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  1. 54
    Tobaiwa Mudede

    Tobaiwa Mudede
    -91

    Total submissions: 12
    Total votes: 6109
  2. 70
    Rita Makarau

    Rita Makarau
    -69

    Total submissions: 12
    Total votes: 6103
  3. 46
    Joyce Kazembe

    Joyce Kazembe
    -91

    Total submissions: 7
    Total votes: 3881
  4. 8
    Augustine  Chihuri

    Augustine Chihuri
    -93

    Total submissions: 20
    Total votes: 4074
  5. 50
    Ignatius Chombo

    Ignatius Chombo
    -91

    Total submissions: 5
    Total votes: 944
  6. 3
    Robert Mugabe

    Robert Mugabe
    -89

    Total submissions: 18
    Total votes: 8264
  7. 61
    Webster Shamu

    Webster Shamu
    -88

    Total submissions: 3
    Total votes: 1407
  8. 6
    Patrick Chinamasa

    Patrick Chinamasa
    -92

    Total submissions: 6
    Total votes: 1837
  9. 56
    Emmerson  Mnangagwa

    Emmerson Mnangagwa
    -93

    Total submissions: 2
    Total votes: 560
  10. 5
    Obert Mpofu

    Obert Mpofu
    -94

    Total submissions: 9
    Total votes: 2177
  11. 2
    Morgan Tsvangirai

    Morgan Tsvangirai
    +79

    Total submissions: 8
    Total votes: 2639
  12. 30
    Welshman Ncube

    Welshman Ncube
    +56

    Total submissions: 5
    Total votes: 1722
  13. 43
    Edward Chindori-Chininga

    Edward Chindori-Chininga
    +97

    Total submissions: 2
    Total votes: 303
  14. 1
    Nelson Chamisa

    Nelson Chamisa
    -82

    Total submissions: 1
    Total votes: 233
  15. 69
    Giles Mutsekwa

    Giles Mutsekwa
    -78

    Total submissions: 1
    Total votes: 110
  16. 4
    Tendai Biti

    Tendai Biti
    +92

    Total submissions: 4
    Total votes: 1139
  17. 66
    Simbarashe Makoni

    Simbarashe Makoni
    +92

    Total submissions: 1
    Total votes: 641
  18. 68
    Reketai  Semwayo

    Reketai Semwayo
    +92

    Total submissions: 1
    Total votes: 641
  19. 67
    Dumiso Dabengwa

    Dumiso Dabengwa
    +92

    Total submissions: 1
    Total votes: 641
  20. 64
    Cain Mathema

    Cain Mathema
    -74

    Total submissions: 1
    Total votes: 249
  21. 7
    David Coltart

    David Coltart
    +94

    Total submissions: 2
    Total votes: 573
  22. 62
    Francis Nhema

    Francis Nhema
    -95

    Total submissions: 2
    Total votes: 418
  23. 48
    Jessie Majome

    Jessie Majome
    +93

    Total submissions: 2
    Total votes: 219
  24. 49
    Gideon Gono

    Gideon Gono
    +80

    Total submissions: 2
    Total votes: 188
  25. 55
    Obert Gutu

    Obert Gutu
    +89

    Total submissions: 1
    Total votes: 265
  26. 60
    Johannes Tomana

    Johannes Tomana
    -93

    Total submissions: 2
    Total votes: 382
  27. 57
    Angeline Masuku

    Angeline Masuku
    -97

    Total submissions: 1
    Total votes: 253
  28. 59
    Titus Maluleke

    Titus Maluleke
    -97

    Total submissions: 1
    Total votes: 253
  29. 58
    Andrew Langa

    Andrew Langa
    -97

    Total submissions: 1
    Total votes: 253
  30. 52
    Aquilina Katsande

    Aquilina Katsande
    -90

    Total submissions: 2
    Total votes: 520
  31. 38
    Theresa  Makoni

    Theresa Makoni
    +41

    Total submissions: 4
    Total votes: 51
  32. 53
    Sydney Sekeramayi

    Sydney Sekeramayi
    -100

    Total submissions: 1
    Total votes: 30
  33. 32
    Saviour  Kasukuwere

    Saviour Kasukuwere
    -92

    Total submissions: 5
    Total votes: 74
  34. 51
    Douglas Mwonzora

    Douglas Mwonzora
    +91

    Total submissions: 1
    Total votes: 23
  35. 37
    Kembo Mohadi

    Kembo Mohadi
    -20

    Total submissions: 3
    Total votes: 25
  36. 36
    Arthur Mutambara

    Arthur Mutambara
    -97

    Total submissions: 2
    Total votes: 155
  37. 47
    Simbarashe Mumbengegwi

    Simbarashe Mumbengegwi
    -100

    Total submissions: 1
    Total votes: 7
  38. 45
    Didymus Mutasa

