Bribing the voter is manipulative

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Previous elections held in 2008 and 2013 have been marred by cases of political violence that include intimidation, rape and torture of both voters and candidates alike. It is this past experience of elections that accounts for the youths and especially young women not taking... Read More >>

Voting with resolve and conviction

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The sudden interest politics by young people, and specifically young women, is both exciting and electrifying. Young people below the age of 40 make up 60% of registered voters in Zimbabwe, a significant change from previous elections when especially young urbanites never bothered to register.... Read More >>

Done hoping for change

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While current statistics indicate youth and women make up the majority of Zimbabwe’s registered 5.3 million voters, there is a good number that feel that their participation in politics and governance will not change much. In February, the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission announced that 54,5 percent... Read More >>

We are the change we want

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We should not compromise when it comes to our position(s) as women in governance and electoral issues. We have the power to transform, unite and rebuild this nation only if we start focusing on key issues affecting this land.Our struggle is clearly demonstrated by our... Read More >>