Zvido Zvevanhu Peoples Party

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Any coalition without   lead Political Party and Zvido ZveVanhu Peoples Party (ZZPP) is just a waste of time. Nothing fr...
21/01/2024

Any coalition without lead Political Party and Zvido ZveVanhu Peoples Party (ZZPP) is just a waste of time. Nothing fruitful that will benefit the citizens will come out of it.

17/01/2024

𝐊𝐧𝐨𝐰 𝐲𝐨𝐮𝐫 𝐙𝐢𝐦𝐛𝐚𝐛𝐰𝐞 𝐎𝐟𝐟𝐢𝐜𝐢𝐚𝐥 𝐓𝐫𝐚𝐟𝐟𝐢𝐜 𝐅𝐢𝐧𝐞𝐬!

ZIMBABWE VEHICLE REGISTRATION &
LICENSING ACT
CHAPTER 12:14

Fail to Display current vehicle licence: $5

Fail to produce documents within 7 days to Police: $5

Fail to produce documents within 7 days to VID: $10

Licence vehicle registered vehicle-all classes: $10

Fail to Display registration mark and Number Plate OR its illegible: $10

Fail to Notify change of ownership – 14 days:$10

No Number plate: $10

No rear Number plate light: $5

No Drivers licence: $20

No Insurance: $10

No white front reflectors: $5

No red read reflectors: $5

No red 'T' on rear trailer: $10

Motor vehicle + Trailer longer than 8 Mt: $5

No amber side reflectors @ 4mt – each: $5

No red triangles: $15

No horn, fail to use or abuse horn: $10

No Stopping, No parking, no left or right turn: $5

Proceed against red robot: $20

Proceed against amber robot: $10

Encroach over white line at a robot: $10

Fail to stop at flash lights – Railway crossing: $20

Overtaking over solid white line: $20

Double parking: $5

Stop or park within 7.5 mt. of intersection: $15

Fail to give way to right-uncontrolled intersection:
$15

Cut corner when turning right: $10

Fail to:
Signal – slow down, stop turn left or right: $10

Stop – minor accident: $20

Stop – serious accident: court

No headlights, one headlight or no side lights:$5

No headlights or side lights: $10

Headlights causing dazzle: $15

No dip switch: $10

Foot brakes not working: $20

Hand brakes not working at all – max: $15

Unable to keep vehicle static when brake applied: $15

No windscreen wiper: $5

Windscreen not providing clear undistorted vision:
$10

No exhaust silencer: $10

Inefficient exhaust silencer: $5

Causing excessive smoke: $10

Leaks of oil and fuel onto road: $5

Dangerous tyre – canvas showing – per tyre: $5

Axles Loading:
1-50: $10
51-200: $15
201-400: $20
+ 400: court

No Safety belt: $5

Spit in or from vehicle: $5

Discard rubbish fro vehicle: $5

Abusive behaviour: $10

Speeding - extra kilometres per hour:
6-15: $5
16-25: $10
26-35: $15
36-50: $20
50+: court

Production of documents 7 days:

Fail to produce Documents: $5

Fail to produce Drivers licence: $20

Fail to produce Insurance: $5

Fail to produce Registration book to VID $10

Police Officers must give rank, name and number.

Spot fines – Form Z69(j) Admission of Guilt.
Form 265 to pay fine at police station within 7
days.

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Asylum seekers to be sent to Rwanda. Pakaipa.
17/01/2024

Asylum seekers to be sent to Rwanda. Pakaipa.

10/01/2024

Only the truth shall set us free fellow Zimbabweans.
Mhuri yeZimbabwe musatuke madzinza enyu. Namatirai kuti mweya yavo izorore murugare. Mukatuka madzinza enyu muchatukwavo kana mafa.

10/01/2024

Only the truth shall set us free fellow Zimbabweans.
Mhuri yeZimbabwe musatuke madzinza enyu. Namatirai kuti mweya yavo izorore murugare. Mukatuka madzinza enyu muchatukwavo kana mafa.

