Currency volatility impacted 2023 elections: Report

It said that some service providers declined to provide services where there was no advance payment resulting in delayed deployment of election material.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Apr. 10, 2024

Letters: Govt must correct electoral malpractices

Zec should comprehensively audit the voters rolls, proactively disclose all information on voter registration and provide stakeholders with meaningful and timely access to the final voters rolls.
By Amh Voices Dec. 4, 2023

‘Parties must adhere to Zec code of conduct’

Malinga is also a senior lecturer at Lupane State University and a research associate with the University of Johannesburg in South Africa.
By Silas Nkala Jul. 25, 2023

EU Election Observation Mission in Zimbabwe to assess the electoral process

Following the formal invitation from the Government of Zimbabwe, the European Union Election Observation Mission (EU EOM) to the 2023 Harmonised Elections has started its work.
By Staff Reporter Jul. 19, 2023

Letters: Zec should address stakeholders’ concerns

The commission is expected to ensure maximum transparency of the procedures and their outcome
By Amh Voices Jan. 12, 2023

Good day Mr President: 2023 elections: Crucial test of your Statesmanship

Yet, fears of wide scale politically-motivated violence are festering. There are premonitions galore that the harmonised elections are bound to be bloodthirsty.
By Cyprian M Ndawana Jan. 11, 2023

Letters: Political parties must foster peace ahead of 2023 elections

Zesn also urges political parties to engage the National Peace and Reconciliation Commission in such instances so that they investigate, speak out against violence.
By Amh Voices Oct. 20, 2022

Mr President, Zim has never known respite from terror

It is crucial for the electoral processes to be credible, free and fair. Ultimately, the winning party secures the honourable privilege to rule on behalf of the people.
By Cyprian M Ndawana Sep. 28, 2022

Freedom entails the right, liberty to choose

Frankly, the declaration flies in the face of sound governance. It cannot be dismissed as mere political posturing. It is blatantly despotic that you hedged your declaration to continue in power on the flippant reason of overseeing the projects you initiated to completion.

By The Independent Jul. 27, 2022