Former cabinet Minister and exiled political commentator, Professor Jonathan Moyo, has raised concerns over the lack of transparency and shifting of goalposts on candidates selection process within the Citizens' Coalition for Change (CCC).
Moyo who of late has been a critic of the Nelson Chamisa led
President Emmerson Mnangagwa announced Wednesday that Zimbabwe will hold general elections on August 23, 2023
Mnangagwa made the announcement in a government gazette where he also set June 21 as the date for the sitting of the nomination court for prospective candidates to register.
He set October
Opposition Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) leader Nelson Chamisa has slammed the involvement of ruling Zanu PF linked organisation Forever Associates of Zimbabwe (FAZ) in the country's electoral process.
Chamisa made the remarks after visiting Kuwadzana Constituency to inspect the voters' roll.
Chamisa voiced his fears about
The Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) has expressed concerns regarding the voters roll that has been made available for public inspection.
In a letter addressed to the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC), the opposition movement highlighted numerous errors and discrepancies that deviate from constitutional standards, casting doubt
The National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) has withdrawn perjury charges against former Harare Mayor Councillor Herbert Gomba, effectively putting an end to the legal proceedings that had been ongoing for over a year.
Councillor Gomba, a member of the opposition Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC), was accused
The Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) has expressed serious concerns over alleged electoral interference and abuse of power by the ruling Zanu PF party.
Addressing journalists in Harare today, CCC spokesperson Fadzayi Mahere expressed concern over the use two organisations linked with the ruling party in
Youth leadership development and advocacy group, WELEAD has challenged the prevailing narrative that suggests youths are disinterested in participating in elections as candidates, saying it is designed to bar them from taking part in important national processes.
Addressing journalists during a press briefing in Harare, WELEAD
Opposition Citizens Coalition for Change leader Nelson Chamisa has claimed that his party is aware of a massive scam to manipulate the upcoming general elections in the country.
In a tweet, Chamisa expressed concerns over the alleged transfer of voters from rural to urban areas, which
Zimbabwe Gender Commission (ZGC) chairperson Commissioner Margret Mukahanana Sangarwe, has lamented the persistent gender inequalities within political parties in the country.
In a speech during a High Level Regional Intergenerational Dialogue on Women's Political Participation, the ZGC chairperson called for urgent action to address the barriers
Opposition Citizens Coalition for Change leader, Nelson Chamisa has called on Parliament to seize the opportunity to address the challenges undermining the credibility and legitimacy of elections in the country.
Posting on Twitter, Chamisa highlighted key areas that need urgent attention to ensure fair and transparent