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‘Zim more divided since July elections’

The July 31 polls are said to have left Zimbabwe more polarised than it was during the years of the inclusive government.

Zim: Opposition figure convicted after flagging electoral fraud

An opposition official in Zimbabwe who reported finding dumped ballot papers in a dustbin has been convicted of fraud and breaching electoral laws.

‘We dare not let ?the people down’

Mugabe seems to have come to terms with the fact that this will be his last stint as president.

All eyes on new Zim Cabinet

President Robert Mugabe may struggle to make everyone happy when he appoints the next generation of leaders.

Motlanthe to attend Mugabe inauguration

Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe will represent South Africa at Robert Mugabe's inauguration as president of Zimbabwe on Thursday.

Zim Concourt rules elections ‘free, fair and credible’

Zim's Constitutional Court has ruled that a disputed election which put Robert Mugabe in power was fair, dismissing allegations of vote-rigging.

SADC toasts to Mugabe, calls for an end to Zimbabwe sanctions

SADC has called for the West to lift sanctions against Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe as it sealed its approval of his election victory.

Zimbabwe’s MDC drops court challenge to Mugabe re-election

The MDC has withdrawn a court challenge against President Robert Mugabe's re-election, saying it was being denied crucial evidence.

Nikuv’s election bounty heightens suspicions

Nikuv Projects International paid an average of $200 000 every two and a half days for five months in the run-up to Zimbabwe's general elections.

Tsvangirai sets out case for Zimbabwe poll fraud

The MDC-T leader lists the 15 main reasons why the July 31 elections were 'corrupt and illegal'.

MDC’s naive Nikuv dealings

When opposition party leaders bought irrigation equipment, they did not know who they were dealing with.

Zanu-PF mulls law amendments

The party's steamrolling victory leaves it with the might to tinker with the Constitution at its leisure.

State institutions sing for their supper

All hail the chief! Zimbabwean parastatals and state universities have been falling over each other to congratulate the president on his election win.

Payback for Zim’s security chiefs

As in the past, Mugabe is expected to reward those who neutralised the opposition.

AU, SADC 
and their 
Zim dilemma

Regional bodies’ policies need work after both uphold the elections in the divided country.

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