More Evidence on Zimbabwe Poll 'Fraud'

The Movement for Democratic Change claims to have come up with a new "dossier" of evidence detailing how the July 31 election was allegedly stolen.

MDC-T supporters

  • Zimbabwe:  We've No Vote-Rigging Proof - Khupe

    The Herald, 15 October 2013

    MDC-T is struggling to obtain substantive evidence that Zanu-PF "stole" the 31 July elections and has urged its supporters to forget about the heavy defeat and brace for 2018 ... read more »

  • Zimbabwe:  ZEC Blocking Bid to Prove Poll Rigged - MDC-T

    New Zimbabwe, 14 October 2013

    MDC-T deputy president, Thokozani Khupe, has accused the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) of frustrating efforts by her party to prove the July 31 elections were rigged on a ... read more »

  • Zimbabwe:  No Evidence of Vote Rigging - MDC-T Advisor

    The Herald, 9 October 2013

    THERE is no evidence that Zanu-PF rigged its way to a resounding victory in the harmonised elections as evidence points to five years of hard campaigning and mobilisation of new ... read more »

  • Zimbabwe:  Still No Proof Mugabe Rigged Elections

    The Herald, 9 October 2013

    ZANU-PF'S landslide election victory was probably at least partly the result of five years hard campaigning for new voters, as there is still no proof of rigging, according to a ... read more »

  • Zimbabwe:  No Proof Elections Were Rigged - Report

    African Arguments, 7 October 2013

    Zanu PF's landslide election 'victory' was probably at least partly the result of five years hard campaigning for new voters, as there is still no proof of rigging, according to a ... read more »

  • Zimbabwe:  Zimbabwe - What If There Had Been No Rigging?

    Fahamu, 3 October 2013

    It remains to be seen whether MDC would have won the 2013 elections if no rigging had taken place. What would you have voted if you had been that communal dweller who had received ... read more »

  • Zimbabwe:  African Observers Question Credibility of Polls, 6 August 2013

    The dispute over the fairness of Zimbabwe's election last week appears headed for the next summit of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) after Botswana called the ... read more »

  • East Africa:  Regional Body Raises Issues Over Zimbabwe Vote

    Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa, 3 August 2013

    In response to an invitation from the Government of Zimbabwe, the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) deployed an Observer Mission to the 31 July 2013 harmonised ... read more »

  • Southern Africa:  Botswana Rejects SADC Endorsement of Zim Poll and Calls for Audit

    SW Radio Africa, 6 August 2013

    Botswana has broken ranks with the regional SADC leadership bloc's endorsement of Zimbabwe's elections, saying it has doubts about the credibility of the poll. read more »


  • Zimbabwe:  African Union Notes Poll Problems

    African Union, 2 August 2013

    African Union Election Observation Mission to the Harmonised Elections of 31 July 2013 in the Republic of Zimbabwe read more »

  • Zimbabwe:  Southern Africa Pronounces on Election

    Southern African Development Community, 2 August 2013

    A preliminary statement by Hon. Bernard Kamillius Membe, Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation of the United Republic of Tanzania and head of the SADC Election ... read more »

  • Botswana:  Botswana Calls for an Independent Audit into Zimbabwe Elections

    Government of Botswana, 5 August 2013

    In its previous statement of the 1st August 2013 on the 2013 harmonised elections held in the Republic of Zimbabwe, the Government of Botswana stated that it was continuing to ... read more »

  • Zimbabwe:  Opposition Aims to Show AU Poll Was Rigged

    Deutsche Welle, 5 August 2013

    International unease has mounted over the re-election of Africa's oldest leader, Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe, in polls denounced by the country's opposition as "stolen." read more »

  • Southern Africa:  Botswana Urges SADC to Investigate Zimbabwe Election

    Voice of America, 5 August 2013

    Botswana has called on the Southern African Development Community (SADC) to investigate Zimbabwe's general election after opposition groups rejected the outcome of the vote. read more »

  • Zimbabwe:  Condemnation of Mugabe 'Victory' Grows

    SW Radio Africa, 5 August 2013

    There is growing condemnation of the outcome of last week's highly disputed election, which saw Robert Mugabe being re-elected as Zimbabwe's President. read more »

  • Zimbabwe:  Zuma Endorses Poll Outcome

    The Herald, 5 August 2013

    SADC facilitator Cde Jacob Zuma, Kenyan President Mr Uhuru Kenyatta and the Chinese government have congratulated President Mugabe and Zanu-PF on their landslide victory in the ... read more »

  • Tanzania:  Kikwete Congratulates Mugabe After Zimbabwe Poll Victory

    Tanzania Daily News, 5 August 2013

    PRESIDENT Jakaya Kikwete on Sunday sent a message of congratulations to Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe for his re-election to lead the southern African country for another ... read more »

  • Southern Africa:  Accept Defeat, SADC Advises MDC-T Leader

    The Herald, 3 August 2013

    THE Sadc Election Observer Mission has urged MDC-T leader Mr Morgan Tsvangirai to accept defeat in the harmonised elections, with his allies echoing similar sentiments. Sadc ... read more »

  • Southern Africa:  Regional Lawyers Give Qualified Approval of Polls

    The Herald, 3 August 2013

    The Sadc Lawyers Association yesterday gave a qualified endorsement to the July 31 harmonised elections, describing the poll as peaceful and realistic expression of the will of the ... read more »

  • South Africa:  Zuma Under Attack Over Zimbabwe Election

    Democratic Alliance, 7 August 2013

    The DA calls on President Jacob Zuma to request an urgent meeting of the Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) and to back Botswana's proposal for an independent audit of ... read more »

  • South Africa:  Zim Elections - Dirco Deputy Minister Contradicts Zuma's Position

    Democratic Alliance, 5 August 2013

    The Deputy Minister of the Department of International Relations and Cooperation, Ebrahim Ebrahim has contradicted President Jacob Zuma's position on the Zimbabwean elections. read more »