Zimbabwean elections

 
Zanu-PF lets people eat cake
Zanu-PF lets people eat cake
Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe turns 88 next week and preparations for his birthday celebration, known among his Zanu-PF supporters as the "21st...
Zim Parliament to be sworn in next week
Zim Parliament to be sworn in next week
Zimbabwe's government plans to convene Parliament next week despite deadlock in talks to end a post-election political crisis that has worsened the...
Botswana journalists cry foul over media Bill
Botswana journalists cry foul over media Bill
Journalists in Botswana are up in arms over the draft Media Practitioners Bill. Quietly published in the Government Gazette on June 27, the Bill...
'A mindless f#*#ing idiot ...'
'A mindless f#*#ing idiot ...'
Part one: Violence and vilification Apparently, the time of the V-word has come. Now that Fred Khumalo has put him neatly in his callow place last Sunday, ANC Youth League president...
Mugabe likely to be sworn in on Sunday
Mugabe likely to be sworn in on Sunday
Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe is expected to be sworn in on Sunday after a landslide victory in a one-candidate election boycotted by the...
Zim counts votes: Opposition to lobby Africa
Zim counts votes: Opposition to lobby Africa
Votes were being counted on Saturday in Zimbabwe's single candidate presidential election and state media predicted a landslide victory for...
Voters hope ink-stained finger will keep them alive
Voters hope ink-stained finger will keep them alive
The young man who gave his name only as Wilson wanted just one thing from Friday's presidential election in Zimbabwe: the indelible red ink on his...
Mugabe defiant as voting starts in Zimbabwe
Mugabe defiant as voting starts in Zimbabwe
Zimbabweans began voting in a one-sided presidential run-off on Friday after President Robert Mugabe defied mounting world condemnation and calls...
Mugabe claims he's open to talks
Mugabe claims he's open to talks
Friday's one-candidate presidential run-off is already a footnote, with the world looking beyond the electoral charade to how Zimbabwe can be...
To expel or suspend
To expel or suspend
The crisis in Zimbabwe has triggered the Southern African Development Community's (SADC) most profound political crisis since its foundation, an...
UK names clique of six men behind 'campaign of terror'
UK names clique of six men behind 'campaign of terror'
Zanu-PF rose to the top after Zimbabwe's independence in 1980 by being more centralised, conspiratorial and ruthless than all its rivals. After the...
Mugabe: in league with the military
Mugabe: in league with the military
There's been no "coup" in Zimbabwe. The relationship between Robert Mugabe and the generals is one of mutual dependence.

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