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
Chegutu West Member of Parliament, Dexter Nduna has applauded the decision to have the so called aliens vote in the 2018 elections saying it embraces constitutionalism.
This comes after High Court ordered the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) to register "aliens” during the ongoing mop up Bio-metric Voter
Election management body, the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) on Tuesday vowed to conduct a free, fair and credible plebiscite urging the electorate to put its weight behind the organisation.
Briefing journalists in the capital, ZEC Acting Chairperson, Commissioner Emmanuel Magade said although not everyone can have
In a bid to facilitate near real time remedies on electoral processes, the ongoing Biometric Voter Registration process and during elections, Election Resource Centre (ERC) and the Zimbabwe Human Rights Association (ZimRights) have established national situation rooms in Harare and Bulawayo.
The situation room, which is
As part of efforts to mobilise for citizen participation in the ongoing voter registration, enhance oversight by citizens while ensuring continuous engagement between citizens and election authorities, the Election Resource Centre (ERC) and Zimbabwe Human Rights Association (ZimRights), will tomorrow launch a campaign dubbed “REEZ
Women’s organizations on Friday expressed disappointment at the failure by the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) and Zimbabwe Media Commission (ZMC) to attend a dialogue meeting organised to deliberate on the challenges faced by women to register as voters ahead of the 2018 elections.
Linda Masarira, aspiring
Poll watchdog, the Election Resource Centre (ERC), has deployed a delegation ahead of the SADC Summit to push for comprehensive alignment of electoral reforms with the Constitution of Zimbabwe, which the government is hesitant to implement.
In 2013, just after the July 31 disputed elections, the
Vendors operating in the Central Business District of Harare have described the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) as ruthless and irrational, calling for an urgent action from the Commissioner General, Augustine Chihuri to encourage ethical conduct by the custodians of the law.
By Moregiven Sithole
This follows an
“We have acquired the 50% deposit that was required by the supplier as down payment before the kits were supplied into the country.
"There is a lot of interest in ensuring that electoral laws are brought into line with the constitution," said Chasi.