Archive | April, 2008

U.N. Council Pressed To Send Mission To Zimbabwe

The U.N. Security Council took up Zimbabwe’s election standoff for the first time on Tuesday, and Western powers pressed for a U.N. mission or envoy to visit the crisis-stricken southern […]

Opposition Retains House Of Assembly

Four weeks to the day after Zimbabwe queued to vote in the 29 March 2008 elections, the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission have finally confirmed their original results, and that was that […]

US: Put Pressure On Zim For Poll Results

A top United States official urged African leaders on Sunday to put pressure on Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe to release the results of the presidential election, insisting the opposition had […]

US: MDC Should Lead Any Zim Unity Govt

The United States’ top diplomat for Africa said on Sunday any national unity government in Zimbabwe should be headed by opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai, who Washington believes won a March […]

Release Poll Results By Saturday, SADC Warns ZEC

The Southern African Development Community has warned Zimbabwe that it will accept no more excuses from the Zimbabwean Electoral Commission (ZEC) if it fails to release the results of the […]


Vote-recount Strategy Misfires

ZANU PF’s strategy to fight back by ordering vote recounts in a bid to reverse its recent electoral defeat and buy more time for President Robert Mugabe is in disarray. […]


Sadc Pushes For GNU In Zim

SADC is understood to be pushing for a government of national unity as a solution to Zimbabwe’s political crisis, arguing that the anticipated presidential election run-off will not end the […]

Hungwe Scoops Award

THE Zimbabwe Independent and Standard photojournalist Boldwill Hungwe has won the 2008 edition of the World Press Photo competition. (more…)

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