Zimbabweans living in the diaspora are planning to hold a protest march to push the government to respect and honor their right to vote.
The protest, organized by president of the Zimbabwe Freedom Fighters party, Talent Rusere is expected to take place on 18 July 2021.
The Supreme Court has granted MDC-T leader Thokozani Khupe a further extension to hold the party's extraordinary congress to November 30.
In March this year, Khupe was initially given three months to hold the extraordinary congress, but she went on to contest its practicality arguing that
MDC Alliance councilor, Jacob Mafume has been elected the new Mayor for city of Harare, replacing Hebert Gomba who was recalled last month.
Mafume garnered 19 votes, beating competitor Councillor Luckson Mukunguma who got 14 votes in a tightly contested vote conducted this afternoon at Harare
Zimbabwean human rights defenders who are in and abroad said they are suffering a huge loss after the death of one of their colleague in 'freedom fighting struggle' Patson Dzamara who succumbed to cancer of the colony on Wednesday morning ahead of his scheduled surgery
Magistrate Ngoni Nduna, who is presiding over the matter being alleged against MDCA national vice chair and Zengeza legislator Job Sikhala is expected to read out the ruling on Wednesday 26 August 2020