Is there reason to assume that Zimbabwe's independence was ever as fundamental a revolution as it has been popularly envisioned?
The party's steamrolling victory leaves it with the might to tinker with the Constitution at its leisure.
Zimbabwe's opposition says it will challenge President Robert Mugabe's July 31 poll date proclamation.
Zanu-PF and the MDC are in new talks as legal problems delay President Robert Mugabe's wish for elections on June 29.
Ongoing abuses and alleged intimidation by Mugabe's Zanu-PF party has prompted many to question the easing of sanctions by the European Union.
In the lead up to Zimbabwe's elections scheduled for July 2013, Zanu-PF and the MDC have intensified intimidation attempts and campaigning efforts.
A 12-year-old boy was burnt to death in eastern Zimbabwe in a suspected case of political violence ahead of a referendum next month.
The country's finance minister has announced that $217 is all that remains in the public account of the Zimbabwean government.
As parties start campaigning in earnest, several obstacles still remain to a free and fair poll in Zimbabwe, including fears of violence and fraud.