What is the meaning of ancestor?
A person who was in someone's family in past times.
one of the people from whom a person is descended.
an example of an ancestor
The grandparents of your grandparents.
What does a descendant of someone mean?
a person who is related to you and who lives after you, such as your child or grandchild.
Madzinza (Tribes)
So if madzinza is our descendants or ancestors spirits why do we speak bad things about them.
Dzinza rekwa Shumba. Moyo, Mpofu, Tsoko, Nyathi, Madube etc
Mudzimu
Mhondoro means lion.

VP Ties knot. Proverbs 18:22
23/12/2023

VP Ties knot. Proverbs 18:22

19/12/2023

INTEGRITY INTEGRIY ZIMBABWE.

Intergrity is the key to success and its a practice of being honest and showing a consistent & uncompromosing adherence to strong moral and ethical principles and values.
Intergrity is very important in leadership because its the foundation of good leadership. Trustworth, honesty and ethical. Intergrity is a cornerstone of effective leadership because it builds trust and confidence among followers. People are drawn to leaders with intergrity because they know that these individuals can be trusted to do right, even when the going gets tough.
We have four types of intergrity.
1. Personal intergity that is being honest with yourself.
2.Moral intergrity that is moral values and principles. Being able to make decisions, even when they are not popular. People are drawn to leaders with moral intergrity.
3.Ethical intergrity that is adhering to ethical principles being honesty & transparent in all dealings. Lastly
4. Intellectual intergrity that is adhering to intellectual principles. Open minded discussions & debates without getting personal.

An example NELSON MANDELA went to prison because he stood up for equal rights in his country. S AFRICA.

The golden question do we have leaders with intergrity to takes us to the next level

The presented budget is meant to punish the masses. This shows the kind of leadership we  have, incompetent, fascism and...
01/12/2023

The presented budget is meant to punish the masses. This shows the kind of leadership we have, incompetent, fascism and narcissitic.
The regime is facing economic challenges big time.
Its high time we have at least four different Political parties in parliament. To help in debating and standing for the people. This ideology of having one main opposition in parliament does not work. The regime takes advantage of that.

20/11/2023

ZANU -PF will not rest until it has managed to have two thirds majority rule in parliament. Okay lets define
terrorism, it is the calculated use of violence to create a general climate of fear in a population and thereby to bring about a particular political objective. The recent abductions and murdering of the opposition members of parliament was meant to instill fear among the citizens.
The recalls from a self imposed Sec Gen Tshabangu sponsored Saga is meant to destroy the opposition once and for all in Zimbabwe to create a One Party State. The ruling party has losts its mandate to deliver the basic necessities of life and to protect its citizens.
All the rogue elements in the system we say shame unto you, you brood of vipers. Our People are dying from the deadly Cholera disease whilst our govt is busy recalling and funding useless by-elections at expense of citizens just to please one family who is busy aquiring wealth for personal gain.
Am sure those who died for our independence are now crying in their graves.
The current regime is now a threat to democracy and a hinderance to the countrķ engagement with the family of nations and global markets because of their personal interests and poor diplomacy in engaging with other neighbours. The rogue elements are causing suffering to the nation. Our children are leaving the motherland because of bad policies and laws that destroy the nation progress and nation building.

This mess can only be resolved with a political dialogue.
Dialogue, Dialogue Dialogue is the way forward to correct the Political Crises. We are in a crises and we do need a solution now not later. The solution lies within the a inclusive dialogue of all political parties, churches,civic organisations & Non-govt is the way forward.

EU EOM Executive summary ( Final Report)
17/11/2023

EU EOM Executive summary ( Final Report)

17/11/2023
List top priorities of ZANUPF government since 1980: 1.  Funding for elections 2. Funding for by-elections 3. Funding fo...
08/11/2023

List top priorities of ZANUPF government since 1980:


1. Funding for elections

2. Funding for by-elections

3. Funding for campaigns for elections

5. Campaign funding for by-elections

6. New cars for the Chiefs for vote buying during elections

7, New cars for the cabinet ministers

8. New cars for the MPs

9. New cars for ZANUPF Commissaries

10. Again! Campaign Funds to retain power!

11. Pfumvudza for poor people during election campaigns

12. Rice for poor people during election campaigns

13, Ma-cups for poor people during election campaigns

Electricity- Dololo

Medicines- Dololo

Education materials- Dololo

Infrastructure maintenance- Dololo

Water and Sanitation Management-Dololo

Stay Away 5th to 6th October 2023.
30/09/2023

Stay Away 5th to 6th October 2023.

The SADC Extra Ordinary meeting is utilized to deal with urgent matters. We call upon SADC to resolve the Zimbabwe dispu...
10/09/2023

The SADC Extra Ordinary meeting is utilized to deal with urgent matters. We call upon SADC to resolve the Zimbabwe disputed Elections once and for all. The Zimbabwe 23rd and 24th harmonised elections fell short of the required standard for a free, fair and credible elections. We want new fresh elections. Restarting the whole process from reforms, delimitation, proclamation, nomination court up to voting supervised by the region and international community.
A NEW FRESH ELECTIONS WILL SOLVE THE ZIMBABWE CRISES.
The people of Zimbabwe are peace loving nation, let them choose their leadership freely let every citizen exercise their constitutional right. We have over 2.4million people did not vote because of the irregularities and injustices. The well-funded (independent) organization

used the primitive way of running elections and the results went over 103%. We are told Mr Mnangagwa won by 52.3%. This is Pathetic.

Some will say we are a Sovereignty State, no one tells us what to do. Yes, but we cannot violate the constitution, human rights, incarcerate opposition members and leaders,

, and many other political prisoners and kill anyone who opposes you. Then you call yourself a Sovereignty state. NO NO NO.

Sovereignty States have an obligation to respect and protect human rights of all persons on their territory or under their jurisdiction, without discrimination.

The SADC Extra Ordinary meeting is utilized to deal with urgent matters. We call upon SADC to resolve the Zimbabwe disputed Elections once and for all. The Zimbabwe 23rd and 24th harmonised elections fell short of the required standard for a free, fair and credible elections. We…

The SADC FINAL REPORT is now out. Nothing has changed from the preliminary report.ZIMBABWE ELECTIONS NULL and VOID.A NEW...
10/09/2023

The SADC FINAL REPORT is now out. Nothing has changed from the preliminary report.
ZIMBABWE ELECTIONS NULL and VOID.
A NEW FRESH ELECTIONS is the way forward for a NEW ZIMBABWE. Supervised by SADC, AU, UN and the International.
ZANU PF; should swallow their pride and conform to the report.
1. SADC has guide lines and principles which each member states should adhere too; these rules and regulations should be followed
2. For some reason if ZANU PF fails to comply, REAL SANCTIONS will come from the region.
What this means is that the government being formed by ZANU-PF is not recognized by the region and international.

The SADC FINAL REPORT is now out. Nothing has changed from the preliminary report. ZIMBABWE ELECTIONS NULL and VOID. A NEW FRESH ELECTIONS is the way forward for a NEW ZIMBABWE. Supervised by SADC, AU, UN and the International. ZANU PF; should swallow their pride and conform to…

31/08/2023

NEW FRESH ELECTIONS ZIMBABWE 2023
Elections should reflect the will of the people. On 23rdAugust 2023 we witnessed the greatest election fraud in the history of Zimbabwe. The whole process farce and shambolic from Delimitation, nomination court and on voting day. The elections were marred with voter suppression, intimidation, election manipulation. No voters roll, disenfranchise voters, delaying distribution of ballot papers leading to night voting. Most voters did not come. The system turned away potential voters. An illegitimate process produces an illegitimate result.
WAY FORWARD.
We demand New fresh elections, supervised by the region SADC, AU and the international community. Some will say lets have GNU and my answer is a big NO. Lets have NEW FRESH ELECTIONS.
Anenge adyiwa ngaabude end ngaabvume. Zvido Zvevanhu Kunyanya kwete Zvido Zvevashoma.

