WHILE President Robert Mugabe made his speech some delegates- several of them senior officials- could not help doze off
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Ethiopia’s ruling party has swept all but one seat in the election to the 547-seat parliament held in May, final results showed on Monday
Zimbabwe has held a series of disputed elections since 2000 triggering a national crisis at some historical juncture.
In just less than two months, South Africa has already experienced fuel price increases twice.
Political perception national surveys carried out since 2010 have consistently shown a steady confidence and belief in elections by citizens of Zimbabwe.
South Africa’s opposition Democratic Alliance has urged President Jacob Zuma to back the call for an independent audit of last week’s elections in Zimbabwe.
Zanu PF politburo member Jonathan Moyo’s political fate hangs in the balance, as his attempt to force a recount in the Tsholotsho North elections might be stillborn.
Today, the nation exercises its sovereign ritual of universal adult suffrage.
MUSICIANS Blessing Shumba, Jah Prayzah, and Lady Squander on Monday performed at Spar Shopping Centre in Ruwa and encouraged youths to vote in today’s elections.
THE ZEC and Registrar-General Tobaiwa Mudede yesterday failed to explain why an electronic voters’ roll has not been availed to political parties.