Zanu-PF has taken a firm foothold ahead of the July 30 harmonised elections after it landed 46 wards in various local councils unopposed as opposition political parties failed to field candidates.
by Tawanda Musariri
Zimbabwe’s top music celebrities, Thomas Mapfumo and Oliver Mtukudzi have taken to micro blogging site Twitter to denounce the cowardly grenade attack that targeted but missed President Emmerson Mnangagwa as he made his way out from the White City Stadium in Bulawayo on Saturday.
by Gift Mashoko
President Emmerson Mnangagwa has urged ZANU PF supporters to be peaceful during this election period for them to be victorious in the upcoming elections.
Speaking at a star rally at Pelandaba Stadium in Gwanda, the President said for the country to develop there was need for peace in the country.
by Staff writer
The MDC Alliance candidate for Marondera Central, Caston Matewu, has been threatened with dismissal for not showing seriousness in his campaigns.
by Bevan Musoko
Attempts by former ZANU PF member, who is now the National Patriotic Front Hurungwe East constituency candidate, Sarah Mahoka to infiltrate ZANU PF have been exposed by the ZANU PF official he attempted to bribe with a motor bike.
by David Chandisaita
The Emmerphoria vibe has suffused the Bulawayo atmosphere, the cacophony of youths busying themselves with preparations for the ZANU PF Star Rally slated for White City Stadium on Saturday.
by Elijah Chihota
The political bickering within the MDC Alliance is threatening the survival of the political grouping as its presidential candidate, Nelson Chamisa has decided to solely steer the ship, thereby grieving fellow principals and the spirit of unity.
by Ashley Kondo
Zimbabweans have heeded calls to maintain a peaceful environment ahead of the polls scheduled for 30 July this year.
Since his inauguration, President Mnangagwa, has made numerous pronouncements on the need for a peaceful, free, fair and credible election.
by Rudo Saungweme
Chaos continue to rock the MDC Alliance ahead of the do-or-die harmonised elections as some district assemblies are threatening to throw their weight behind independent candidates.
by Nobleman Runyanga
Zimbabweans have welcomed the recent reduction in mobile data charges which was announced by the Postal and Telecommunications Authority of Zimbabwe (POTRAZ) this week.