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.

by Dorcas Rumano

Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) has assured the electorate that the Commission will respect the people’s choice and will truthfully announce the election outcome when they are through with verification and compilation of the results.

by David Chandisaita

South African High Court Judge, Justice Bashier Vally has rescinded the decision by former International Relations and Co-operation Minister, Maite Nkoana-Mashabane to grant former First Lady, Grace Mugabe diplomatic immunity.

by Gift Mashoko

Peace has been prevailing in Zimbabwe during this election period due to President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s call for the country to be peaceful and to maintain peace as we build the Zimbabwe we all want.

by Patience Rashai

The Tourism sector has launched the Zimbabwe Peace Festival in Harare, as part of the Zimbabwe Tourism Authority (ZTA)’s initiatives to market and promote religious tourism in the country.

by Dorcas Rumano

The National Vendors Union of Zimbabwe (NAVUZ) leader, Mr Stern Zvorwadza has described President Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa as a 'Double Hero' who fought two liberation struggles to liberate the people of Zimbabwe from economic and political bondage.