Zvido Zvevanhu Peoples Party was affected by the injustices and irregularities within the system. A new fresh start Elections, with the level playing field being equal is the best solution and the way forward for the people of Zimbabwe to choose their leaders peacefully and freely once and for all. Let’s correct the Legitimate problem once and for all. Lets stamp down corruption, strengthen our democracy, our vote and the future of our children and generations to come. A Zimbabwe for all

We thank the SADC, AU, EU, CARTER Center, COMESA Observer Teams and al ,for their Job well done and their remarks. Truth...
29/08/2023

We thank the SADC, AU, EU, CARTER Center, COMESA Observer Teams and al ,for their Job well done and their remarks. Truth to Power.
I agree with them 100% that these elections were not up to standard as expected in the region and international best practice. To be honest and fair , these were not elections. We cannot have citizens waiting long ours to cast their votes because ballot papers have not been delivered, Imagine up to 12hours, this is a joke. Election time was supposed to be from 0700hrs to 1900hrs. Some had to vote over night. Some arrived in the morning and were turned away because the voting was done overnight. Who on earth with a sober mind endorses such rubbish. Zimbabweans is this what we call an election. NO, NO,NO.
The whole election process was a farce and shambolic. Lets just say we had no elections in Zimbabwe simple. Elections should be inclusive, nomination fees should be reasonable and affordable to every citizen.
Zimbabwe elections 23rd August Elections 2023 Null and Void period. The way forward is to have these elections redone again under the supervision of the region. We now need a Team of Caretakers from all the Political parties to manage the country as we prepare for the next set of elections, maybe in 60, 90,180 days or 2 years maximum.

We thank the SADC, AU, EU, CARTER Center, COMESA Observer Teams and al ,for their Job well done and their remarks. Truth to Power. I agree with them 100% that these elections were not up to standard as expected in the region and international best practice. To be honest and fair…

28/08/2023

The Sadc election observer mission head Nevers Mumba has firmly stood his ground, saying Zimbabwe's just-held elections were badly flawed as they did not meet principles governing democratic elections in the region.
Zimbabwean President-Elect Emmerson Mnangagwa and his Zanu PF officials are furious that Sadc has rejected the shambolic polls outcome widely described as a farcical sham; a charade.
The Sadc principles set out the responsibilities of member states holding elections. The states must do the following:
Take measures to ensure the “scrupulous implementation” of these democratic election principles;
*Establish impartial, all-inclusive, competent and accountable national electoral bodies staffed by qualified personnel;
*Safeguard human and civil liberties of all citizens, including the freedom of movement, assembly, association, expression, campaigning and access to the media on the part of all stakeholders, during electoral processes;
*Provide adequate resources for carrying out democratic elections;
*Ensure that adequate security is provided to all parties participating in elections; and
*Ensure the transparency and integrity of the entire electoral process by facilitating the deployment of representatives of political parties and individual candidates at polling and counting stations and by accrediting national and other observers/monitors.
The principles provides Sadc member states shall adhere to their obligations in the conduct of democratic elections:
*Full participation of citizens in the political process;
*Freedom of association;
*Political tolerance;
*Regular intervals for elections as provided for by the respective national constitutions;
*Equal opportunity for all political parties to access the state media;
*Equal opportunity to exercise the right to vote and be voted for;
*Independence of the judiciary and impartiality of the electoral institution;
*Voter education;
*Acceptance and respect of the election results by political parties proclaimed to have been free and fair by the competent national electoral authorities in accordance with the law of the land; and
*The ability to challenge the election results as provided for in the law of the land.

28/08/2023

AUGUST 28, 2023
Election Results in Zimbabwe
Election Results in Zimbabwe
PRESS STATEMENT

MATTHEW MILLER, DEPARTMENT SPOKESPERSON

AUGUST 28, 2023

The United States is committed to the people of Zimbabwe and their right to choose their leaders in free and fair elections conducted in a transparent manner. We commend those who sought to exercise their right to vote peacefully.

