe takes step toward power-sharing



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2008 Jun.25  Tsvangirai denies peacekeepers request



Zimbabwe, Politics Summit Timeline ... See World Summit timeline Top ^
2008 Aug.17 Summit ends in Zimbabwe stalemate   Johannesburg: Zimbabwe's ruling party and opposition have been unable to reach a power-sharing agreement at a summit of Southern African leaders Aug.15  Summit to target Zimbabwe crisis Jul.1 African call for Zimbabwe unity
. Egypt Jul.1  Mugabe aide tells West: 'Go hang' Jun.29  Zimbabwe looms over Africa summit Apr.12 Summit opens to end Zimbabwe vote crisis   Zambia: Leaders from southern Africa convened for a meeting aimed at trying to resolve a dispute over the release of March 29 presidential election ... Apr.11  Summit to tackle Zimbabwe 2007 Mar.29  African leaders side with Mugabe



Zimbabwe, Politics Agreement Timeline ... See World Agreement timeline Top ^
2009 Jan.26 Conflicting reports blur Zimbabwe deal
. South Africa 2008 Sep.15   Rivals sign power-share deal
  President Robert Mugabe and Morgan Tsvangirai set aside deep differences to sign a deal intended to end the violent crisis
Sep.11   Rivals agree unity deal   The opposition leader Tsvangirai and President Mugabe to share power. Tsvangirai would be prime minister with Mugabe president Jul.21   Rivals sign deal on talks  President Robert Mugabe and opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai have signed an agreement for formal talks



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2008 Nov.22 Government rejects Carter and Annan




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2008 Jun.5  Police 'attack U.S. diplomats'



Zimbabwe, Politics Human Rights Timeline ... See World Human Rights timeline Top ^
2016 Jul.13  Zimbabwe pastor Evan Mawarire calls for more protests 2009 Feb.13 New government minister arrested
Jan.15  Activist: 'I feared for my life' 2008 Nov.20  Mom, tot among 12 'seized' Jul.3  220 seek refuge in U.S. Embassy Jun.28  Tutu urges Zimbabwe intervention Jun.26  Mugabe rivals plead for end to 'genocide' Jun.25  Mandela condemns Mugabe 'failure' Jun.25  Tsvangirai leaves embassy refuge Jun.24  US to ignore Zimbabwe poll result Jun.24  Mugabe defiant as criticism grows Jun.24  ANC 'dismayed' by Zimbabwe crisis Jun.23  UN: Free Zimbabwe poll impossible Jun.23  Mugabe rival seeks refuge in embassy Jun.21  Judge okays opposition rally Jun.20 Biti ordered to face treason trial Jun.12  Mugabe critic on treason charge Jun.6  Zimbabwe halts opposition rallies Jun.4 Tsvangirai arrested ahead of runoff vote Apr.3  Raids target opposition party 2007 May.11  Zimbabwe to chair major UN body Mar.28 Opposition leaders arrested Mar.18 Opposition aide beaten Mar.15  Mugabe tells critics to 'go hang' Mar.12 Opposition tortured by police   Top opposition leaders were assaulted by police who broke up a prayer meeting planned to protest government policies 2005 Jun.22 Evicted moved to 'transit camp'  The campaign to clear the homes, businesses of the poor from its cities has sparked more violence 2003 Jun.6  Tsvangirai charged with treason 2002 Feb.25 Mugabe opponent accused of treason



Zimbabwe, Politics Talks Timeline ... See World Talks timeline Top ^
2009 Sep.12 Mugabe says EU meeting 'very friendly'
2008 Dec.19  Tsvangirai threatens to halt unity talks Nov.9  Tsvangirai rejects compromise offer Nov.9 Zimbabwe rivals 'must compromise'. South Africa Jul.10  Zimbabwe rival parties hold talks Jul.5 Mbeki in Harare for crisis talks  Thabo Mbeki has held talks with President Robert Mugabe and members of a breakaway opposition faction. Tsvangirai declined to meet Mbeki



Zimbabwe, Politics Political Sanctions Timeline ... See World Political Sanctions timeline Top ^
2009 Jan.26  EU tightens Zimbabwe sanctions 2008 Jul.11   Russia, China veto sanctions on Zimbabwe   UN Security Council: Russia and China vetoed a resolution that would have imposed sanctions on Mugabe, and 11 senior members of his government Jul.8  G8 to seek sanctions on Zimbabwe Jul.2  U.S. may push UN sanctions on Zimbabwe Jun.30  Kenya urges AU to suspend Mugabe Jun.28  Bush calls for Zimbabwe sanctions 2005 Nov.23  Zimbabwe officials' assets frozen by US 2002 Mar.19  Commonwealth suspended Zimbabwe Feb.18  EU agrees Zimbabwe sanctions



Zimbabwe, Politics Political Leaders Timeline ... See World Political Leaders timeline Top ^
2017 Nov.22 Zimbabwe's Mnangagwa promises jobs in 'new democracy
Nov.21   Mugabe resigns: Zimbabwe celebrates end of an era Map of Harare Zimbabwe
  He held power for 37 years and once said 'only God' could remove him. Mugabe ruled by fear and brought a once-promising economy to near ruin
Nov.20   Mugabe faces impeachment by parliament  Zanu-PF, the party of Zimbabwe's embattled President Robert Mugabe is to begin moves to impeach him Nov.19   Mugabe faces looming resignation deadline  Embattled President Robert Mugabe is facing a deadline set by his own party to resign after his surprise speech where he refused to quit Nov.16   Mugabe 'resisting calls to resign'  Zimbabwe's long-time President is reportedly refusing to step down immediately, despite growing calls for his resignation Nov.6 Mugabe sacks 'disloyal' Mnangagwa Aug.15  Grace Mugabe back from SA despite assault claim 2016 Feb.27  Zimbabwe leader's birthday party criticised 2014 Feb.22  Zimbabwe's Mugabe celebrates 90 years 2009 Mar.9 Tsvangirai rules out foul play in fatal crash Mar.7  Zimbabwe PM seeks Botswana care Mar.6 PM's wife killed in car crash   Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai was in stable condition and recovering from head injuries after a car wreck that killed his wife, Susan Feb.11 Tsvangirai sworn in as PM   Opposition leader was sworn in as prime minister of Zimbabwe as part of a new unity government 2008 Dec.4  Kenya PM calls for Mugabe removal Oct.12 Tsvangirai in threat to quit deal Jun.29 Mugabe sworn in after disputed election  President Robert Mugabe was sworn in after the Electoral Commission declared he overwhelmingly won the disputed runoff election Jun.28  Mugabe 'preparing to be sworn in' May.24 Tsvangirai returns home 2004 Oct.15  Tsvangirai innocent of treason 2002 Jan.10 Mugabe gets new powers



Zimbabwe, Politics Protest Timeline ... See World Protest timeline Top ^
2017 Nov.17   Protesters to hold mass anti-Mugabe rally   Protesters are gathering in Zimbabwe's capital Harare to demand the resignation of President Mugabe. He attended a university graduation ce... 2008 Aug.16  Protesters greet Mugabe at summit



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2009 Feb.28 Mugabe vows to seize more farms
2002 Aug.12 Mugabe tells white farmers to go



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2018 Feb.14 Zimbabwe opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai dies
. Johannesburg 2009 Mar.10  Mugabe attends S. Tsvangirai memorial 2007 Nov.20  Ian Smith, Rhodesia's last PM, dies at 88



Zimbabwe, Politics Parliament Timeline ... See World Parliament timeline Top ^
2008 Aug.26 Mugabe heckled at parliament opening