Browsing All posts tagged under »Zimbabwean Elections«

Radio France Internationale’s Interview with Beatrice Mtetwa on 26 Nov 2013

November 26, 2013



@ZanuPF_Official Manifesto Broken Down

September 17, 2013


I waited patiently for cabinet to be announced but in the mean time I finished reading through Zanu’s manifesto and made a few notes under each section to summarise a few points. In my way, this will provide a guide for me regarding their direction and focus for the next 5 years. Ideology:       […]

@RuvhiPari on BBC re #ZimElections

August 13, 2013


I Voted in #ZimElections

August 1, 2013


I voted in the Zim Elections on Wednesday afternoon.I was a first voter and naturally I was really excited about participating in these monumental elections. Sadly yesterday morning a video with Tendai Biti was the first glimpse or what to come later that day. My advise at this stage to stop the speculation and report […]

@MDCParty 2013 Election Manifesto

July 22, 2013


The MDC Party was officially launched at Rufaro Stadium in Harare on the 11th  September 1999. Their manifesto was launched at Siachilaba, Binga on 20th July 2013. A brief review of their manifesto reveals ‘What the MDC ACTIONS will do’: – ‘MDC will empower citizens through a devolution process where any ordinary citizen can have […]

@MDCZimbabwe 2013 Election Manifesto

July 7, 2013


MDC launches their manifesto at Rudhaka Stadium in Marondera today. According to the manifesto and ‘since forming the Inclusive Government, the MDC has brought a number of successes, including: • 4 years of economic growth (following 10 years of economic contraction) • Reduction of inflation from 231 million per cent to less than 10% • Adoption […]

@ZanuPF_Official 2013 Election Manifesto

July 7, 2013


Zanu PF launched their manifesto at Zimbabwe Grounds in Highfields Harare on Friday 5th July 2013. A quick read of their manifesto indicates that some of Zanu PF’s achievements including: – ‘Zanu PF has indigenised12,117,000 hectares of land which was previously in the hands of 3,500 beneficiaries of colonialism and illegal and racist Rhodesian rule and […]