The 2015 winner of China's version of the Nobel Peace Prize was announced Thursday in Beijing. It's none other than the ruler of Zimbabwe, Robert Mugabe. Mugabe is seen by many as a ruthless tyrant, so go figure.
Sharon Hillier didn't start out wanting to be the voice of, well, the vagina. But when she discovered just how off-base men who studied women's reproductive issues were, she felt she had to do something.
Ish Magundikwa is returning to his homeland Zimbabwe for the first time in two years, but with 85 percent unemployment and inflation officially running at 11.2 million percent, it's a vastly different place.
The World's Laura Lynch profiles pop singer Henry Olonga. He's a former cricket star from Zimbabwe, but a single act of defiance against the government there ended his career and sent him into exile in London. Now he's fighting back with music.
Today was the runoff election for Zimbabwe's president, but many voters apparently stayed home out of fear of violence while critics dismissed the vote as a farce, as The World's Jason Margolis has an update.
The World's Laura Lynch reports on the power-sharing deal reached in Zimbabwe. The agreement is supposed to end a bitter dispute between President Robert Mugabe and opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai.