Why is an 81-year-old so preoccupied with extending the presidential term limit?

In other words, Mnangagwa cannot expect to go beyond 2028 as President of the Republic of Zimbabwe.
By Tendai Ruben Mbofana May. 28, 2024

Zanu PF shelves ‘Thank You’ rallies

In an interview, Zanu PF director of information Farai Marapira dismissed the factionalism reports in the ruling party.

Currency volatility impacted 2023 elections: Report

It said that some service providers declined to provide services where there was no advance payment resulting in delayed deployment of election material.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Apr. 10, 2024

Zim’s elections now a source of fear

TN: It is a pleasure having you here. Tell me, am I right in assuming that now that the elections are over ZimRights can relax?
By In Conversation With Trevor Mar. 31, 2024

The fragile state of electoral democracy in Africa

The death of electoral democracy in Africa is a concerning phenomenon, characterised by the erosion of free, credible and transparent elections.
By Vanessa N Mautuka and Blessing Gomo Mar. 13, 2024

The crisis of electoral integrity in Zim

Elections not only allow for participation and legitimacy, but also facilitate the peaceful transfer of power, making it feasible to hold the powerful accountable.
By Runyararo Ndaramo Feb. 20, 2024

‘Violence deters youths from politics’

An estimated 1,5 million youths reportedly voted their votes in the August 23 and 24 harmonised elections
By Brent Shamu Jan. 22, 2024

‘Zanu PF, FAZ abused school facilities during elections’

Latest data from the Artuz  School Violation report showed that at least 230 cases of abuse of school facilities were recorded in the run up to the polls.
By Brent Shamu Dec. 28, 2023