Latest articles on 2002 Zimbabwe Elections

Mbeki rewrites his administration’s SA-Zimbabwe relations

In a letter published on his Facebook page, the former president ignores the concerns of many observers about the legitimacy of the 2002 elections.

Editorial: Mbeki betrayed democracy

The Khampepe report shows just how easy it is for leaders to reject the rights of citizens. South Africa may well be on the same slippery slope.

Morgan Tsvangirai: Khampepe report is ’12 years too late’

Thabo Mbeki is a hypocrite who preached democracy even as he was subverting it, a seething Morgan Tsvangirai told the Mail & Guardian this week.

Tsvangirai: SA aided subversion of Zim democratic process

MDC-T's Morgan Tsvangirai has chastised the South African government for sweeping the Khampepe report under the carpet.

Khampepe: Zim’s 2002 elections not free and fair

The findings of the much-coveted Khampepe report, finally made public on Friday, found that the 2002 Zimbabwe elections were not "free and fair".

M&G wins right to view Khampepe Report on Zim elections

After a five year battle to access a report into vote-rigging during the 2002 Zimbabwe elections, the Concourt has finally ruled in the M&G's favour.

Another step back in access to disputed Khampepe report

The M&G’s six-year legal quest to gain access to the Khampepe report has taken yet another extraordinary turn.

Zim elections: Have we reached peak Khampepe?

The release of the report into Zimbabwe's 2002 election may be delayed by another 'judicial peek'.

Is this the same Con Court?

Shortly before the 2002 Zimbabwean elections, Justices Dikgang Moseneke and Sisi Khampepe was appointed to assess the issues relating to the elections

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