THE Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec) and the Southern African Development Community (Sadc) observer team yesterday hailed the peaceful atmosphere that prevailed during the referendum for a new constitution.
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THE rural electorate in parts of Matabeleland has accused the Southern African Development Community (Sadc) observer mission and local observers of concentrating on urban polling stations while shunning those located in rural areas in the just-ended referendum for the new constitution.
Zimbabweans are voting in the referendum for a new constitution. NewsDay brings you the updates in real time.
Zimbabweans vote in a referendum on a new constitution today that sets the stage for Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai to renew his bid to end President Robert Mugabe’s 33-year rule in elections later this year.
Newsday online will be publishing live updates on the Draft constitution referendum tomorrow, 16 March, on our popular social media accounts.
ZIMBABWEANS go to a referendum tomorrow to accept or reject a Copac draft constitution as part of fulfilling the September 2008 Global Political Agreement that ushered in the inclusive government.
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