Although the Zimbabwe Election Commission (ZEC) has announced results of the country’s recent presidential election, multiple observation missions have expressed deep concerns and stated that the country’s electoral process did not meet regional and international standards for credibility. For example, the Southern African Development Community (SADC) and other international electoral observation missions cited problems with transparency, independence, fairness, and credibility at all stages of the electoral process. The United States notes in particular the systemic bias against political opposition during the pre-election period and reports from respected civil society groups that ZEC officials pressured election observers to sign altered polling station result forms. We call on the ZEC to make the disaggregated polling station results publicly available to increase confidence in the result tabulation process.

We also strongly condemn the intimidation and disruption of lawful election observers throughout the electoral period. On August 23 the government arrested staff from respected civil society organizations engaged in lawful election observation in accordance with the Electoral Act. These arrests prevented efforts to independently verify ZEC’s announced results, a fundamental component of democratic processes in the region and around the world. Furthermore, threats directed against members of the SADC Electoral Observation Mission are dangerous, and we call upon the Government of Zimbabwe to cease these inflammatory and unacceptable attacks.

These actions belie President Mnangagwa’s repeated pledges to respect rule of law, transparency, and accountability. The United States is engaging regional leaders to share our concerns, including what this means for the international community’s nascent efforts to reengage the Zimbabwean government. There is much at stake for the people of Zimbabwe and the region. We urge all Zimbabweans to remain peaceful and pursue grievances through established legal channels.

The presidential election in Zimbabwe that kept the governing ZANU-PF party in power has exposed the country to increase...
28/08/2023

The presidential election in Zimbabwe that kept the governing ZANU-PF party in power has exposed the country to increased scrutiny and pressure from a surprising place: its neighbors in southern Africa.

https://www.nytimes.com/2023/08/27/world/africa/zimbabwe-elections-mnangagwa.html?smid=tw-nytimesworld&smtyp=curv

The main regional bloc in southern Africa and the African Union declined to rubber stamp the elections and cast doubt on a vote that led to President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s re-election.

28/08/2023

Zimbabwean opposition leader Nelson Chamisa has called for solidarity from regional partners against a vote he called a “gigantic fraud” that returned Emmerson Mnangagwa to power in Zimbabwe.

“Africa, do not leave us. Particularly our brothers and sisters in the region and the continent. We count on your solidarity as we seek to solve this political crisis,” Chamisa said at a press conference in Harare.

Mnangagwa secured a second term as president after he was declared winner of the 23 August general elections, with 52.6% to Chamisa’s 44%, amid criticism from regional observers who described the polls as falling short of standards.

The election came six years after long-term ruler Robert Mugabe was deposed in a military coup at a time of economic suffering and the resurgence of runaway inflation. It is the second time Mnangagwa and Chamisa have squared off in a presidential contest.

The South African Development Committee (SADC) election observer mission said in a report on Friday that the polls fell short of “the requirement of the constitution of Zimbabwe”.

The SADC observers said although the electoral environment was largely peaceful, the polls failed a credibility test. The EU observer mission said the election took place in a climate of “fear”.

Thousands of Zimbabweans waited on voting day for more than 12 hours in queues as the electoral commission failed to deliver ballot papers on time. Mnangagwa was forced to extend voting by another day.

Without disclosing his next course of action, Chamisa said his party had evidence that it won the presidential vote.

He accused the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) of failing to run the polls and announcing the wrong result.

“We stand here in the aftermath of a highly contested election,” he said. “The election process was shamelessly flawed, and violated the laws of our country. There was therefore a criminality and illegality in the voting process. The electoral body ZEC failed to perform its constitutional mandate by not announcing the correct result.”

The 45-year-old pastor and lawyer alleged widespread voter suppression, especially in the countryside. “The election process has not passed the test of legality,” he said, adding that a fresh vote must be called.

“As far as we are concerned a credible election must be honoured, a legitimate government, a legitimate president for everyone must be put in place,” Chamisa added.

