#Ivote4PeaceZW | 3 QUESTIONS TO ASK YOUR WOULD BE COUNCILOR/ MP [PART ONE]

By Tariro Daphne Senderayi WHY DO YOU WANT TO OCCUPY PUBLIC OFFICE? This is a pertinent question. This being because for one to aspire to occupy a public office of course they anticipate personal gain but at the same time they have identified a gap in their ward or constituency. Having listened to the greatest speeches in the world by various world leaders from the … Continue reading #Ivote4PeaceZW | 3 QUESTIONS TO ASK YOUR WOULD BE COUNCILOR/ MP [PART ONE]

Secrecy over 2018 Elections roadmap #Ivote4PeaceZW

by Buhle Tshavango The Zimbabwe Electoral Support Network (ZESN) reports that only 8% of voters in the 2013 Presidential election inspected the voters roll. Voter duplication and names of the deceased surfacing  on election day has created mistrust such that even the introduction of the biometric voter-registration system is shrouded with scepticism. The Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC)  recently finalised the 2018 elections roadmap and between … Continue reading Secrecy over 2018 Elections roadmap #Ivote4PeaceZW

Nyanga North MP Hubert Nyanhongo is completely out of touch with his constituency | #Ivote4PeaceZW

By Tapuwa Mutizamhepo The activities leading to the conduct of the July 2013 harmonised elections remain, imbedded in minds of most Zimbabweans both old and young, it was the first ever election to be held in Zimbabwe under a “new people driven constitution” popularly known as the Copac constitution which ushered many things that the previous Lancaster constitution that had been amended 19 times had … Continue reading Nyanga North MP Hubert Nyanhongo is completely out of touch with his constituency | #Ivote4PeaceZW

We’ve taken measures to ensure that 2018 elections cannot be rigged – MDC-T | #Ivote4PeaceZW

by Tariro Daphne Senderayi  The main opposition party, MDC T has spoken boldly in light of its preparedness for 2018.  MdC-T insists that it has put in place efficient mechanisms to eliminate fraud in the 2018 harmonized elections. It would appear as though since the formation of the MDC T in 1999, the party has given the ruling party a headache and a tough time … Continue reading We’ve taken measures to ensure that 2018 elections cannot be rigged – MDC-T | #Ivote4PeaceZW

5 reasons you should register to vote in 2018 elections | #Ivote4PeaceZW

By Nigel Ndlovhu The Zimbabwean Elections are around the corner and 2018 might seem like a faraway destination but it is really 1 block away. I have complied a list which I think the Zimbabweans youths should read and make their daily bread. 1.Youths we are Large. The youth make up majority of Zimbabwe`s population.  This is the same group which always complaining, the same … Continue reading 5 reasons you should register to vote in 2018 elections | #Ivote4PeaceZW

NERA meet ZEC to discuss polling stations mapping process

By Nkanyiso Ncube The National Electoral Reform Agenda (NERA) and the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) are set to obtain the digital itinerary for Phase 2 of the Polling station Mapping Process. Mapping out polling stations is the process of ensuring legitimate polling station locations are verified and utilized for 2018 elections. This Process has been broken into three Phases. We are now entering Phase 2. … Continue reading NERA meet ZEC to discuss polling stations mapping process

Bikita West Elections | Moments

Bikita West constituency by election  following the incarceration of Munyaradzi Kereke who was convicted of raping his then 11 year old niece. Candidates Beauty Chabaya (ZANU PF) Kudakwashe Gopo (ZimPF) Madock Tatirai Chivasa (NCA) Tanyaradzwa Terrence Makumbo (PDZ) 2 independent candidates Heya Shoko & Innocent Muzvimbiri Bikita West by Election Continue reading Bikita West Elections | Moments

Open letter to the man who got my vote

by Maggie Dube   I’m one of the 50+% of the local population that voted for you. It was 3 years ago when I sold my soul to you with just a simple X. (Amazing what one, usually insignificant letter of the alphabet can do when it counts). And in two years, you’re going to be here again, selling me pipe dreams and playing on … Continue reading Open letter to the man who got my vote