Zimbabwe 2013 Elections

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.

Tsvangirai says he snubbed talks with Mugabe

Morgan Tsvangirai claims he rejected discussions with Zimbabwe's president, but Zanu-PF says if the MDC leader claims he was approached, it's a lie.

Cabinet on Zim election: Successful? Yes. Free and fair? Meh

Journalists have been left puzzled as Zuma's Cabinet lauded Zimbabwe for a "successful, harmonised election" - without calling it free and fair.

‘Go hang,’ says Mugabe to election critics

Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe said those upset by his disputed landslide election victory could "go hang".

Elections: Tsvangirai’s MDC wants a re-run

Morgan Tsvangirai's party has filed an appeal in the Constitutional Court against the results of the controversial elections won by Robert Mugabe.

Zimbabwe: MDC-T’s Tsvangirai launches court bid

MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai has approached the Electoral Court seeking an order for the ZEC to hand over all the voters' details

Zim’s new govt: who is in who is out

Analysts say Mugabe will try to balance his appointments between tribal and factional lines.

MDC considers a govt boycott

The party is mulling over disengaging from President Robert Mugabe's government in the hope it will push him to negotiate.

There is no need for mediation, says Zanu-PF

Zanu-PF has rejected Jacob Zuma's continued mediation in Zimbabwe, saying there was no longer a need for it after last week's polls.

The false promise of elections in Zim

Though the government of national unity was not able to change much, the future looks darker now.

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