Johannesburg - President Robert Mugabe was back in Zimbabwe on Monday following a brief holiday abroad, state-media reported.
London - Archbishop Desmond Tutu said Wednesday that South Africa had "betrayed its own legacy" by failing to remove Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe from power.
In a BBC interview broadcast Wednesday, the archbishop and Nobel Peace Prize winner accused South Africa of losing the moral high ground by failing to stand up to Mugabe.
Bern/Geneva - The Swiss government has announced plans to freeze the bank accounts of 11 political allies of embattled Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe.
Switzerland will also block the 11 - many of whom have been accused of orchestrating violence surrounding this year's Zimbabwean presidential elections - from entering the country.
London - A British government minister Monday called on President Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe to "step aside" as he had become an "obstacle" to any power-sharing deal.
Africa Minister Mark Malloch-Brown told the BBC: "Power-sharing isn't dead but Mugabe has become an absolute impossible obstacle to achieving it."