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Diaspora "Votes" For Change


As Zimbabweans in urban and rural areas of Zimbabwe were coming out in their multitudes to vote for change, Zimbabweans in various diaspora were also carrying out actions in solidarity.

Long and winding queues formed early in the morning in Harare, and Masvingo, but they also did so at the Zimbabwean Embassies in London, Brussels the US and South Africa.

Counting the South African Diaspora Vote

Last Updated on Monday, 28 April 2008 22:13

Voting Starts Peacefully


Initial reports indicate that voting has started peacefully and that a large turn-out is expected as some people were on queues before sunrise in Harare and Marondera.

Last Updated on Monday, 31 March 2008 10:51

Crunch Time, Candidates Gird Your Loins









A Buhera man chanting the Chinja slogan while surrounded by police at a rally addressed by MDC President Morgan Tsvangirai in his home area yesterday,  Tuesday

Last Updated on Monday, 31 March 2008 10:05

Rigging Now Only Alternative Left For Mugabe

ImagePresident Robert Mugabe's attempts to sabotage the opposition Movement for Democratic Change (MDC)'s victory in next this week's election are coming to naught as MDC supporters are turning up in their thousands to show the dictator the "red card"

Urban Zimbabweans have gotten over their fear and openly wave red cards to signal the sending off of Robert Mugabe and his team.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 06 August 2008 09:01

Kickin' And Screaming, No Going Back


ngachitsveThree days before election, MDC has uncovered desperate attempts to manipulate the people’s will by bribing polling officers and MDC election agents. And three days before election it is still not clear whether the government has accepted that ballot papers must be counted in the constituencies, instead of being moved to one national command centre, at the risk of of being swapped along the way.

What is clear, however, is that the regime is desperate to steal the election at any cost, but we say: enough is enough. Let the will of the people prevail.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 26 March 2008 12:42

MDC UK, Vigil In Seperate Actions

ImageThe MDC UK has nothing to with the mock election programme at the Vigil on Saturday and is urging its members to be at Coventry instead.

"The Vigil programme is their own programme. They have said they will not recognise the MDC at the programme, so we are having our own programme at Coventry and we are urging genuine MDC members to come to Coventry," said Mathew Nyashanu the MDC UK spokesman.



Matthew Nyashanu 

Last Updated on Tuesday, 25 March 2008 10:34

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