Sober view: Zim needs a capable govt and competent opposition

The ceremony seals into the official annals of history the notion that Mnangagwa garnered 52,6% of the vote, defeating Nelson Chamisa, who got 44%.
By Ntando Dumani Sep. 8, 2023

Tyson in bid to stop ballot printing

The former Zanu PF political commissar recently approached the ConCourt on appeal after the Supreme Court and High Court disqualified him from contesting the polls.
By Staff Reporter Aug. 8, 2023

Tyson on edge as ballot paper printing looms

Garwe said the submission and determination of the case should be done before that date.
By Desmond Chingarande Aug. 5, 2023

Fight over gold mine intensifies

In his response through his lawyer Thabani Mpofu, Machekera said the application is misplaced.
By Jairos Saunyama Jun. 25, 2023

Nomination fees a threat to credible 2023 polls

A legal committee that was tasked by the National Assembly to review the statutory instrument last week issued a non-adverse report, which meant that the nomination fees will stand.
By The Standard Jun. 18, 2023

Zec to blame for electoral disputes

Never has the country experienced such a contested electoral process whereby at every turn, new developments point to a possible disputed election outcome.
By Newsday Jun. 17, 2023

MPs a big let down

Had it not taken the guts of the Nationalists Alliance Party leader, Devine Mhambi Hove to challenge the fees, very few aspiring candidates would have been able to afford them.
By Newsday Jun. 12, 2023

ConCourt orders review of steep nomination fees

The court ordered Parliament to review the SI by June 16.
By Desmond Chingarande Jun. 10, 2023

ConCourt sets aside RTGS/US$ High Court ruling

The seven-member ConCourt bench said it would avail the reasons for its decision later.
By Staff Reporter May. 31, 2023