The journey from 93 to 94 in 2018, and a century in 2024
OPPOSITION parties under the National Electoral Reform Agenda (Nera) banner are planning to hold nationwide demonstrations against the government’s decision to “hijack” the procurement of the biometric voter registration (BVR) kits from the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP).
PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe yesterday ploughed into the Zanu PF warring factions fighting to succeed him, saying such practices were unheard of during the liberation war where positions were not acquired through canvassing.
NORTON MP, Temba Mliswa yesterday said opposition parties should campaign and contest next year’s general elections without a coalition and use the results to form a broad alliance to defeat President Robert Mugabe in a run-off.
THE Zimbabwe Election Support Network (Zesn) has challenged the government to come up with a clear roadmap, giving specific timelines for commencement of the biometric voter registration (BVR) process to safeguard next year’s general elections.
A 25-YEAR-OLD Epworth man allegedly fatally stabbed his wife and smashed window panes at his parents’ house, over a yet-to-be-disclosed domestic dispute.
AN attempt by Highfield West MP, Psychology Maziwisa (Zanu PF) to force Parliament to wish President Robert Mugabe a happy birthday, was blocked by MDC-T legislators, who said the National Assembly was not a political gathering.
The Zimbabwe National Road Administration (Zinara) has approached the High Court challenging a section of the Labour Court Act, which empowers labour officers to convict an employer or any other person of having committed an unfair labour practice.
VICE-PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa’s sponsored Constitution Amendment (No 1) Bill yesterday suffered more rejection in Gwanda, with people questioning why he is bringing amendments to the new charter a year before the 2018 general elections.
THE trial of Zanu PF Chirumanzu South legislator, Innocent Pedzisai, who is facing fraud allegations after he sold non-existent residential stands to unsuspecting homeseekers, failed to kick off at the Harare magistrates Court yesterday.