Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe's police forces detained Roy Bennett, an aide to his chief rival, and coalition partner, Morgan Tsvangirai on Wednesday, roiling the unity government that has helped stabilize Zimbabwe.
Recent moves to nationalize big businesses have made several companies postpone plans to invest.
A top ally of President Robert Mugabe said the European Union 'wants to undermine the inclusive government.' Meanwhile, the opposition party is considering pulling out of the fragile coalition.
Court documents show two ministers are defying President Robert Mugabe in a power struggle over control of a mining company.
Sanctions, human rights violations are waived, for now, so that Zimbabwe's power-sharing government can make some progress.
The government says it will ease media ban as part of an effort to reengage with the West. But the US and Europe are dubious.
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 opposition's pullout from Friday's vote raises pressure on Zimbabwe's leader.