MDC Alliance presidential candidate Nelson Chamisa does not have data from a fifth of the nearly 11,000 polling stations used in the July 30 election, his spokesman said on Monday, as the opposition group prepares to challenge the results...
ZANU-PF has secured a majority in Parliament after posting big wins across its rural strongholds, latest election results released today show, pointing to a victory for President Emmerson Mnangagwa. Results released early Wednesday by the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) showed...
MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa has deleted a tweet in which he claims ‘resounding’ victory in the presidential election, after deadly violence rudely disturbed a calm pre-poll environment. Chamisa’s pre-dawn Tuesday tweet was posted as early unofficial returns, mostly from...
NON-GOVERNMENTAL watchdog, the Zimbabwe Election Support Network (ZESN) says its audit of the new voters roll shows an improved register with no anomalies affecting a large percentage of registrants. The voters roll has been at the centre of the country’s...
OPPOSITION politician Tendai Biti escaped the clutches of Zimbabwean law enforcement on Wednesday morning, skipping into Zambia after a dramatic stand-off involving the neighbouring countries' security agents. The police accuse Biti, a top ally of Nelson Chamisa, of violating electoral...
INDEPENDENT poll watchdog, Zimbabwe Election Support Network (ZESN) says polling agents at 93% of stations it surveyed on voting day had received records of the presidential results. “At 97% and 99% of polling stations, respectively, MDC Alliance and ZANU-PF party...
ZIMBABWE’S President Emmerson Mnangagwa is in dialogue with his main rival Nelson Chamisa to ease tensions and has called for an independent investigation into deadly disturbances which claimed three lives as security forces cracked down on violent post-election protests...
THE first time former United Nations secretary general Koffi Annan and his fellow international diplomats tried to visit Zimbabwe in November 2008, the government slammed the door on the ‘Elders’, triggering international condemnation. Harare, arguing that “no humanitarian assessment could...
President Emmerson Mnangagwa has pledged to speed up economic reforms, urging Zimbabweans to unite to build the economy and put a hotly disputed election behind them. In a speech after his inauguration at the National Sports Stadium in Harare, Mnangagwa...
African observer missions have endorsed Monday’s elections as complying with regional standards, but urged more reforms to end suspicion and improve transparency.  Four observer teams - the SADC Election Observer Mission, the AU Observer Mission, Comesa and the SADC Parliamentary...
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