    Didymus Mutasa
    -100

    Total submissions: 1
    Total votes: 9
  39. 42
    Happyton Bonyongwe

    Happyton Bonyongwe
    -100

    Total submissions: 1
    Total votes: 149
  40. 41
    Joram Gumbo

    Joram Gumbo
    -100

    Total submissions: 1
    Total votes: 5
  41. 44
    Joice Mujuru

    Joice Mujuru
    -4

    Total submissions: 1
    Total votes: 27
  42. 39
    Chris Mushowe

    Chris Mushowe
    -80

    Total submissions: 1
    Total votes: 10
  43. 34
    Muchadeyi Masunda

    Muchadeyi Masunda
    -83

    Total submissions: 1
    Total votes: 12
  44. 35
    Webber  Chinyadza

    Webber Chinyadza
    -100

    Total submissions: 1
    Total votes: 3
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Tobaiwa Mudede

Tobaiwa Mudede

Rita Makarau

Rita Makarau

Joyce Kazembe

Joyce Kazembe

3rd August 2013
Makauaru, Kazembe, Mudede. Why? Why have you done this to us. You will go down in history as the people who destroyed our county. You have betrayed all the people of Zimbabwe. You have abused your positions of power. You have broken us. Our future was in your hands, and you trashed it.

895 voted "I agree" | 63 voted "I disagree"

124
Tobaiwa Mudede

Tobaiwa Mudede

Rita Makarau

Rita Makarau

Joyce Kazembe

Joyce Kazembe

30th July 2013
The failure of Mudede, Makarau and Kazembe to comply with the constitution and ensure every candidate had an electronic, searchable copy of the voters' roll - in good time - is a complete and utter outrage. It is also fundamentally incompetent. I truly hope they all lose their jobs over this.

1046 voted "I agree" | 65 voted "I disagree"

123
Rita Makarau

Rita Makarau

Joyce Kazembe

Joyce Kazembe

Augustine  Chihuri

Augustine Chihuri

28th July 2013
Am I the only person who thinks the question of who told Komichi about the dumped ballots is considerably less serious than the fact that authentic votes were found dumped in a bin? Chihuri, Makarau and Kazembe need to get their priorities straight in terms of national interest.

904 voted "I agree with you" | 21 voted "I disagree"

122
Augustine  Chihuri

Augustine Chihuri

27th July 2013
Why, if someone takes down a Mugabe election poster do they get arrested by the police? But when teams of Zanu PF supporters go around ripping down swathes of MDC-T and MDC posters and replacing them with Mugabe's image, they don't get arrested? Chihuri again breaking the law by being partisan. He is a disgrace!

349 voted "I agree" | 8 voted "I disagree"

121
Tobaiwa Mudede

Tobaiwa Mudede

25th July 2013
I feel like I am watching the elections being stolen in slow motion. Mudede MUST hand over the voters roll to all parties now! It is an absolute outrage the games he is playing. I sincerely hope this is the last election we ever see him preside over.

905 voted "I totally agree" | 23 voted "I disagree"

120
Ignatius Chombo

Ignatius Chombo

24th July 2013
Chombo's directive to local authorities to write off all debt with immediate effect is vote-buying, pure and simple! I cannot trust the competency of a person who administers our basic needs - water, refuse, sewage etc - based on their personal political imperatives.

398 voted "I agree, neither can I" | 22 voted "I disagree"

119
Augustine  Chihuri

Augustine Chihuri

23rd July 2013
Banning political rallies, arresting people for putting up posters, denying organisations the right to exercise free speech: these are all violations of the new constitution. If Chihuri continues like this, then he is incapable of understanding the law, and cannot be in charge of the police.

337 voted "I agree" | 14 voted "I disagree"

118
Robert Mugabe

Robert Mugabe

22nd July 2013
I hope the SADC region, and especially Zuma's facilitation team, know that Robert Mugabe no longer reflects the majority opinion among Zimbabweans. Mugabe's personal attacks on Lindiwe Zulu are undignified and disrespectful for our nation. I do not endorse these views.

