Opposition leader Nelson Chamisa has rejected the Constitutional Court decision that affirmed the election of President Emmerson Mnangagwa and has now said he will take the matter to the African Commission for Human and People's Rights, according to New Zimbabwe.
A Future Finely Balanced Between Democracy and Militarisation
The Conversation Africa, 28 August 2018
Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa's inauguration as Zimbabwe's second president and commander-in-chief consummated power for the main beneficiary of the November 2017 coup that forced… Read more »
Chamisa Takes Poll Challenge to AU Rights Body
New Zimbabwe, 26 August 2018
MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa has escalated his bid to overturn his electoral defeat to the African Commission for Human and People's Rights (ACPR) after the Constitutional… Read more »
(Left) Nelson Chamisa and Emmerson Mnangagwa.
Mnangagwa Has His Work Cut Out
Zimbabwe Standard, 26 August 2018
President Emmerson Mnangagwa will be sworn in today to begin his five-year term after the courts declared him the winner of the recent controversial elections and he faces an… Read more »
Chamisa Rejects Mnangagwa Offer of Dialogue
MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa has rejected President Emmerson Mnangagwa's offer for dialogue after the acrimonious presidential election was concluded last Friday as the… Read more »
Spotlight On ED's New Cabinet
President Emmerson Mnangagwa will have to demonstrate that he does not tolerate corruption by appointing a Cabinet that does not feature people with soiled reputations, a senior… Read more »
Moyo's Guard Tries to Kill Himself
A police officer deployed to guard Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec) member Qhubani Moyo's house in Bulawayo is battling for life after shooting himself in an alleged suicide… Read more »
Zimbabwe Faces Uncertain Future After Court Confirms Mnangagwa's Victory
Zimbabwe faces an uncertain future after the country's constitutional court declared Emmerson Mnangagwa duly elected President, throwing out a petition by opposition leader Nelson… Read more »
U.S. Urges ED to Engage Opponents, Opposition to Respect Rule of Law
THE United States Friday urged President Emmerson Mnangagwa to engage his political opponents and other stakeholders in efforts to restore sanity in a country torn apart by bitter… Read more »
MDC Alliance Backs Chamisa After Setback
The MDC will meet on Wednesday to plot the way forward after its leader's election petition challenging President Emmerson Mnangagwa's election victory was thrown out by the… Read more »
The Constitutional Court has found "no clear, direct, sufficient and credible evidence that the irregularities that Chamisa alleges marred the election process materially ... Read more »
The Constitutional Court will on August 23 deliver its ruling in the case in which MDC-Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa is challenging Emmerson Mnangagwa's victory in the July 30 ... Read more »
Zimbabwean authorities have cast doubt on whether Nelson Chamisa's South Africa lawyers would appear in a Harare court to support the MDC Alliance leader's challenge to the July ... Read more »
Hysteria and anxiety has gripped Zimbabweans as nine Constitutional Court judges hear the petition lodged by opposition leader Nelson Chamisa in his bid to o Read more »
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