ZEC cornered over ballot paper printing

This follows an application by the opposition Citizens Coalition for Change seeking an order to compel ZEC to disclose details relating to the printing.
By Staff Reporter Aug. 17, 2023

‘Aug 23 polls already tainted’

The elections have been characterised by higher levels of closed space, tilted playing field, and disbarment and exclusion of opponents.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Aug. 14, 2023

Village Rhapsody: Bussing supporters and vote buying ahead of August 23

Bussing supporters to attend rallies is a common practice used by political parties and other organisations to increase the visibility of their events.
By Evans Mathanda Aug. 13, 2023

Journalists put Zec on the spot

 Section 160K (1) of the Electoral Act compels Zec to monitor coverage of the elections by the local media.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Aug. 13, 2023

I salute Chamisa, CCC: Mutambara

Mutambara also bemoaned the continued suppression of the opposition by the ruling Zanu PF party as political temperatures continue to rise ahead of the August 23 harmonised elections.
By Donald Nyandoro Aug. 1, 2023

Political leaders must shun hate speech, inflammatory language

Politicians should invest in public awareness campaigns to educate citizens about the dangers of hate speech and its impact on society.
By Newsday Jul. 31, 2023

Editorial Comment: Tolerance needed in run-up to polls

Tourism deputy minister Barbra Rwodzi was recorded harassing a police officer in the Midlands for arresting a Zanu PF member for allegedly defacing CCC posters.
By The Standard Jul. 23, 2023

Police ban Chamisa rally

CCC leader Nelson Chamisa was expected to address the rally at Tshovani Stadium ahead of the launch of the party’s election manifesto in Bindura on Saturday.
By Silence Mugadzaweta Jul. 6, 2023

Die is cast, no to violence to win votes

Dubious organisations such as Forever Associates Zimbabwe should not be part of the election machinery if we are to avoid another disputed poll.
By Newsday Jun. 22, 2023