They were irked by the arrival of Mr. Robert Mugabe in the country before the announcement of the results,
Canisius Banda, deputy president of the UPND in charge of politics, said the verification has to be done in the presence of all the political parties and other stakeholders.
'We don’t intend to form a party at all. We are fighting within and Mai (Mrs) Mujuru has said she is not leaving the party ...'
South African-born white Zimbabwea, Simon Bright, released a documentary in 2011, titled, Robert Mugabe: What Happened?
Many say the appearance of peace in the country has averted the world attention to areas of more open conflict, around the continent and the world.
Attorney, Tonderai Bhatasara, a member lawyer of the Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights, said two government ministries and ZimParks are in contempt of court.
USAID is said be be probing funds dispersed to some organization dealing with elections and peace building initiatives.
The Zimbabwe School Examination Council said Thursday out of 30, 614 examinees, 25, 291 had passed.
Residents told the former prime minister they were building structures haphazardly and drinking unprotected water from wells while council did not provide any service.
'As the Youth League we are 100 percent against Mutasa … We want our leaders to expel Mutasa'
The government assisted the bereaved families, mostly from Tsholotsho with burial expenses.
Human rights lawyer and Reagan-Fascell Democracy fellow, Arthur Gwagwa, said the speech was very comprehensive and touched on issues of great importance to America.