Zimbangagwa DynastyUpdated 15th September 2023: Further Press Statements
The Sourthern African Youth Solidarity Network

access their PDF Statement made on the 13th September 2023 Here

OR Tambo School of Leadership

access their PDF invitation for a lecture on 28th September 2023 regarding the Zimbabwe Election view or download here

THe Citizen's Daily Bulletin 14th September 2023

Read the CCC's view for an Extraordinary meeting of SADC regarding the {Illegal/Fraudulent} Elections view or Download here

Twitter or X Space Discussion by the Southern African Youth Solidarity Network and Living Together Institute

Read their flyer regarding the inbvitation for an X-Space Meeting 19:00 CAT 15th September 2023. View their Flyer Here

Zimbabwe Police Arrest Warrant {fraudulent} for CCC Mp's

Read their fraudulent and fabricated nonsence here - to see how they are party to interfering with elected MP's for political ends 

The Carter Centre

https://www.cartercenter.org/news/pr/2023/zimbabwe-083123.html access their PDF here

"Overall, the Center concluded that the 2023 electoral process did not adequately respect Zimbabwe’s regional and international commitments for democratic and inclusive elections, which made it difficult for contestants to compete on an equal basis and prevented the genuine expression of the will of the Zimbabwean people."

"The Center also found that critical election information — including the final voter list and the list of polling stations — was not readily available to stakeholders."

"However, Zimbabwean authorities conducted a raid on election night and shut down the nonpartisan citizen observation efforts of two respected civil society groups, the Zimbabwe Electoral Support Network and the Election Resource Center. The Center continues to urge the government of Zimbabwe to drop all charges against the civil society leaders and respect their rights of political participation."

UK Minister for Development and Africa


"We share the view of the Election Observation Missions’ preliminary statements that the pre-election environment and election day fell short of regional and international standards. Issues included limited transparency from the electoral commission, the lack of level playing field, the passing of repressive legislation, long delays in the opening of some polling stations, and reports of intimidation of voters. The UK takes note of the announcement by the Chair of the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission of results on 26 August. However, we are concerned by a lack of transparency in the tallying of results, as well as the arrests of domestic observers."

Anadolu Ajansı - Turkey


The actual voting on Aug. 23-24 saw long delays that triggered opposition accusations of rigging, voter intimidation and suppression. Regional and international observers also issued damning reports, including missions from the African Union and Southern African Development Community and the EU.

The EU mission said the elections “fell short of many regional and international standards, including key principles of equality, universality, transparency and accountability.” When Chamisa addressed reporters last Sunday, he declared the elections a complete sham. “We have won this election. We are the leaders,” he asserted.

Crisis 24 Garda Risk Alert


Protests likely across Zimbabwe through mid-September after opposition leaders reject election results. Possible violence.

Further opposition-led and election-related protests are likely nationwide, particularly in Harare, through at least mid-September. The main opposition party, the Citizen's Coalition for Change (CCC), has rejected the general election results. On Aug. 29, the CCC and the Zimbabwe African People's Union (ZAPU) called for a re-run of the election due to alleged fraud. International observers from the Southern African Development Community (SADC), the African Union (AU), the US, and the EU have also claimed irregularities during the polling process.