In past elections, a lot of cases of violence were widely reported during Zim elections but some would also go unnoticed. Thanks to fate and a bit of investigative journalism, I happened to come face to face with a few incidents right in my constituency and a neighbouring one.
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On 18 November 2017, in Harare, Zimbabweans of different backgrounds, marched in peaceful protests to call on the 93-year-old leader, Robert Mugabe, to step down. The march was characterized by an exchange of selfies, fist bumps, and handshakes from civilians to the army whose tankers had been parked around …
With 10 days to the 2018 Zimbabwean elections, I set to talk to young people about the significance of these elections to them. For a lot of young people, Robert Mugabe is the only leader they have ever know as he has been in power since independence in 1980. At 94, Robert Mugabe was removed in a military action in November 2017 and his longtime ally Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa took over becoming the third Zimbabwean president. The credibility of the elections has been questioned by some Zimbabwe citizens and the international community.