Zimbabwe Electoral Commission

Zimbabwe Electoral Commission

National News
The Zimbabwe Republic police used tear gas and water cannons to disperse MDC-T youth members who had vowed on Tuesday to protest against the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission. ...
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News Politics
TWO human rights groups, Zimbabwe Peace Project (ZPP) and Heal Zimbabwe Trust (HZT), have expressed concern over the alleged escalation of political violence in Hurungwe West constituency as the ruling party clamps down on its opponents ahead of the June 10 by-election. ...
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National News
STAKEHOLDERS involved in electoral issues yesterday demanded a transparent tender system for the engagement of a consultant set to formulate a new voter registration database design. ...
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National News
Morgan Komichi yesterday told a Harare magistrate that when he presented the package containing Constable Mugove Chiginya’s ballots to ZEC, he was not afforded an opportunity to discuss the state in which he received the ballots. ...
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National News
THE Zimbabwe Electoral Commission connived with the Registrar-General's Office to mess up the voters’ roll. ...
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National News Politics
LOSING Mt Pleasant MDC-T candidate Jameson Timba has filed a court application seeking to have the election results for the constituency set aside. ...
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National News Politics
ZEC was on Tuesday interdicted from conducting a recount of ballots for Tsholotsho North constituency, where Zanu PF politburo member Jonathan Moyo lost to Roselene Nkomo of the MDC-T. ...
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News
ZEC has reversed its decision to recount ballot papers in Mudzi South constituency following complaints by winning independent candidate Jonathan Samukange. ...
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National News Politics
THE ZEC is yet to announce the number of members of the uniformed forces and civil servants who voted under special voting last week. ...
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National News
POLITICAL parties opposed to Zanu PF yesterday reacted angrily to reports that Sadc had commended Zec for ensuring that the special voting was conducted in a peaceful manner. ...
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Columnists Opinion & Editorials
THE chaotic manner in which the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission handled the special voting process by soldiers and the police left a lot to be desired. ...
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National News Politics
POLICE officers and soldiers who will be on duty during the July 31 harmonised elections yesterday started casting their special ballots in a process characterised by delay and shortage of ballot papers. ...
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National News Politics
ABOUT 50 “aliens” yesterday demonstrated outside the ZEC offices in Harare, demanding to be allowed to participate in the forthcoming harmonised elections. ...
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National News Politics
Political parties yesterday quizzed Zec chairperson Justice Rita Makarau over the sudden ballooning of police officers during the election period, saying it was suspicious. ...
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National News Politics
Thousands of potential voters will not be able to cast ballots in the crucial national election on July 31 because they have been denied a chance to register as voters. ...
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National News Politics
THE Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec) yesterday disclosed that about 70 000 police officers had requested to be considered as special voters. ...
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National News
ZIMBABWE Electoral Commission chairperson Justice Rita Makarau yesterday told Parliament the electoral body was prepared for elections. ...
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National News Politics
THE mandatory 30-day voter registration is yet to commence as ZEC will first have to embark on a week-long voter education exercise. ...
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National News
The Zimbabwe Electoral Commission yesterday said the voters’ roll is in such a bad state it would need to be cleaned before credible elections could be held. ...
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National News Politics
THE new 30-day mandatory voter registration and voter education exercise failed to take off yesterday due to funding challenges, NewsDay has learnt. ...
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National News
THE Central Mechanical Engineering Department (CMED) yesterday warned that it might fail to provide adequate vehicles to the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec) in the forthcoming harmonised elections if ...
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National News Politics
THE Joint Monitoring and Implementation Committee (Jomic) is mobilising resources to monitor the ongoing voter registration exercise ...
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National News
ZIMBABWE Electoral Commission (Zec) chairperson Justice Rita Makarau yesterday said no prospective voters should be turned away for failing to produce proof of residence. ...
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National News
ZEC chairperson Justice Rita Makarau yesterday challenged political parties to expose partisan members of the electoral body’s secretariat and pledged to crack the whip on the culprits. ...
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National News Politics
PROPONENTS of the vote “No” campaign in the just-ended constitutional referendum have attacked Treasury and the ZEC for refusing to fund its publicity blitz. ...
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National News Politics
Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai has exonerated the ZEC secretariat from the 2008 election fiasco, blaming an “underhand” force for the “shenanigans” that led to the disputed polls. ...
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News
NEWLY-APPOINTED Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) chairperson Justice Rita Makarau may not be able to assume office before the March 16 constitutional referendum as only five days remain before her appointment is regularised. ...
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National News Politics
PRIME Minister Morgan Tsvangirai yesterday said a special Southern African Development Community (Sadc) summit to be held soon on Zimbabwe will ensure the forthcoming elections are free and fair. ...
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News
THE draft constitution which the three principals in the inclusive government have endorsed, forbids commissioners from holding political offices — a provision that should see a number of commissioners having to leave their posts. ...
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National News
THE Anti-Corruption Trust of Southern Africa (ACT-Southern Africa) has called for the disbandment of the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec) secretariat which was involved in the 2008 elections charging the team should not be given a second chance to “ruin elections”. ...
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