Constitutional Referendum Polling Stations (a provisional list) were published in the press yesterday by the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission. ZEC advises that the final list will be published no later than 48 hours before the date of poll (16 March 2013).
We’re in the process of making these available in electronic format – The Bulawayo and Harare Province (including Chitungwiza and Epworth) lists are on our site, and you can get them here. We’ll continue to add more provinces as we go.
Whilst this is still a “provisional” list, it is worth noting that these polling stations are very similar to those used in the 2008 General Election and Presidential Run-Off Election, so if there’s a polling station you know you’ve used in the past, chances are you can use it again.
It’s also worth noting that, whilst this information is presented by ZEC in Province, District, Constituency and Ward order, any Zimbabwean citizen over 18 can vote in the Referendum, at any polling station, regardless of whether you’re registered to vote, and regardless of where you live. You just need to bring your ID, waiting pass or passport.
So, take a look at the polling station lists, and do a search for your constituency, suburb or a school near you, and find out where you can vote next Saturday. Maybe make a note of a few polling stations near you, so that if the queue is quite long at one, you can just go to another.
Source: – Kubatana Blogs