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.
The African Union is urging the two sides to talk but opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai says he won't negotiate a government of national unity unless he is recognized as the country's rightful leader, as The World's Jeb Sharp has an update.
Zimbabwe's longtime president Robert Mugabe is up for re-election on Saturday and he's expected to win again, even though the country is in freefall, as Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Harare-based journalist Peta Thorneycraft.
Zimbabwe's economy is in tatters and this weekend, President Robert Mugabe is facing his toughest re-election bid since the end of white rule there; Anchor Marco Werman speaks with the CBC's Laura Lynch, who's in the capital Harare covering the election.
Anchor Lisa Mullins gets an update from reporter Laura Lynch on Zimbabwe's drawn-out election process, as three days after voters went to the polls, only partial results are available and an air of tense uncertainty pervades the country.
Residents in Zimbabwe are anxiously awaiting results from Saturday's presidential election, and so are hundreds of thousands of Zimbabweans in exile, as Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with one ex-pat, Violet Gonda, a radio journalist in California.
Lisa Mullins speaks with John Worswich, chief executive of a group in Zimbabwe called "Justice for Agriculture,ï¿½ who says thugs associated with Zimbabwe's embattled ruling party have been invading farms as the country's political uncertainty continues.
The World's Matthew Bell reports that Zimbabwe's embattled president Robert Mugabe is showing no signs of compromise, and today, during his first major public speech since the disputed March 29th elections