by Nobleman Runyanga

Many Zimbabweans have roundly condemned the violent demonstrations which broke out in Harare city centre yesterday resulting in the death of three people. This came out of a snap survey which was carried out in the capital by the Harare Post this morning.

by Christopher Makaza.

Netizens from various social media platforms have condemned yesterday`s MDC violence that rocked Harare Central Business District (CBD) destroying buildings, robots, cars and claiming three lives.

by Charles Motsi

Movement for Democratic Change (Chamisa faction) supporters yesterday went on a vandalism spree in Harare to protest, the just released, results of Monday’s Parliamentary elections.

More than three-quarters of Zimbabweans have only known one presidential election result: a victory for comrade Robert Gabriel Mugabe. Until this week, that is. Last November’s “not a coup” replaced Mugabe with his former deputy Emmerson Mnangagwa, who had gradually but decisively been assuming control of the levers of power.

by Bruce Zvandasara

Just a day after Zimbabweans peacefully exercised their democratic and constitutional right to vote for their preferred political party and candidates, MDC Alliance shocked the country when they called for an urgent press conference at Morgan Richard Tsvangirai House minutes before the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission slated presser to announce the election results.