The South African government has announced a six-month extension of the validity of Zimbabwean exemption permits.
This decision comes after the South African government initially indicated in November 2021 that no further concessions would be made for Zimbabwe Exemption Permit (ZEP) holders.
At that time, holders of
In a press release issued on Monday, Moyo emphasized that the international community has grown weary of Zimbabwe's recurring cycle of disputed elections. He articulated his concerns, stating:
The highly anticipated ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup Qualifier 2023, set to take place in Zimbabwe, has officially opened its doors to the public. The event will span four renowned venues in Harare and Bulawayo, captivating cricket enthusiasts from 18 June to 9 July.
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
Opposition Democratic Union of Zimbabwe (DUZ) leader Robert Chapman has expressed concern over the exorbitant fees imposed on candidates nomination by the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC).
Speaking to journalists in Harare Tuesday afternoon, Chapman highlighted the financial burden the fees have on political parties given that
The Zimbabwe Media Commission (ZMC) is committed to ensuring that the media fulfills its constitutional duty in the forthcoming elections, according to Professor Ruby Magosvongwe, the Chairperson of the ZMC.
As the regulator of the media industry in Zimbabwe, the commission's responsibilities include upholding, promoting, and
The Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights (ZLHR) has bemoaned the passing of the Criminal Law (Codification and Reform) Amendment Bill N.B. 15, 2022, which introduces so-called patriotism provisions.
The bill, gazetted on December 23, 2022, seeks to criminalize Zimbabwean citizens and residents who engage with foreign
According to the Zimbabwe Election Support Network (ZESN), a civil society organization that monitors elections, only 15 per cent of the candidates who contested in the 2018 harmonized elections were women.
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Self-exiled former Cabinet Minister Professor Jonathan Moyo has voiced concerns over the readiness and capacity of the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) to conduct a free, fair, and credible election.
Posting on Twitter, Professor Moyo highlighted the incapacitation of the electoral body itself, emphasizing the need for