The head of Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) elections observer mission to Zimbabwe’s 30 July harmonized elections, ambassador Ashraf Gamal Rashed has remained evasive on the election pre-assessment fact finding mission saying their observations are already in the public domain.
Chief Executive Officers under the CEO Africa Round-table have urged Zimbabweans to embrace peace and tolerance during and after the Monday elections saying they envision a fresh era pregnant with opportunities for business.
According to a statement released yesterday, CEO Africa Round-table called on every Zimbabwean
European Union's Chief Election Observer, Elmar Brok has stressed that Zimbabwe's 2018 elections are a critical test of the country's reform process.
"These elections are a critical test of Zimbabwe’s reform process. Given the context of past elections, great efforts need to be made to ensure
The European Union Election Observation Mission to the Republic of Zimbabwe today deployed 44 long term observers throughout the country. This is the first time the country prepares for its first vote since independence without longtime leader Robert Mugabe.
The deployment follows an invitation to EU
As the 2018 harmonized elections draw closer, aspiring independent parliamentary candidate for Warren Park constituency, Engineer Jacob Mutisi has already availed his plan to construct an industrial hub which he hopes will address employment problems for out of school youths in his area.
In an interview
Nelson Chamisa, President of the Movement for Democratic Change has intimated that he is set to meet President Emmerson Mnangagwa for a dialogue meeting that he says is aimed at finding solutions to challenges that are likely to plague this year's general elections.
In a statement
Election Resource Centre has called on the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) to target aliens and other disadvantaged groups in its voter voter education programme to ensure they are well informed of the requirements needed for them to register to vote.
Addressing the media in the capital
Exiled former Higher and Tertiary education Minister, Professor Jonathan Moyo has sensationally claimed that President Emmerson Mnangagwa and his lieutenant Retired General Constantino Chiwenga will resort to use of force to win the forthcoming elections as they are afraid of defeat should the process be
Jim Kunaka, Zanu PF's prodigal son and the ruling party's former Harare Provincial Youth Chairperson recently participated in a heated debate with Godfrey Tsenengamu (expelled Zanu PF Mash Central youth chairperson) on the 263Chat Show: The Youths & Road To 2018 Elections.
Tsenengamu argued on the case