‘Zanu PF, FAZ abused school facilities during elections’

Latest data from the Artuz  School Violation report showed that at least 230 cases of abuse of school facilities were recorded in the run up to the polls.
By Brent Shamu Dec. 28, 2023

Probity warrants reinstatement of unduly recalled MPs

It seems to me that the unfair recalls of the opposition Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) parliamentarians and councillors constitute a political crisis for your Presidency.
By Cyprian M Ndawana Dec. 27, 2023
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Disgruntled Faz agents the spill beans

Faz, a shadowy Zanu PF affiliate which has links to the CIO, played a crucial role in mobilising votes for President Mnangagwa’s re-election including intimidating voters.
By Miriam Mangwaya Dec. 24, 2023

Faz leader loses 3 family members in lightning strike

The Civil Protection Unit, the country’s rescue department during natural disasters, was last week asking for donations to assist the victims with food, clothing and shelter.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Oct. 22, 2023

Faz: Chickens coming home to roost

Faz is the government-owned NGO—no acronyms please—that found life late last year. It sought to be affiliated to Zanu PF but, as it says from its own mouth, its application is still pending.
By Tawanda Majoni Oct. 15, 2023
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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 Sep. 22, 2023

Polls saga: Challenges, concerns and strategies for the future

CCC spokesperson, Promise Mkhwananzi indicated that the party  was  following “a multi-pronged approach that includes the  “legal, political, diplomatic...”,

Sadc must come clean on Zim elections

As citizens of Zimbabwe we  agree, support and endorse the Sadc report on the just ended Zimbabwe elections and look forward to Sadc for immediate action.
By Amh Voices Sep. 4, 2023

Disputed polls: Region’s wings clipped

In last week’s polls, incumbent President Mnangagwa garnered a disputed 52,6% of the vote, against the CCC leader Chamisa’s 44%.
By Sydney Kawadza Sep. 1, 2023