A buoyant Mnangagwa has encouraged those aggrieved by the result to approach the courts. “Those who feel the race was not run properly should know where to go,” he said while addressing the media at the state house in Harare, on Sunday morning.

The 80-year-old’s Zanu-PF party also won the parliamentary elections with 136 seats, while the opposition CCC garnered 73 seats.

Zanu-PF however failed to secure a two-thirds majority to allow the party to institute constitutional amendments, which observers feared could be used to extend presidential term limits.

Mnangagwa has been criticised for failing to turn around the economy after five years in power.

Unemployment and poverty levels remain high in the country once regarded as the breadbasket of southern Africa. Despite claims of a bumper harvest, nearly 3.8 million people will go hungry this year.

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2023/aug/27/zimbabwean-opposition-leader-says-election-was-gigantic?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter

22/08/2023


A Bulawayo-based lawyers human rights organisation, Abammeli, and local attorney Nqobani Sithole have filed an urgent High Court application seeking an order for a compelling interdict against the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec) not to run tomorrow's presidential election unconstitutionally and illegally as they did in the 2013 and 2018 presidential polls.
Zec ran the 2013 and 2018 presidential elections unconstitutionally and illegally in violation of the mandatory provisions of the Electoral Act on the transmission and collation of the results of the polls using unlawful routes and destinations in the process.
Section 37C(4) provides for the peremptory process for the transmission and collation of the result for a presidential election.
The prescribed and mandatory transmission of the results for the presidential election to and between the five prescribed electoral centres starts from (a) polling station, to (b) ward collation centre, to (c)constituency collation centre, to (d) provincial command centre and finally to (e) national command centre.
Zec did not follow this legal route during the 2013 and 2018 presidential elections, hence the illegality.
Instead of following the legally prescribed route, Zec diverted the results from ward collation centres straight to the national command centre, an egregious and scandalous violation of the constitution and the law.
This illegal conduct by Zec compromised the integrity, fairness and credibility of the results by breaking the chain of command and custody in the electoral process regarding the verification and auditability of the elections outcome.
The applicants are Abammeli and Sithole.
The respondents are Zec, its chairperson Priscilla Chigumba and chief elections officer Utoile Silaigwana.
Abammeli and Sithole say they filed their urgent application at the eleventh hour because they only became aware of the Zec illegalities in the 2103 and 2018 presidential elections during this past weekend after reading a 2019 elections monograph, Excelgate: How Zimbabwe's 2018 Presidential Election was Stolen, by Professor Jonathan Moyo.
As a result, the applicants want an interdict and order mandamus against Zec, directing that:
"In respect of all future presidential elections, starting with the harmonised general election scheduled for 23 August 2023 (tomorrow), 1st respondent (Zec) shall transmit and collate the results for the presidential election by strictly following and adhering to the peremproty provisions of sections 37C(4), 64, 65, 65A, 65B and 110(3) of the Electoral Act.
"Any future presidential election in which 1st Respondent transmits and collates its results using different routes and destination that do not strictly comply with the peremptory provisions of sections 37C(4), 64, 65, 65A, 65B and 110(3) of the Electoral Act shall not be a valid election

12/08/2023

Demonstration and its advantages

As the election dates get closer and closer and the rule of law is being violated. The electoral law being amended. It is now imperative to the fact that the regime will armtwist the law for their advantage and the courts sanitise and legitimise the rot.
The only available option is to protest because there is a selective application of law, no reforms, which are crucial for free and fair elections. The judiciary and ZEC is captured and are refusing to collect our appeal letters . Uneven application of law.
Ok, let's look at the advantages of protesting.
1. Sometimes, we win . If there are enough protesters, the policies of those in power become unworkable.
2. Sometimes, we win in ways we had not intended or planned. Political events are unpredictable. 2017 coup everyone went into the streets to remove the late President R G.Mugabe, and the opposition supported it, hoping to form a transitional government, but Zanu PF turned around and said it was their thing.
3. By protesting, we alter the agenda and start a debate. The regime can try to ignore us, but if we have enough protesters, they have to come up with reasons why all protesters are wrong. That is when the debate begins and argument becomes possible.
4. People realise that they are not alone. It's another way which the ZANU PF maintains its power. If people think differently, they may feel isolated, marginalised, and powerless. Public demonstrations and marches empower people by showing them that there are thousands who think who think the same thing's.
Disadvantages of public demonstrations
1. The risk that Marches or protests will be of infiltrated and becomes more dangerous

