PRETORIA High Court Judge Takalani Raulinga on Thursday granted President Jacob Zuma leave to appeal an earlier order he made that the government furnish the Mail & Guardian with a report on the 2002 Zimbabwe national elections.
Elections 2013 updates
MDC-T secretary-general Tendai Biti yesterday made sensational claims that Membe’s statement was issued without consulting Sadc member states
THE day that was came and passed. Zimbabwe now has a new President — officially sworn. Except he, in fact, is not new.
MDC-T youth leader and Dzivarasekwa MP-elect Solomon Madzore says his party has already started preparing for fresh elections
ZIMBABWE Electoral Commission (Zec) deputy chief elections officer Utoile Silaigwana yesterday said he never received any report from his officers
ZIMRIGHTS Highfield chapter chairperson Dorcas Shereni and her co-accused Tatenda Chinaka and Farai Bhani have been convicted of manufacturing fake voter registration certificates. (more…)
MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai yesterday described the Constitutional Court (ConCourt)’s insistence on hearing his presidential court challenge three days after he sought withdrawal of the same case as a “charade”
MDC-T leader Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai has embarked on a mission to rally his provincial executive “troops” around the country for yet another battle to dislodge President Robert Mugabe and his Zanu PF.
KWEKWE — Zanu PF’s Kwekwe Central MP-elect Masango Matambanadzo, popularly known as Blackman, managed to do what his provincial political godfather Emmerson Mnangagwa twice failed to do — wrestle the seat from MDC-T’s Blessing Chebundo.
The MDC-T party will send the dossier containing “proof” of alleged poll irregularities to South African President Jacob Zuma ahead of the Sadc Heads of State and Government Summit scheduled for next week.