ZANU PF badly exposes ZEC

HARARE - The rift between the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec) and the country’s opposition parties taking part in the forthcoming polls has widened in the wake of the short-message service (SMS) saga that erupted on Monday, the Daily News can report.

Comments (5)

saka kana zanu pf ya tumira vanhu ma sms it means kuti ZEC yega ndiyo ine detail iroro. ko ma banks, facebook, network service providers, credit companies, cambridge analytica and related companies. etc. why ZEC yega as if its theonly establishment that stores data. even google yacho chaiyo

ngwenya tindo - 11 July 2018

Some people will always be fools who cannot read between the lines. 38 years and you dont see the obvious. idiot

jairos munemi - 11 July 2018

We can comment. We will comment. But to achieve the Zimbabwe we want we have to counterbalance the ZEC engineered campaign in favour of ZANU pf... each one of us, especially Zimbabweans in the diaspora who cannnot actively in this election - directly, should seek to influence the election in a positive way by washing away the toxic intimidation and lies being spread to our relatives in the rural areas. I challenge you to call or send ten messages to family members and friends to encourage them to exercise their votes without fear or favour. The time for change is now. Iwe neni tine basa! Chamisa pfee

Diaspora Proxy Vote Strategy - 11 July 2018

Why is ZEC resisting if the owners of the game are stating what they want.Why do you want to insist on parliament resolving this issue when you know that Zanu controls it because it has the majority. Chigumba, remember God has the final authority.Usadiridza dzonde rerugare rwako nemisodzi yavanhu.

Chipiro - 12 July 2018

Why is ZEC resisting if the owners of the game are stating what they want.Why do you want to insist on parliament resolving this issue when you know that Zanu controls it because it has the majority. Chigumba, remember God has the final authority.Usadiridza dzinde rerugare rwako nemisodzi yevanhu.

Chipiro - 12 July 2018

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