11/08/2023

The unprecedented legal challenges being faced in our courts were caused by the ZEC and the judiciary. The incompetent part of has left the country in a quagmire position. Who suffers is us Zimbabweans. Well, we have lost respect all over the world. Our dignity has been eroded because we can not solve our own problems as a nation. If the rule of law was being applied without fear and favour by now, Zimbabwe would be a greater nation. 43 years under the leadership of ZANU PF, nothing has changed. it's just the repetition of the old dirty tricks each and every he elections. This 2023 election is already rigged and should be boycotted paving the way for a GNU otherwise its another suffering of Zimbabweans for the next five years. Wake up, citizens, and let's stop being used.
2023, it's a done deal by Zanu Pf. To stop further suffering, genuine opposition with the people at the centre will not continue under this environment and circumstances stated below;

1. Opposition members are being kill
2. Opposition members like Job Sikhala and Godfrey Ngaruvhume are languishing in prison and many others.
3. The monthlanta commission has not been finalised, and the victims have not been compensated.
4. The Reforms have not been implemented.
5. The delimitation report has not been corrected or revised.
6. The main voters roll is not yet available.
Having analysed all these issues, one can easily tell that we are going to have a disputed election and we have a rerun, and the judiciary declares the win, and it's obviously ZANU PF.
My message to all genuine opposition political parties, who have the people of Zimbabwe at heart and want the best of the nation. This is the time to say no to a sham election. This is the time to boycott the elections and speak with one voice. As long as we are divided, ZANU PF will rule forever. They mastered this game and no very well how to play the chess. We might be pulling as crowds at campaign rallies, but that does not mean that they will turn up and vote on the 23rd, and also, it does not mean they will vote for change. The best is to BOYCOTT We deserve better citizens.

l am a firm believer in social democracy, the rule of law, property rights, and equal opportunities for all, and l love ...
30/07/2023

l am a firm believer in social democracy, the rule of law, property rights, and equal opportunities for all, and l love to see my fellow citizens having a better life.
Our Supreme Constitution stipulates very clearly that every five years we have elections and the People of Zimbabwe choose their leader to represent in Councils, Parliament, and President to run the country but what we are witnessing today is a totally different thing altogether.
The Judiciary has taken the elections into its hands and is now controlling the elections. The Judiciary should present a fair judgment that allows competition. We expect the judiciary nonpartisan and not to sell democracy and hinder the people from choosing its leaders. Please the Judiciary and ZEC DO THE RIGHT THING. Facilitate competition in these elections and allow Zimbabweans to choose themselves through the ballot box. We want all candidates to be allowed to contest, a people-led election. We cannot have one person destroying our lives.
Zimbabwe is now in a constitutional crisis, and we cannot let the regime use the judiciary to impose leaders on us. We say NO, NO. NO, NO to autocratic leadership, and has no room in this era and age. I say unto you the Judiciary do the right thing uphold the Supreme constitution of the land and allow the Zimbabwean People to choose freely without fear of being victimized and intimidated. We cannot let the regime choose whom to be on the ballot box and whom not to be.
Our Constitutional rights are constantly being violated by the current regime. As citizens, we need to say enough is enough and put a STOP. We have no room for authoritarian leaders in Zimbabwe. let’s embrace fighting authoritarian leadership it is not good for the country, it creates corruption, no accountability and destroys communities’ livelihoods and generations to come. Those who have been accepted on the nomination court are those who are part of the POLAD and are being controlled by the sitting President . Why then do you call for elections when you want to be a one-man-led election? Allow all the Political Players to participate. That’s what we want as citizens and that is what we call democracy

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