Sadc to 'summon' ED: Ramaphosa... as analysts doubt prospects of a poll re-run

Chaos rocked the elections, with observer missions citing the involvement of Forever Associates Zimbabwe (FAZ) in the poll process.
By Kenneth Nyangani 22h ago

NewsDay cartoon September 21, 2023 edition

NewsDay cartoon September 21, 2023 edition
By The Watcher Sep. 21, 2023

Candid Comment: Zim-Zambia standoff: An unnecessary tiff

These are crucial to the country’s very survival and Zimbabwe cannot afford to go to any kind of war with them, verbal or otherwise.
By Alfonce Mbizwo Sep. 15, 2023

Interview: Zec maintains ‘disputed’ poll outcome:

What was your assessment of the just-ended elections? Were you satisfied?
By The Zimbabwe Independent Sep. 8, 2023

Is the church playing its role in Zim politics?

I will not go into great length on the forecasts for the 2023 elections, but I will discuss the role of the church in a nation's efforts to develop a good government.
By Enos Denhere Sep. 8, 2023

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

‘Zec discredited to run polls’

A number of election observers have flagged the polls as not credible and failing to meet local, regional and international guidelines on holding free, fair and credible elections.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Sep. 4, 2023

Nagging poll disputes cause for concern

As much as Mnangagwa and his ruling Zanu PF party may want to haughtily dismiss the political rumblings as a passing fad, they, however, have far-reaching implications.
By Newsday Sep. 4, 2023

Why have poll guidelines if ‘there is no perfect election’?

Interestingly, South Africa is a leading member of Sadc, the AU and Commonwealth — yet, its head of State has chosen to undermine these organisations’ election observer missions.
By Tendai Ruben Mbofana Sep. 4, 2023