SADC Monitors Arrive for Zimbabwe ReferendumThe Southern African Development Community has deployed at least 100 monitors to observe the country's constitutional referendum.
Hope in Harare.
Zimbabwe: Govt Says No to EU, U.S. Observers
The Herald, 5 March 2013
GOVERNMENT has invited observers for the constitutional referendum from Sadc, Comesa, the African Union and other friendly countries, but will not entertain those from the European… Read more »
SW Radio, 26 February 2013
Vice-President Joice Mujuru has indicated that no election observers from Western nations will be allowed to monitor Zimbabwe's next poll, despite the country turning to Western… Read more »
The Herald, 4 March 2013
European and United States of America observers will not be allowed to monitor electoral processes in Zimbabwe as long as illegal sanctions they imposed on the country are in… Read more »
The Herald, 9 September 2011
PRESIDENT Mugabe says Britain and European Union countries will not observe Zimbabwe's elections because they imposed illegal sanctions in clear testimony of their hatred of… Read more »
Zimbabwe Standard, 28 August 2010
PROFESSOR Arthur Mutambara has several times spoken against the need for fresh elections next year. Mutambara bases his argument on proposals that the economy needs to develop… Read more »
Southern Africa: Pressure Group Says SADC Lacks Credibility to Monitor Zim Elections
SW Radio, 30 August 2010
A UK based Zimbabwe pressure group, Communities Point (CP), has said the regional SADC bloc lacks the credibility to monitor elections in the country, which are due anytime after… Read more »