One hopes a new brand of politician will emerge, one that is defined by a genuine desire to serve.
Zimbabwean police have raided the MDC offices in the southern district of Gwanda and seized motorcycles meant to be used for its election campaign.
Four aides to Zimbabwe's prime minister have been charged with breaching the official secrets code as their lawyer was accused of obstructing justice.
Footage obtained by the Mail & Guardian reveals how both Zanu-PF and the MDC-T are using food to bribe Zimbabweans for votes ahead of the elections.
Officials claim President Robert Mugabe is calling in favours he granted to Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai - at the MDC's expense.
Insiders say legislators who are unable to prove how they used allocated funds are unlikely to be retained during the confirmation process.
MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai is using the party's rules to give sitting Members of Parliament a clear route to elections.
Morgan Tsvangirai's party must recapture the 2008 zeitgeist and combat voter disillusionment to dominate the upcoming poll, writes Jason Moyo.
Sharp political differences are likely to prevent opposition parties from rallying behind one candidate in the next presidential elections.
Robert Mugabe's plan for an early election seems to be falling flat, writes Ray Ndlovu.
The shadowy operations of Anjin Investments has come under scrutiny from the Movement for Democratic Change and human rights group Global Witness.
Robert Mugabe will be using his lavish and costly 88th birthday party to drum up support for Zanu-PF.
President Robert Mugabe's plans to keep loyal and long-serving security force chiefs on is fanning new disputes within Zimbabwe's unity government.
Allegations of violence, vote-buying, tribalism and jostling for top positions within the MDC have dealt a blow to the party's improving fortunes.
Zanu-PF head Robert Mugabe acceded last week to a secret meeting with pro-democracy leader Morgan Tsvangirai, Zimbabwe state media reported on Monday.
Zimbabweans began voting on Saturday in the most crucial election since independence from Britain in 1980, with veteran President Robert Mugabe facing the biggest challenge of his 28-year-rule. Some voters slept at the polling stations while others began queuing before dawn. Voting began just after 7am and was scheduled to end 12 hours later.