ZEC chairperson Justice Tita Makarau said observers, the media and political parties are free to inspect the special vote exercise at Harare International Conference Centre
The party's parliamentary candidate for the area, Retired Colonel Tshinga Dube, told VOA his party has received more than 200 defectors, who have surrendered their MDC-T regalia and membership cards
The scrambling follows a court order issued by the Gauteng High Court ordering Sentech, a company that was providing the signal, to encrypt the signal by May 2012
Many organizations reportedly failed to meet the weekend deadline to submit their applications because of various issues, including stringent requirements that were set by the electoral body
'Centralisation of manufacturing processes, failure to recapitalize and competition from imports might be contributing to companies cutting back on labour'
Nkomo is revered by many as a principled leader and one of the main players in Zimbabwe’s liberation struggle in the 1970s.
More than 700,000 people were displaced during operation Murambatsvina in 2005, hundreds have also been displaced around the country.
With only 30 days before national elections scheduled for July 31st, ZEC said the treasury is yet to release money intended for elections.
Speaking Saturday at a joint press conference with South African President Jacob Zuma in Pretoria, Obama said Harare has an opportunity to move to a new phase where, “Zimbabwe can finally achieve all its promise.”
Dubbed “Feya-Feya,” a loose translation from the word “fair,” the campaign was launched in Bulawayo Thursday evening by representatives from 50 civic groups.
South African based Tavengwa Bukaibenyu argued that barring Zimbabweans in the diaspora from voting violated their rights to participate in national processes
In an experiment of the two-match system, Dembare will play Buffaloes while Motor Action engage Monomotapa in matches which fans will pay only $3 to watch the Harare giants