The recent elections in Zimbabwe were always likely to be problematic.
WHEN President-elect Robert Mugabe and his Zanu PF party contested last week’s general elections, their aim was to secure outright victory and boost their political legitimacy.
With both congratulations and criticisms pouring in, there is much concern over what the disputed elections will mean for Zimbabwe going forward.
MDC-T National standing committee has rejected calls by the Sadc Observer Mission to accept the outcome of the just ended crucial elections in Zimbabwe
Zanu PF has advised MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai to approach the courts once election results are announced
One can only come to a very sad conclusion pertaining to the government’s mindset on the state and pace of our broadcasting sector development.
THE SADC and AU observer missions on Friday endorsed Zimbabwe’s presidential and parliamentary elections as ‘free and peaceful’
A RETURN to protracted political crisis and possibly extensive violence, is likely, after Zimbabwe held inadequately prepared presidential, parliamentary and local elections on July 31. (more…)
Muckraker saw a flyer from Zanu PF councillor for Ward 5, Abraham Samushonga. He said his party would “Indeginize (sic), Empower, Develop
ZIMBABWE appears to be headed for another disputed poll