The African Union is expected to discuss the issue in Egypt Monday, one day after Mugabe declared a 'sweeping victory' in Friday's presidential runoff, which was widely condemned as a sham.
The second round of presidential voting was marked by violence and intimidation. Voters could vote only for President Mugabe.
In a rare interview, militia leader threatens to take over more white-owned farms and businesses.
The collapse of Zimbabwe's health sector, once the envy of many African countries, has quickly spread the country's internal crisis to neighboring countries.
Opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai was invited for talks with President Robert Mugabe, says a top official. Would the talks negate a runoff presidential election scheduled for June 27.
Ongoing violence may impede a runoff between President Robert Mugabe and the opposition's Morgan Tsangirai.
Leaders of the southern African region met in Zambia this weekend for an emergency summit on Zimbabwe's increasingly tense electoral impasse.
Hundreds of war veterans – a potent force for President Mugabe – marched through Zimbabwe's capital Friday condemning the opposition for claiming it won the March 29 elections.
President Robert Mugabe and his top advisers will hold a Politburo meeting on Friday to decide what to do next.
With tension building as results from Saturday's elections trickle in, religious leaders are calling for restraint on all sides.