Convicted Cop Killers Demand Right to Vote in Zimbabwe

A high court judge has reserved judgment after presiding over the hearing and determination of an application filed by two jailed opposition activists - seeking an order compelling authorities to allow them to vote. Tungamirai Madzokere and Last Maengahama are serving a 20-year prison term each for killing a police officer.

  • Zimbabwe:   Prisoners Demand Right to Vote

    CAJ News, 12 July 2018

    The High Court in Zimbabwe is presiding over a matter brought by some prisoners demanding to vote in the general elections scheduled for the end of this month. Read more »

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Voters queue in 2008 elections (file photo).

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