Zimbabwe decides 2013

HARARE - From tomorrow until election day, one of the best Zimbabwean intellectuals, Mutumwa Mawere will run a column, Zimbabwe Decides 2013, to critically analyse the environment and prospects on the crucial polls.

With the South Africa-based businessman endorsing Morgan Tsvangirai for president, he will argue why there is need for leadership change in Zimbabwe.

So don’t miss a copy of the Daily News.

Comments (4)

How can 9700 polling stations handle 6 million people in less than 10 hours. If it happens then this will be a record breaker just a few lines behind the other record of Mugabe standing for Presidency at 89 years and 4 months with a woman half his age and managing only 10 rallies and one religious meeting. Here is the maths for thought for ZEC; 9700 station for 6 million people = 619 votes per polling station for the day = 68 voters per hour for each polling station=1,1 voters per minute NON STOP and this is just an average. STOP THE MADNESS how can a judge stand with a straight face and say she is READY for elections. MAHUMBWE!

Tapiwa - 14 July 2013

Thank you Mr. Mawere. I do appreciate you astute to campaign for the PM. This is where democracy is marvellous - great or small only one X prevails. The same way Mr. Mawere feels about the PM the same way every body feels about their choice. The difference is that Mr. Mawere is able to use press. If some of our citizens were able to use press Mr. Mawere would converted to their shrude opinions

dungas - 14 July 2013

I will not speak.

Jorodhani Sithole - 14 July 2013

Tapiwa revise your calculations. Consider also the number of voting booths in a polling station. ZEC might not be doing everything right but lets tell it as it is. Facts alone!!!!!!!

madhaka - 15 July 2013

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