In mid-July, Zimbabwe became the first Full Member to be suspended by the ICC for failing to ensure no government interference in the running of cricket in the country. This decision came after the Sports and Recreation Commission, governing organisation of all registered sporting associations in Zimbabwe, suspended the elected Zimbabwe Cricket board and its acting managing director. Here's the full story.

July 30

News - Zimbabwe players ready to play for free to keep game alive

News - Report for work or face consequences, Zimbabwe Cricket interim committee tells employees

July 27

News - Hamilton Masakadza hints at dressing-room rift in letter to sports minister

July 24

News - 'There has been no government interference' - Zimbabwe minister of sport
News - 'Unconditionally' reinstate elected board or risk loss of membership, ICC tells ZC

July 23

Explainer - Zimbabwe's ICC suspension and its implications

July 22

News - Solomon Mire retires from Zimbabwe cricket
News - ICC bars four Zimbabwe women cricketers from Global Development Squad

July 20

News - Zimbabwe not to travel to Bangladesh for T20I tri-series
News - Sounds like ICC have had enough with Zimbabwe cricket - Grant Flower

July 19

News - 'Do we just burn our kits and apply for jobs?' - Sikandar Raza

July 18

News - Zimbabwe suspended by ICC over 'government interference'

June 30

News - Zimbabwe turmoil continues as women's tour of Ireland cancelled

June 27

News - Struggle for control over Zimbabwe Cricket continues

June 21

News - Entire Zimbabwe Cricket board, acting MD Givemore Makoni suspended

June 17

News - Tavengwa Mukuhlani's re-election puts Zimbabwe Cricket in conflict with government body