MDC Alliance presidential candidate Nelson Chamisa announced his seven-party coalition will participate in Monday’s election, despite earlier threats not to take part unless his demands were met. On the eve of meetings of key organs of Chamisa’s MDC-T party, senior...
The United Nations has raised concern over increasing reports of voter intimidation and the abuse of female candidates ahead of Zimbabwe election, but says there has been a widening of freedoms during the campaign. Parties must accept the poll outcome...
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...
Once, it was the music of the Mbare Chimurenga Choir which told you that you were at a ZANU PF event. But on Saturday morning, on the pavilion of the Borrowdale Race Course, it was Phil Collins singing “In...
PAN-African research project Afrobarometer’s latest poll on the July 30 general election, released on Friday, shows a tight race between President Emmerson Mnangagwa and his main challenger, Nelson Chamisa. The poll, conducted roughly a month before the general election using...
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...
Weeks ahead of the Zimbabwe election, the battle for votes is being fought as much at the rallies as it is on mobile phones. Attack ads, campaign videos, WhatsApp blasts, Facebook Live and even fake news are combining to make...
A LITTLE over 121,000 Americans visited Zimbabwe for business and leisure last year, 4% more than the pre-crisis peak registered in 1999. With tourist arrivals up 15% in the first quarter of this year, Zimbabwe expects a sustained rebound for...
Priscilla Chigumba is winning the legal battle, but she is losing the war to win public confidence. Surrounded by reporters after her swearing in as the head of the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) early February, Chigumba said she knew what...
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