Breaking: Zim votes July 30

ZIMBABWEANS will go to vote on July 30 after President Emmerson Mnangagwa made a Presidential proclamation through an extraordinary government gazette.

By Blessed Mhlanga

“fix, Monday the 30th day of July, 2018 as the day of the election of the office of President, the election if members of the National Assembly and election of councilors that is as the day on which a poll shall be taken if a poll becomes necessary…” reads part of the proclamation.

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7 Comments

  1. Komaidiii kuisa pa15 July?30 kure varume

  2. Only 30 july, ko 31 wacho na 1 August. We know ZEC from last elections inoita slow down pace mu Harare and Bulawayo. Do something this time ZEC, you need our confidence.

  3. i thought 31 may

  4. Patrick Guramatunhu

    We are going into elections and yet do not have a verified voters’ roll. Many of us saw this coming the the very, very late start of the BVR and many other spanners thrown in the works. A clean and verified voters’ roll is as basic to free, fair and credible election as wings are to flying. These elections are NOT going to be free, fair and credible and we must put our foot down and demand an end to all this nonsense! Enough is enough!

    If President Mnangagwa does not know that something as basic as a verified voters’ roll is a pre-requisite to free, fair and credible elections – not that anyone should be surprised that he has no clue after 38 years of rigged elections – he must now ship-out. This nation need someone who can be trusted to implement the reforms and make sure from henceforth elections are free, fair and credible.

  5. Wozozororawawana Kubvamusimba

    Comment…Ko seyi musi weMuvhuro, seyi zvisina kunzi musi weMugovera?

  6. Dai vaisa paWeekend

  7. Kuwiriranakwakanakakugarakunzwanana Garanewakomurudohamandishe

    Comment…Vana vechikoro vokanganiskwazve.

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