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London Demo/Celebration Saturday

demoIf Robert Mugabe has not left State House by Saturday, UK-based Zimbabweans will be sending him another message from the Zimbabwe Embassy in London on Saturday. If he has gone they will still be there celebrating and mapping the way forward, so all UK Zimbabweans should be at the Embassy on Saturday.

MDC UK organising secretary Jason Matewu said Zimbabweans in the diaspora were fed up with being refugees and if Mugabe did not listen to the people's verdict at the ballot box, a different type of message would have to be sent to him.

MDC UK activists with their message and another red card for Mr Matibiri.


Last Updated on Friday, 04 April 2008 17:47

MDC Diaspora Vote Rejects Mugabe

ImageMovement for Democratic Change activists, Judith Ngwenya, the women organising secretary (rt) with Lorna Chivandire (middle)and another Portsmouth member sending their message to Robert Mugabe on election day.

As Diasporans were not allowed to vote in the election by their geriatric dictator Robert Mugabe who wants to die in power, the activists held a mock election whose results tallied with the home vote – a red card for Mr Mugabe.


Last Updated on Thursday, 03 April 2008 04:52

"They Are Planning To Overrule People's Vote"

biti As the Zimbabwe government moves cautiously towards presenting the people of Zimbabwe with a fraudulent result, the opposition MDC secretary general Tendai Biti has said MDC will not got to court as there are still electoral petitions outstanding in the court since 2002.

The Zimbabwe Electoral Commission has since morning released only five results results, raising suspicion that the commission has indeed been ordered to present falsified ;figures.

Last Updated on Thursday, 01 January 2009 18:22

Zanu 31 to MDC 31 - "Dhiziri Mugomo"

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Up to 10pm Zimbabwe time, police are just deployed and no results are coming out.

It is now 31 to 31 to 1 to 1 according the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission which is still failing to release the results of Saturday's election.

The chairman, George Chiweshe, was so overwhelmed when he could not answer questions from journalists that he ran away.

Last Updated on Sunday, 13 April 2008 20:11

MDC 95, Zanu 41 (Updated 07.00 GMT)

The situation in Zimbabwe continues to be confusing, with the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) now announcing apparently cooked up figures, but still showing that the MDC is on course to take a substantial majority of the seats in the House of Assembly.

Official results posted at polling stations, such as the ones on the right, were used by the MDC to collate their tallies of the voting nationally and the MDC announced these as its returns more than 12 hours ago, but the ZEC has not been able to announce all the results - saying that it is still verifying.

The opposition Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) now has 95 confirmed House of Assembly seats to Zanu (PF)'s 41 and combined Independents and the MDC Splinter Group have 20. Listen to MDC Secretary General.Tendai Biti


Last Updated on Sunday, 13 April 2008 20:04

"The Rigging is Going On"

ImageIt takes a few bodies for the international community to start recognising what is going on in Zimbabwe” - frustrated Zimbabwean.

Conspiracy theories are continuing to circulate in the absence of official results, with one source saying the government plans to announce a tight contest, but won by Zanu (PF).

This also follows the assertion by Bright Matonga that the race is going to be close.

Last Updated on Thursday, 10 July 2008 01:43

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Bhadharai Pano