355 voted "I agree, neither do I" | 18 voted "I do endorse them"

117
Webster Shamu

Webster Shamu

20th July 2013
The new constitution states that state media should "be impartial". It is NOT impartial to instruct all state media employees to wear ZANU PF T-shirts and caps at political rallies when on duty. Webster Shamu is allowing the constitution to be violated.

521 voted "I agree" | 25 voted "I disagree"

116
Patrick Chinamasa

Patrick Chinamasa

Rita Makarau

Rita Makarau

Tobaiwa Mudede

Tobaiwa Mudede

18th July 2013
All three of these people - Mudede, Makarau and Chinamasa - seem to be stalling a simple request to have full view of who is listed to take part in the special vote. What have they got to hide? I feel really angry about the politics at play with our voters' roll.

434 voted "I feel angry too" | 9 voted "I think everything is fine"

115
Rita Makarau

Rita Makarau

Joyce Kazembe

Joyce Kazembe

16th July 2013
Rita Makarau and her ZEC team have to raise their game and do a lot better. The Special Vote appears to be another problematic event, following a voter registration process plagued with criticism. This is really not good at all.

601 voted "I agree" | 20 voted "I disagree"

114
Robert Mugabe

Robert Mugabe

14th July 2013
Mugabe's use of sexist, racist and homophobic language is not acceptable in a modern democracy.

749 voted "I agree" | 66 voted "I disagree"

113
Rita Makarau

Rita Makarau

13th July 2013
The new constitution allows prisoners the right to vote but Rita Makarau has said they will not in the next election because ZEC does not have mechanisms in place and admitted there is no time to do this. Regardless, the law is the law, and it is AGAIN being broken. This is not OK.

127 voted "I agree" | 14 voted "I disagree"

112
Rita Makarau

Rita Makarau

12th July 2013
Rita Makarau's response to fears raised about the potential of rigging from the 'special vote' is a bit weak. Saying that ZEC is "taking it in good faith" that the figures are correct does not go far enough to ensure democracy is protected.

249 voted "I agree" | 33 voted "I disagree"

111
Augustine  Chihuri

Augustine Chihuri

10th July 2013
How is it possible for 60 000 police officers to apply for special voting, if the police force has no more than 40 000 officers? What will happen to the extra 20 000 ballots? I do not trust Chihuri at all.

438 voted "I do not trust him either" | 8 voted "I disagree, I do trust him"

110
Robert Mugabe

Robert Mugabe

6th July 2013
Mugabe's threat to withdraw from SADC if it ‘decides to do stupid things’ in relation to the next election is outrageous. If the election is free and fair, then SADC will have no need to do anything.

1149 voted "I agree: outrageous" | 84 voted "I disagree"

109
Rita Makarau

Rita Makarau

Tobaiwa Mudede

Tobaiwa Mudede

5th July 2013
News that Bulawayo ran out of voter registration materials yesterday beggars belief. The voter registration process is descending into farce. Mudede and Makarau are accountable and need to do a better job. I am not impressed.

195 voted "I am not impressed either" | 4 voted "I disagree"

108
Emmerson  Mnangagwa

Emmerson Mnangagwa

4th July 2013
Zimbabweans have a right to know what an Israeli company - Nikuv - are tasked to do with our voters' roll. What are they doing? Who is paying them? Why are they operating out of the Ministry of Defence. The secrecy suggests Mnangagwa is up to no good. This is not acceptable.

428 voted "I agree" | 13 voted "I disagree"

107
Tobaiwa Mudede

Tobaiwa Mudede

2nd July 2013
I am appalled by Tobaiwa Mudede deliberately ignoring the new Constitutional Court's ruling on Mawere's citizenship status. It may be that this ruling does not suit Mudede's political objectives, but he is bound by the law like everyone else. The sooner Mudede is replaced the better!

472 voted "I agree" | 13 voted "I disagree"

106
Robert Mugabe

Robert Mugabe

Patrick Chinamasa

Patrick Chinamasa

Augustine  Chihuri

Augustine Chihuri

1st July 2013
It is a violation of the Police Act for serving members of the police force to be involved in politics. It is also unconstitutional. But the Zanu PF party is allowing this to happen. Mugabe, Chinamasa and Chihuri need to uphold the rule of law, not allow it to be broken.

449 voted "I agree" | 8 voted "I disagree"

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