Mugabe And His Brutal Security Forces, Continuously Subvert The People’s Will

Mugabe And His Brutal Security Forces,  Continuously Subvert The People’s Will

The liberation struggle mantra,  In a true democracy, people have a right to democracy and freely express their will through the ballot, without fear or favor. In the despot led Zimbabwe , line we the people, are the greatest victims of our own opposition ideologies.   It is right to say that there is a fine line between ballot and bullet when a people have been pushed back against a solid wall and have no…

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Nine Opposition Parties Sign Document Committing To Fight For Electoral Reforms

 OPPOSITION leaders led by Morgan Tsvangirai of the MDC-T on Wednesday signed a document committing to fight for electoral reforms ahead of the 2018 vote. But the event was boycotted by a number of other political parties, indicating the lack of unity in the opposition ranks despite broad agreement on the need for electoral reforms. The local opposition, led by Tsvangirai, disputes President Robert Mugabe’s triumph at the 2013 election, claiming that – as with…

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Tsvangirai Launches Nationwide, Meet The People Campaign To Remind Zimbabweans ‘The Darkest Hour Is Just Before Dawn’

Tsvangirai Launches Nationwide, Meet The People Campaign To Remind Zimbabweans ‘The Darkest Hour Is Just Before Dawn’

MDC-T leader, Morgan Tsvangirai, is launching a nationwide meet-the-people campaign which the party will be aimed at reminding Zimbabweans that “the darkest hour is just before dawn” and mobilising support for electoral reforms. Party spokesperson, Obert Gutu, said the rallies would start Thursday in Mashonaland West, the home province of President Robert Mugabe. “The MDC realises that the Zanu PF regime has totally failed to resuscitate the comatose economy and as the government-in-waiting, we have found it necessary…

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‘Electoral Reforms Are Mutually Beneficial, Only Cowards Are Fearful’-(ERC)

‘Electoral Reforms Are Mutually Beneficial, Only Cowards Are Fearful’-(ERC)

ELECTION Resource Centre (ERC) director, Tawanda Chimhini has rebuked politicians who continue to delay the operationalization of new electoral laws as defined in the current Constitution, adding this was the work of those fearing defeat. Chimhini further warned the country will not fully enjoy the new democratic dispensation ushered by the new laws if authorities failed to test their effectiveness way ahead of 2018. “As a democracy, we need to grow and the electoral reforms…

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Electoral Court Orders Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) To Stick To The Law

Electoral Court Orders Zimbabwe Electoral Commission  (ZEC) To Stick To The Law

THE Electoral Court on Thursday issued a mandatory order forcing the country’s poll management body to “perform its duties in accordance with the law”. Justice Chinembiri Bhunu, according to the order issued, said the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) “admitted to flouting the country’s Constitution”. “In light of ZEC’s admission that it has not been carrying out its mandatory obligations in terms of section 239 of the Constitution since 1st August 2013, it is necessary for…

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Mugabe Appoints, Former MDC Official, ‘Qhubani Moyo’, To Zim Electoral Commission (ZEC)

Mugabe Appoints,  Former MDC Official,  ‘Qhubani Moyo’, To Zim Electoral Commission (ZEC)

President Robert Mugabe has made a shock appointment to the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission by roping in former MDC official Qhubani Moyo as a commissioner. The appointment is with immediate effect. Moyo posted on his official Facebook account this morning: “Comrades, yesterday (Monday) the Chief Secretary to the President and Cabinet Dr Misheck Sibanda announced my appointment by President Robert Mugabe to be Commissioner of the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission. The appointment is with immediate effect”. His…

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‘ZEC Chief Elections Officer, Constance Chigwamba is CIO, ex-perm sec , Presidents Office’

‘ZEC Chief Elections Officer, Constance Chigwamba is CIO,  ex-perm sec , Presidents Office’

Political analyst Pedzisai Ruhanya has exposed that the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission’s Chief Elections Officer Constance Chigwamba is a central Intelligence Organization Officer whose interests are likely to be associated with the ruling Zanu PF hence the bias revelations associated with the Hurungwe West by elections. Ruhanya said: “So Zimbabweans tell me that only people from the President’s Office, that houses the CIO can lead ZEC as chief elections officers.” He said they recently appointed ZEC…

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ZIMBABWE Electoral Commission (ZEC) admits Zanu PF Hurungwe West MP Guzah electoral fraud

ZIMBABWE Electoral Commission (ZEC) admits Zanu PF Hurungwe West MP Guzah electoral fraud

ZIMBABWE Electoral Commission (ZEC) chairperson Rita Makarau, Monday admitted that Keith Guzah the MP-elect for the Hurungwe West was not a registered voter in the constituency but instead his names appears in Magunje. Makarau also admitted that Guzah, the Zanu PF candidate, had in fact been declared winner even though he had not been able to vote in the June 10 by-election. “On polling day, Keith Guzah was denied the right to vote as his…

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Jonathan Moyo, and Saviour Kasukuwere in deadly Zanu PF , Mugabe succession feud

Jonathan Moyo, and Saviour Kasukuwere in deadly Zanu PF , Mugabe succession  feud

As Zanu-PF’s deadly factional and succession wars continue to rip the former liberation movement apart, it has emerged that supporters of Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa are ratcheting up the pressure on senior party officials Jonathan Moyo and Saviour Kasukuwere, including allegedly frantically trying to convince President Robert Mugabe to drop them from Cabinet. Well-placed sources who spoke to the Daily News on Sunday yesterday claimed that there was a renewed effort to see to it…

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Zanu-PF Hurungwe West winner, Keith Guzah ,scandal and dispute with Mliswa deepens

Zanu-PF  Hurungwe West  winner, Keith Guzah ,scandal and dispute with Mliswa deepens

The damaging claims that Zanu-PF winning candidate for Hurungwe West Keith Guzah may not have been registered to vote in the constituency in last week’s by-elections – which could see him losing his parliamentary seat – has taken a new twist. The ruling party is now shifting the blame for the debacle to the beleaguered Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec), accusing the Rita Makarau-led electoral body of sleeping on the job and doing a shoddy job…

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