Zimbabwe defends electoral roll over ‘ghost voters

Zimbabwe defends electoral roll over ‘ghost voters

Zimbabwean authorities on Thursday defended a new electoral roll after allegations that thousands of fake names, duplicates and dead people are registered to cast ballots in a July 30 vote.

New rules and ghost voters threaten Zimbabwe’s vote

New rules and ghost voters threaten Zimbabwe’s vote

Zimbabwe has a history of elections that are far from free and fair — and several ominous developments suggest that nothing will different at the end of July, when the country votes in the first election since the resignation of Robert Mugabe.

The Elders descend on Zimbabwe ahead of crucial elections

The Elders descend on Zimbabwe ahead of crucial elections

The Elders‚ led by former United Nations (UN) Secretary General Kofi Annan‚ have arrived in Harare‚ Zimbabwe‚ to meet political parties ahead of the July 30 general elections.

Survivors Of Past Political Violence Will Monitor This Year’s Elections In Zimbabwe

Survivors Of Past Political Violence Will Monitor This Year’s Elections In Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe goes to the polls July 30, for its first election post-Mugabe. A new program is training survivors of past political violence to be citizen monitors for this year’s elections.

Mugabe Has Left, but His Legacy Haunts Zimbabwe’s Election

Mugabe Has Left, but His Legacy Haunts Zimbabwe’s Election

HARARE, Zimbabwe — When Robert G. Mugabe stepped down as Zimbabwe’s president last fall, jubilant citizens poured into the streets of Harare, the capital, hoping that the end of his 37-year rule would lead to competitive multiparty elections and the revival of a moribund economy.

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John Dramani Mahama, former president of Ghana, will lead a Commonwealth group to observe Zimbabwe’s general elections on 30 July....

HIGH COURT HEARS TEACHERS’ PETITION TO VOTE

HIGH Court Judge Justice Isaac Muzenda will on Monday hear an urgent chamber application filed by the...

Mugabe is gone. But his tactics persist in Zimbabwe’s first election without him.

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Zimbabwe Leaves Students Broke and Alone in Foreign Countries

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Mnangagwa accepts that women should not lead

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Zimbabwe man visits friend in U.S., fulfills a lifelong dream

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Post-Mugabe Zimbabwe set to frustrate eager investors

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