Recent revelations by the Registrar General Tobaiwa Mudede that government intends to scrap dual citizenship from the country’s laws is a ploy to both disenfranchise Diaspora voters and to rig the 2018 elections, a civil rights group has…
Government is moving to disenfranchise millions of Zimbabweans in the key 2018 vote by refusing to re-align the Citizenship Act with the new Constitution, opposition parties and civic groups have said.
By Farayi Machamire HARARE - The governing Zanu PF party must begin showing sincerity to electoral reforms by retiring long-serving Registrar-General Tobaiwa Mudede, the main opposition has said. The 72-year-old has been in charge of all…
HARARE - Parliament has summoned the Health and Child Care Ministry to explain complications associated with certain female contraceptives. Also expected at the hearing are officials from the Medicines Control Authority of Zimbabwe.
A BULAWAYO man who holds dual citizenship has filed an application at the Bulawayo High Court seeking an order compelling the Registrar General (RG) Tobaiwa Mudede to issue him with a passport after his application for a travelling document…
The Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec) this week failed to produce an electronic version of the voters’ roll following a demand of it by the opposition MDC-T, as dark clouds gather over the expected and crucial by-elections.
HARARE - President Robert Mugabe’s purge of senior party officials perceived as loyal to his Vice President Joice Mujuru continued on Monday with the Clerk of Parliament Austin Zvoma being fired after 25 years on the job.
So we wake up to read that Gideon Gono, former Governor of the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe, will not be a Senator any time soon because he is not registered to vote in Manicaland. We really care little whether or not Gono becomes a Senator.
Registrar-General Mr Tobaiwa Mudede has urged Government to ban contraceptives which he claims have negative side-effects on women’s health.
Registrar General Tobaiwa Mudede’s weekend rant against the use of contraceptives has angered many Zimbabweans, with HIV/AIDS activists calling it ‘dangerous’.