Let’s vote against those blocking diaspora vote

Mnangagwa ignored a letter we wrote to him inquiring about the challenges government was facing in implementing the diaspora vote and offering to help if need be.
By Amh Voices Jul. 13, 2023

Zimbabweans must vote against unpatriotic MPs

The Electoral Amendment Act that was debated in Parliament showed that government was not interested in implementing the diaspora vote
By Amh Voices Jun. 27, 2023

Mr President, diaspora vote denial could contribute to Zanu PF’s defeat

It is certainly late to register the people in the diaspora in the remaining short period before elections take place.
By Amh Voices May. 23, 2023

Zim yet to comply with regional electoral guidelines

This new election season comes against the backdrop of disputed elections in 2018, a scenario that raises serious legitimacy issues regarding Mnangagwa’s current government and his entire term.
By Lyandra Nyamande Mar. 30, 2023

Letters:Zim must amend Electoral Act to allow diaspora vote

The petition was delivered by email to Clerk of Parliament Kennedy Chokuda, but we never got even an acknowledgement of receipt of the petition.
By Amh Voices Feb. 3, 2023

Letters: Fulfil diaspora vote promise

Zanu PF finance secretary Patrick Chinamasa said diaspora vote would only take place after sanctions imposed on Zimbabwe had been removed.
By Amh Voices Nov. 15, 2022

Letters: Sadc, please call for legislation on diaspora vote

Dialogue is the solution, because Sadc will be able to discuss the issue with the imposers of sanctions and agree on a position.
By Amh Voices Nov. 3, 2022

Mr President, Zanu PF oftentimes erupts in annoyance

Your Excellency, your party needs not bother about external destabilisers. As I see it, it has the infinite capacity from within for self-harm.
By Cyprian M Ndawana Nov. 2, 2022

CSO petitions Sadc over diaspora vote

“We are a group of Zimbabweans living outside Zimbabwe, and need to vote during Zimbabwe’s elections like our colleagues from some Sadc countries. 
By Silas Nkala Oct. 4, 2022