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The southern African regional bloc which brokered a coalition pact in Zimbabwe on Sunday handed the constitutional referendum a clean bill of health despite isolated incidents of violence ahead of the vote. This is a major step in the implementation"
The referendum is taking place ahead of general elections slated for July Movement for Democratic Change Secretary General Tendai Biti has complained of abduction and intimidation on the day Zimbabweans were expected to decide the fate of the draft
Zimbabwe Gift Svirai had not read the document that could govern his nation for decades to come and knew little about it. But he lined up anyway on Saturday morning, casting a vote to adopt a new constitution for Zimbabwe. Multimedia I hope Zimbabwe
In Zimbabwe, the new Constitution submitted to popular vote would pave the way for democratization. Presidential terms would be limited to two five particular. A measure would not be retroactive. So the current
Zimbabwe MDC politician attacked on campaign trail 15 March 2013 Last updated at 14:26 ET A Zimbabwean politician has been attacked in the capital, Harare, during the last day of campaigning before a referendum on a new constitution. Sten Zvorwadza,
Civil rights groups have called on Zimbabwean voters to reject a new constitution, accusing the political elite, including President Robert Mugabe and former opposition leaders, of imposing a fraud on the people. Both Mr Mugabe's Zanu-PF and the
IPS Articles Ironically the jingle's message is seemingly aimed at women at the border post business centre, but they appear to be busy going about their daily chores vending fruits and vegetables, almost indifferent to a process that local
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It is a decision that could potentially change the electoral game in Zimbabwe...However, the organ lacks the force to implement its decisions, a situation exploited by countries such as Zimbabwe to disregard rulings." Gabriel Shumba, Kumbirai Tasuwa
Robert Mugabe is battling to secure consensus on election dates from his coalition partners against the backdrop of a fresh push for a September poll. Pressure is also mounting for the President to comply with a High Court judgement to proclaim