By Tariro Daphne Senderayi IN order to register to vote in next year’s election you will need to have proof of residence. Most voters including the youth and women do not own houses they are tenants. This will largely depend on the availability of landlords and the rapport between tenant and landlord. Women voters in the rural areas will require proof from their husbands most whose … Continue reading What you need to know about proof of residence & ID voting
by Open Parly Report Between a hard surface and a rock may be the perfect statement, to sum up, the situation Harare City Council has found itself in after yielding in to pressure for the Council to cancel their contract with Well Cash Debt collecting company. Despite the move being what ratepayers demanded, the council is owed over 650 million dollars and has somewhat crippled … Continue reading Harare Residents Owe The City A Whooping $650 Million In Unpaid Bills
by Tariro D. Senderayi We are in full election mode and you will hear a lot of conversations and debate surrounding the voters roll. We have compiled 9 things that you need to know about a Voters Roll: 1. A voter’s roll is the cornerstone of the administration of a democratic election thus it should be accurate and up to date. 2. An ideal voter’s … Continue reading 9 Things You Need To Know About The Voters Roll
Zimbabwe is scheduled to have harmonized elections in 2018. Prior to an election, the media has the duty to ensure that the public is informed about relevant electoral matters such as the political parties, candidates, campaign issues and voting processes. Bloggers & Citizen journalists play an important role & have an obligation to ensure voters understand how to exercise their vote. We are inviting bloggers & citizen journalists … Continue reading Open Parly ZW Election Reporting Bootcamp for Bloggers & Citizen Journalists | Apply Now
By Tariro Daphne Senderayi There has been a lot of names fielded for Zimbabwe’s 2018 presidential elections. Of interest is a renowned technocrat Dr. Nkosana Moyo the former Minister of Industry and International Trade. Some would call him the Simba Makoni of the race whilst some have been more receptive, referring to him as one of the most ‘sober’ presidential candidates. News of him possibly running … Continue reading Is Dr. Nkosana Moyo the dark horse in the 2018 Presidential elections
By Tapiwa Mutizamhepo Zanu PF National Youth Secretary, Kudzanayi Chipanga has torched a storm amongst the disabled community for his utterances he made whilst addressing Zanu-PF supporters in Marondera last Saturday during recent the inaugural Presidential Youth Interface rally. Whilst addressing Zanu PF youths at the rally, meant to mobilize youths to register and vote for the party in the harmonized elections due in 2018, … Continue reading Chipanga disability utterances torches storm!
By Tafadzwa Murangwana The state broadcaster on Monday ran their top stories around the ‘meet the youth’ tour that President Robert Mugabe will embark on this Friday in Marondera at the behest of the party’s youth league led by Kudzai Chipanga. I could not stomach that the reports which suggested that, top on the agenda would be the issue to do with residential stands. Is … Continue reading Zanu PF Youth – Mugabe’s Trump card for the 2018 Elections
by Tariro D. Senderayi Zimbabwe’s Minister of Tourism lost out on the UNWTO Secretary General post. The result cultivated a mixed bag of reactions. Mzembi who had won the first round of elections proceeded to lose in the second round to his Georgian counterpart, Zurab Pololikashvili. Zimbabweans, rose to the occasion on social media as most jubilated and ululated at Mzembi’s defeat as they strongly … Continue reading Min. Mzembi lost UNWTO SG post: What went wrong?
By Ashton Bumhira Zimbabwean youth constitute the largest constituency of over 60% of the population but continue to be socially, politically, and economically marginalized. It is worrisome how the youth have been schemed out and marginalized from governance. The present administration has been insensiitive to youth being included in governance. This is a point we should all be worried about needs urgent attention. Some people have argued that … Continue reading You are not too young to run in the 2018 general elections | #NotTooYoungToRun
By Nkanyiso Ncube Parliamentary watchdog, Veritas has called on government, to revise the voter registration residential requirements so as to allow every eligible voter an opportunity to vote. In a commentary, Veritas said residential requirements should not be a hindrance for people to participation in the upcoming general elections. “All adult citizens must be given an opportunity to register as voters. Residential requirements for registration … Continue reading 2018 Voter registration requirements as stated by the Registrar General