ZEC must stamp its authority

In the past few weeks, Zimbabweans have noticed their fellow citizens being frog - marched and commandeered to attend so - called Zanu PF youth rallies...

CiZC Youth cluster convene to craft 2018 Election Strategy

Harare: Over 25 youth organisations who are affiliate members of the Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition (CiZC)...

Towards 15 Million Voices for Peace by 2018!

The Zaka Central community and surrounding areas gathered at Zaka High School on Saturday 10 June...

WATCH: ‘We are unfazed by Zanu-PF’s war threats,’ says Zim group

Harare – Zimbabwean social movement Tajamuka/Sesijikile has rubbished Zanu-PF's threat to "take up arms" if the...

CSOs call on ZEC to be transparent and accountable on BVR tender

Civil Society Organisations have called on the Zim-babwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) to declare its independence and...

Zimbabwe’s Catholic Bishops on the Elections of 2018

Well ahead of Zimbabwe’s 2018 general elections, the country’s Catholic Bishops have issued a Pentecost Sunday...

Robert Mugabe begins speaking tour across Zimbabwe aged 93

Longstanding president, who has appeared frail and slurred his words in public recently, is seeking re-election...

Prisoners take govt and ZEC to court over voting rights

THREE Zimbabwean prisoners have petitioned the High Court seeking an order compelling authorities to allow them...

Why 2018 Elections in the absence of Electoral Reforms?

Is it forgone that ZANU-PF is going to make a resounding “victory” in the forth coming...

A case for reforms ahead of the 2018 watershed elections

The political settlement in Zimbabwe cast victory in democratic elections as the principal rite de passage...

Civil society resolves to coordinate on elections

Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) have re-solved to coordinate and come up with com-prehensive citizen and policy...

Mnangagwa’s Command Agriculture: A ploy for the 2018 elections

ZANU PF has been successful in exploiting and suppressing Zimbabweans for nearly four decades because the...

Zim govt tightens grip on telecoms in runup to 2018 vote

Harare - President Robert Mugabe’s government will have a tight grip on the telecommunications industry until...

Zimbabwe’s diaspora in the UK continue their push for a right to vote

Manchester- Zimbabwe, activists are painted as ‘unruly elements’ who seek to cause ‘trouble’ for the government....

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