Zimbabwe's 'Aliens' Allowed to Vote in Landmark Ruling

The High Court has passed a ruling granting an order allowing Zimbabweans classified as "aliens" to get registered as prospective voters by the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission ahead of next year's elections.



Photo: The Herald

Biometric Voter Registration (file photo).

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    The Herald, 30 November 2017

    All people born in Zimbabwe and are holders of identification cards endorsed "Alien" have a right to be registered to vote in general elections, provided they have proof that one… Read more »

  • Zimbabwe:  High Court Orders ZEC to Register 'Aliens'

    263Chat, 30 November 2017

    The High court on Wednesday 29 November 2017 granted an order allowing the so-called aliens to register as prospective voters in the 2018 general elections provided that they bring… Read more »

  • Zimbabwe:  High Court Says 'Aliens' Can Register to Vote

    New Zimbabwe, 30 November 2017

    Zimbabweans of foreign origin, referred to as aliens by registrar general Tobaiwa Mudede, will now be able to vote in next year's elections after the High court granted an order… Read more »