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Electoral reform war rages on

Stakeholders are doubting government’s commitment to the electoral reform process following the conclusion of a Biometric Voter Registration (BVR) kits validation test that marked the first official step towards next year’s general…
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Anarchy tarnishes Mwenezi mini poll

Chaos marred yesterday’s Mwenezi East by-election where many voters were turned away, including Zanu PF candidate Joosbi Omar — who, tragicomically, was only able to cast his vote at the third attempt after travelling almost 20 kilometres…
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Nera threatens to defy demo ban

By  Mugove Tafirenyika Zimbabwean opposition parties and street protest movements yesterday vowed to demonstrate in Harare’s Central Business District (CBD) despite a police ban. Yesterday’s meeting of a coalition of opposition…
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UNDP speaks out on BVR saga

By Farayi Machamire The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) has vehemently refuted claims that it is working in cahoots with opposition parties to effect regime change in Zimbabwe, insisting it does not interfere with political…
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Scared authorities lock down Harare

By  Mugove Tafirenyika and Blessings Mashaya Jittery authorities yesterday deployed heavily-armed police on all of Harare’s major roads — mounting multiple roadblocks to thwart the mega demonstration that had been planned by the…
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We will disrupt election: MDC youths

By Blessings Mashaya MDC youths are threatening to disrupt next year’s general elections if the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec) decides to go ahead with the polls without instituting far-reaching electoral reforms to level the…
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UK worried ahead of Zim elections

By  Fungi Kwaramba The United Kingdom House of Commons has said it was deeply concerned by lack of electoral reforms in preparations for Zimbabwe’s key 2018 general poll and called on the government to ensure the vote is peaceful, fair…
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