Supporters of Zimbabwean President
Robert Mugabe stone delegates meeting in the capital Harare to create a new constitution, injuring five people.
Copac outreach meetings in Harare were Sunday abandoned after violence and chaos rocked the proceedings as youths — most of whom were apparently Zanu PF supporters — chased away suspected MDC-T supporters from the gatherings. Where the meetings took place, there was tension and high politicisation of talking points resulting in most of the meetings …
Thousands of opposition supporters rally in Harare, Zimbabwe, against President Robert Mugabe and the deteriorating economy. The rally was banned by the police, however, it went ahead after a ruling by the High Court sanctioned the protest. 2016-04-14 (Context: Harare, Robert Mugabe, Zimbabwe)
Zimbabwe's Movement for Democratic Change files papers with the Constitutional Court in Harare arguing that the recent elections be annulled because of widespread allegations of illegalities and intimidation of voters by Robert Mugabe's ZANU-PF party. 2013-08-9 (Context: Harare, Robert Mugabe, Zimbabwe)
China throws a surprise 86th birthday party for President Robert Mugabe in its Zimbabwe embassy in Harare, the first time Mugabe visited a foreign embassy in the country since Zimbabwe won independence in 1980. 2010-02-22 (Context: Harare, Robert Mugabe, Zimbabwe)
The Central Intelligence Organization arrests almost 400 soldiers in Harare, Zimbabwe for allegedly plotting to overthrow President Robert Mugabe. Air Vice Marshal Elson Moyo, Major General Engelbert Rugeje, and Colonel Ben Ncube are allegedly the ringleaders. 2007-06-9 (Context: Harare, Robert Mugabe, Zimbabwe)
Leading opponents of Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe, including Morgan Tsvangirai, leader of the Movement for Democratic Change, and four other members of parliament and party activists, are arrested for defying a ban on protest rallies in Harare. Riot police shoot one activist dead. 2007-03-11 (Context: Harare, Robert Mugabe, Zimbabwe)