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Zanu PF rips into Sadc observer mission

The Sadc elections observer mission raised concerns over delays in the voting process, especially in urban Harare, Bulawayo and Manicaland.
By Miriam Mangwaya and Blessed Mhlanga Aug. 26, 2023
Zim polls failed credibility test: EU, C’wealth
Zim polls failed credibility test: EU, C’wealth
They were granted US$200 bail each and ordered to report to their nearest police station thrice a week.
By staff reporters Aug. 26, 2023
Police cordon off Zec national command centre
Silaigwana dismissed the information circulating on social media that the military had taken over Zec, saying the electoral body was fully operational.
By Miriam Mangwaya Aug. 26, 2023
Sadc, AU trash Aug 23 polls
“This challenge was, however, specific to Harare and Bulawayo provinces.”
By Priviledge Gumbodete and Sharon Buwerimwe Aug. 26, 2023
Zanu PF dominates rural constituencies, as CCC makes inroads
Mashonaland Central witnessed a complete victory for Zanu PF, with the party winning all 18 parliamentary seats.
By Problem Masau Aug. 25, 2023
Zanu PF calls Sadc observers mission to order
Mutsvangwa said Muumba was biased against FAZ and exposed his soft spot on electoral watchdogs.
By Miriam Mangwaya Aug. 25, 2023
Zim polls compromised, says SADC observers
“The mission observed that the pre-election and voting phases, on  23-24 August 2023 harmonised elections were peaceful, and calm,” the team leader Nevers Mumba said. 
By Kennedy Nyavaya Aug. 25, 2023
‘Zimbabweans deserve a fresh election’
In an extensive report on the elections, the True Patriots said Zimbabwe needed to divorce with the pariah State tag by holding credible elections.
By Lorraine Muromo Aug. 25, 2023
ZCC calls for peace during, after elections
According to the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec), all results including the presidential outcome will be released within five days.
By GRACIOUS DANIEL Aug. 25, 2023
Mkwananzi new CCC spokesperson
Mahere was the party’s candidate in Mt Pleasant constituency and results yesterday indicated that she was leading.
By Miriam Mangwaya Aug. 25, 2023
CiZC condemns police crackdown on members
The election was marred by chaotic scenes such as the late distribution of ballot papers and intimidation of voters.
By Sharon Buwerimwe and Priviledge Gumbodete Aug. 25, 2023
Police speak on Zesn, ERC members’ arrest
The CCC yesterday said it had no intention of announcing election results, citing illegalities.
By Blessed Mhlanga Aug. 25, 2023
We’re closely monitoring Zec conduct: CCC
The party described the election as not free and fair.
By Miriam Mangwaya and Harriet Chikandiwa Aug. 25, 2023
Candidates concede defeat
In a message to his supporters, Mliswa expressed gratitude to his team members saying he would not have participated if he had anticipated defeat.
By Problem Masau Aug. 25, 2023
Zanu PF, CCC bullish as results trickle in
Zanu PF looked to have maintained some strongholds such as Masvingo with huge margins.
By Blessed Mhlanga Aug. 25, 2023
WCoZ berates intimidation of women during polls
From its election situation room, WCoZ said it documented cases where women were victims of voter intimidation by political parties.
By Lorraine Muromo Aug. 25, 2023
Liveblog: #ZimbabweDecides2023
Zimbabweans troop to vote in a key election which they hope will end over two decades of persistent economic chaos.
By Newsday Aug. 23, 2023
Voters confront Zec
The voters, who were being represented by Chris Mhike of Atherstone and Cook Legal Practitioners, said their rights were being violated.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Aug. 23, 2023
Zim’s date with destiny...as ballot papers fall off a Zec truck
The United States Carter Center yesterday also raised objections over the accreditation exercise after only 18 of its 48-member team were accredited to observe the polls.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko and Lorraine Muromo Aug. 23, 2023
Business pleads for peaceful polls
Confederation of Zimbabwe Retailers president Denford Mutashu said political parties and their supporters should continue with the “peace gospel” during and after the elections.
By Tatira Zwinoira Aug. 23, 2023
Parties in final call for peace
Police national spokesperson Assistant Commissioner Paul Nyathi said law enforcement agents were ready to put down any acts of political violence.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Aug. 23, 2023
Presidential results out by Aug 28
In 2019, Tendai Biti, who was at the time an MDC-Alliance executive was convicted and fined $200 for unlawfully announcing results of the disputed 2018 polls.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Aug. 23, 2023
Zim to hold ‘worst-ever’ election: CiZC
This comes as opposition parties and civil society organisations have been advocating the implementation of reforms to restore trust in the electoral system.
By Lorraine Muromo Aug. 22, 2023
I’m preparing next Cabinet: Chamisa
Addressing thousands of supporters at the Freedom Square during the party’s final rally, dubbed Game Over, Chamisa urged his supporters to remain at polling stations.
By Mirriam Mangwaya Aug. 22, 2023
We’ll never let CCC rule: Zanu PF
He said Nyika was doing wonders in the constituency, adding that supporters should not forget that President Emmerson Mnangagwa was the party’s lead candidate.
By Kenneth Nyangani Aug. 22, 2023
Crucial reforms missing in Zim polls: Zesn
Zesn said there was need to remove accreditation fees for domestic observers and to ensure punitive measures are put in place to address the issue of violence against women in elections.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Aug. 22, 2023
August 2023 election: Zim’s women battle to break political glass ceiling
Sexual violence against women in politics remains one of the most complex issues in our politics
By Donald Nyandoro Aug. 21, 2023
Zanu PF supporters walk out on ED, again...as dozens left stranded
A video of supporters walking away during the rally has been circulating on social media. 
By Problem Masau and Miriam Mangwaya Aug. 21, 2023