Poll ruling tomorrow

HARARE - The Constitutional Court (Con-Court) will deliver its judgment tomorrow in an application in which MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa is challenging President-elect Emmerson Mnangagwa’s win in the July 30 elections.

Comments (12)

...when the entire nation's hope is on thabani Mpofu's shoulders...!

SaManyika Chaiye - 23 August 2018

We need evidence that it is a goat although everyone can see it is a goat

STAN - 23 August 2018

Im so so heart broken by Malaba who was representing zanu pf. These people dont know how the other half live. I doubt If they know how much a loaf of bread coz. They are the kind who leave $20 tip for a $5 bill. Mnangagwa always talk about God yet does have any feeling. He is a killer

Makhosi - 23 August 2018

I Malaba is correct. His questions makes work easier for the court. Courts of law are about producing tangible evidence, evidence only which is not tangible is not evidence enough before a court of law. That's why some guilty people are at time found innocent

Mhanduwe - 23 August 2018

Reliable word on the street has it that both SADC & the AU are leaning on a ruling in favour of ED purely on the basis that they are not keen on a precedent being set & incumbent heads of states feel threatened as African elections are never really about choosing a leader. It's about rubber stamping a process!

Lloyd - 23 August 2018

Eloquency in presentations is not evidence. What came out in yesterday's hearing is that the Applicant did not have evidence to back their claims of rigging and exposed themselves before the whole world which was watching the proceedings. It will give legitimacy to ED. Lets accept and respect the outcome of the con-court

ben - 23 August 2018

Skeptics say but it happened in Kenya but always remember with African politics......Once is happenstance. Twice is coincidence. Thrice is *enemy action*!

Lloyd - 23 August 2018

"We must learn to LIVE TOGETHER AS BROTHERS or WE PERISH AS FOOLS", Martin Luther King Jr.

Daniel 5 - 23 August 2018

For those keen on establishing an informed opinion on the likely outcome of Mr Chamisa's Election Petition, please read Miriam Azu's article in the African Human Rights Law Journal Vol 15 of 2015, titled: Lessons from Ghana and Kenya on why presidential petitions usually fail.

Mhofu Chaiyo - 23 August 2018

well done Daniel we should always seek to love one another not to be too fanatic. politics does not feed you. Biti ran for his life to Zambia its because he does'nt want war or enemity so all Zimbos i pray that we accept whatever the come is and we pray for a better future there is always next time. none of these leaders will remember you after swearing in ceremony.

danger muhondo - 23 August 2018

ZEC showed you results and you say are wrong you believe then now you bring you own goat and you want everyone to believe it without evidence ? Isnt it pathetic for a professional person to seek sympathy in court for failing to submit complete application. Kanengoni just exposes their reliance on social media and heresy.

AG - 23 August 2018

God bless Zimbabwe

Thomas Z Mutare - 23 August 2018

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