By Amnesty International Shrinking civic space, crackdown on human rights and attack on peaceful dissent intensifies; Mnangagwa followed Mugabe’s steps in misusing laws as instrument of oppression; False hopes for a new... read more →
UN Secretary-General António Guterres is closely following developments in Zimbabwe’s elections, his spokesperson said on Sunday. Citizens went to the polls on Wednesday but voting had to be extended into... read more →
Zimbabwe’s elections have been extended for another day due to long delays at some polling stations, primarily in opposition strongholds. The SABC reports that the opposition leader Nelson Chamisa has... read more →
Voting is underway in presidential and parliamentary elections in Zimbabwe, where the opposition is seeking to end the 43-year rule of the Zanu-PF party. Daniel Kidjo has more.
Chipo Dendere, Wellesley College Nelson Chamisa, the 45-year-old leader of Zimbabwe’s main opposition party, the Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC), is making a second bid to be Zimbabwe’s next president.... read more →
Zimbabweans will head to the polls on Wednesday to vote. The election is taking place as the country’s economy is still struggling against headwinds, including a notoriously unstable currency that... read more →
News24 reports that although Zimbabwe’s election season started in a relatively peaceful way, with President Emmerson Mnangagwa in his first rally two weeks ago calling for a violence-free election, things... read more →