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Release Sikhala on health grounds: Allies

INCARCERATED Zengeza West legislator Job Sikhala’s close allies have expressed concern over his deteriorating health.

‘Zanu PF has already won 2023 elections’

Matuke bragged that Zanu PF had already won the elections.
By Evans Mathanda Jan. 31, 2023

Grace funded Chamisa’s 2018 campaign: Cross

The 2018 elections were held after the removal from power of the late former President Robert Mugabe by President Emmerson Mnangagwa through a military-assisted coup.
By Staff Reporter Jan. 31, 2023

‘Civil servants forced to buy Zanu PF cards’

To avoid being victimised ahead of this year’s polls, some civil servants have reportedly bought the party cards.
By Kenneth Nyangani Jan. 31, 2023

Ruling on Biti's ConCourt referral application set for February 13

Biti, who is also a lawyer, appeared before Muchuchuti-Guwuriro unrepresented saying his lawyer Alec Muchadehama was committed elsewhere.
By Staff Reporter Jan. 30, 2023

Feature: Can Chamisa turn the yellow movement into votes?

Can Chamisa turn his huge following unemployed youths, workers in the informal sector, business leaders and civil servants into votes.
By The Africa Report Jan. 30, 2023

CCC appeals to Sadc, AU

"Political violence is on the increase, and we would like to urge the police to do their work in line with the law and not to be used to suit the Zanu PF agenda." CCC spokesperson Fadzai Mahere
By Vanessa Gonye Jan. 30, 2023

Credible, fair election prospects gone down the drain

The appointment of Mohadi-Ambrose suggested a clear conflict of interest as her appointment will undermine the perceived independence of the commission.
By Phillip Nyasha Fungurai Jan. 29, 2023

Repression: When Zim stops pretending to be a democracy

With a government that has given up on trying to hide its authoritarian foundations, 2023 is likely to be the country’s worst election for the next 15 years.
By The Africa Report Jan. 27, 2023