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Residents associations call for peaceful polls

Racer, a coalition of 42 rural and urban resident associations told journalists in Harare that elections are not an event, but a process that leads to the final day.
By Tapfumanei Muchabaiwa Nov. 30, 2022

Zanu PF dangles cane plots to youths

Zanu PF Masvingo provincial chairperson Robson Mavhenyengwa confirmed last Friday that the youths will receive 10 hectares each.
By Problem Masau Nov. 22, 2022

Social media ‘war’ looms ahead of polls

Even the ruling Zanu PF party, which was once averse to social media, has announced plans to invade social media platforms in a big way.
By Problem Masau Nov. 1, 2022

Cartoon: September 20, 2022 edition.

Cartoon: September 20, 2022 edition.
By The Watcher Sep. 20, 2022

Village Rhapsody: Why 2023 polls are important for gender equality

Despite a number of international, regional, and national laws that grant women the right to equal political participation and representation as citizens, gender disparities still exist in the access to political leadership positions across local governments, national parliaments, and executive institutions of power across the world.

By The Standard Aug. 21, 2022

Village Rhapsody: Why 2023 polls are important for gender equality

Despite a number of international, regional, and national laws that grant women the right to equal political participation and representation as citizens, gender disparities still exist in the access to political leadership positions across local governments, national parliaments, and executive institutions of power across the world.

By The Standard Aug. 21, 2022

CCC pins hope on dialogue

Addressing a Press in Harare yesterday, CCC acting spokesperson Gift Siziba said they were worried over continued incarceration of its members on politically-motivated charges when the country is a few months to the 2023 polls.

By The Standard Jul. 13, 2022

Industry feels abandoned as polls draw closer

“Election headwinds are filtering into business activities as the country prepares for the 2023 general elections and businesses’ concerns are being side-lined as the policymakers pursue pro-poor policies to gain election mileage,” ZNCC’s immediate past president Tinashe Manzungu said in the organisation’s 2021-2022 annual report, presented at the ZNCC’s recent annual conference.

By The Standard Jul. 12, 2022

Zec to consider new voters blitz

On Tuesday, Zec released a statement stating that as at June 10, the country’s registered voters numbered 5 804 975, a 2% increase on 5 695 706 from 2018.

By The Standard Jul. 7, 2022