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Zimbabwe Voter Registration Information (2013)

Voter Registration for the 2013 polls has ended.

The table below, based on information supplied by the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission, provides a quick and simple way for you to find out where you can register to vote or inspect the voters' roll. Use the filtering system to focus on registration centres in your province, and in your ward. Please use the information on the sidebar to make sure you have the right documents you need when you go to register or to check the voters roll.

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Province District Ward Registration Centre Dates
Bulawayo Bulawayo 2 Airport Primary School 19/06/13-22/06/13
Bulawayo Bulawayo 15 Beit Hall Community Hall 05/07/13-09/07/13
Bulawayo Bulawayo 3 Centenary Primary School 28/06/13-01/07/13
Bulawayo Bulawayo 11 Emakhandeni Secondary School 18/06/13-21/06/13
Bulawayo Bulawayo 10 Entumbane Community Hall 14/06/13-17/06/13
Bulawayo Bulawayo 6 Founders High School 22/06/13-25/06/13
Bulawayo Bulawayo 16 Fusi Primary School 10/06/13-13/06/13
Bulawayo Bulawayo 6 Greenfield Primary School 18/06/13-21/06/13
Bulawayo Bulawayo 5 Henry Low Primary School 14/06/13-17/06/13
Bulawayo Bulawayo 13 Iminyela Community Hall 26/06/13-30/06/13
Bulawayo Bulawayo 14 Inkanyezi Primary School 01/07/13-04/07/13
Bulawayo Bulawayo 3 Khumalo Primary School 23/06/13-27/06/13
Bulawayo Bulawayo 12 Lobengula Secondary School 22/06/13-25/06/13
Bulawayo Bulawayo 4 Lochview Primary School 02/07/13-05/07/13
Bulawayo Bulawayo 8 Losikeyi Primary School 05/07/13-09/07/13
Bulawayo Bulawayo 7 Lotshe Primary School 26/06/13-29/06/13
Bulawayo Bulawayo 18 Magwegwe Community Hall 24/06/13-27/06/13
Bulawayo Bulawayo 25 Manondwane Primary School 18/06/13-21/06/13
Bulawayo Bulawayo 28 Mathlathini Primary School 01/07/13-05/07/13
Bulawayo Bulawayo 29 Mazwi Primary School 06/07/13-09/07/13
Bulawayo Bulawayo 8 Mc Donald Community Hall 30/06/13-04/07/13
Bulawayo Bulawayo 20 Mgoqo Primary School 28/06/13-01/07/13
Bulawayo Bulawayo 1 Milton Junior Primary School 10/06/13-14/06/13
Bulawayo Bulawayo 5 Moray Primary School 10/06/13-13/06/13
Bulawayo Bulawayo 9 Mpopoma Communnity Hall 10/06/13-13/06/13
Bulawayo Bulawayo 24 Nketa Community Hall 14/06/13-17/06/13
Bulawayo Bulawayo 22 Nkulumane Community Hall 06/07/13-09/07/13
Bulawayo Bulawayo 19 Pumula Community Hall 20/06/13-23/06/13
Bulawayo Bulawayo 27 Pumula South Community Hall 27/06/13-30/06/13
Bulawayo Bulawayo 23 Queen Elizabeth 11 Primary School 10/06/13-13/06/13
Bulawayo Bulawayo 17 Robert Sinyoka Primary School 16/06/13-19/06/13
Bulawayo Bulawayo 26 Senzangakhona Primary School 22/06/13-26/06/13
Bulawayo Bulawayo 21 Sizinda Communitty Hall 02/07/13-05/07/13
Bulawayo Bulawayo 17 St Peters Primary School 14/06/13-15/06/13
Bulawayo Bulawayo 4 Tennyson Primary School 06/07/13-09/07/13
Bulawayo Bulawayo 2 Trenance Primary School 15/06/13-18/06/13
Harare Harare 5 Belvedere Primary School 05/07/13-07/07/13
Harare Harare 43 Budiriro 5 Primary School 03/07/13-05/07/13
Harare Harare 33 Budiriro Community Hall 06/07/13-09/07/13
Harare Harare 24 C. J. Hall 17/06/13-21/06/13
Harare Harare 25 C. J. Hall 17/06/13-21/06/13
Harare Harare 26 C. J. Hall 17/06/13-21/06/13
Harare Harare 6 Chinamano Primary School 03/07/13-05/07/13
Harare Harare 17 Chitungwiza Community Hall 22/06/13-25/06/13
Harare Harare 18 Chitungwiza Community Hall 22/06/13-25/06/13
Harare Harare 24 Chitungwiza Community Hall 22/06/13-25/06/13
Harare Harare 12 Chitungwiza Community Hall 22/06/13-25/06/13
Harare Harare 8 Courtney Selous Primary School 21/06/13-24/06/13
Harare Harare 9 Courtney Selous Primary School 21/06/13-24/06/13
Harare Harare 2 Cranborne Boys High School 10/06/13-11/06/13

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Registration and Inspection: Make sure YOU can vote

Your name must appear on the voters' roll before you will be allowed to vote. We urge you to register to vote if you have never done so before. If you believe you are registered, we urge you to check that your details are correct by inspecting the voters roll. This is to ensure you are not denied your right to vote on polling day.

Important: if you have moved residence since you last registered to vote, you must notify the register general and get your details updated.

Who can register?

Citizens of Zimbabwe who are 18 years old or older are allowed to register to vote

Where and when can I register?

The Zimbabwe Electoral Commission wishes to inform the public that the Mobile Voter Registration and Inspection exercise shall commence on the 10th of June 2013 and end on the 9th of July 2013. The Registration and Inspection centres will open at 0700hrs to 1900hrs during working days and 0700hrs to 1700hrs during weekends.

Use the information on the left to find where you can register and at what times. Or download the spreadsheet supplied by ZEC by clicking on this link.

What do I need to register to vote?

For registration

  1. National Identity Card (metal, plastic or waiting pass with holder’s picture) or valid Zimbabwean passport and
  2. Proof of residence 

Information to help with proof of residence:

You can write an affidavit (legal document) confirming where you reside. The affidavit must be sworn before a commissioner of oath; one can be found at your local Registrar General’s Office or mobile registration unit. Note: you can also write an affidavit before an authorized police officer or religious leader or a lawyer.

Other types of proof of residence that can be used are:

Urban Dwellers

  • A certificate of occupation/title deeds or
  • Lodgers permit/card or
  • Rates/water statement in applicant's name, or
  • Electricity statement in applicant's name, or
  • Credit store statement showing the physical address of the applicant, in the respective area.
  • Written statement from landlord, parent or friend confirming the applicant's address accompanied by a house card, electricity bill, rates bill or any similar document in the name of the landlord, parent or friend staying with applicant.
  • Sworn statement by employer or applicant confirming applicant's address.
  • Hospital bill or envelopes with post markings reflecting applicant's address and any other information or document sufficient to ascertain the applicant's residence.

Rural/Farm Dwellers

  • Any of the above or;
  • Confirmation by the Village Head or
  • Resettlement Officer or
  • Farm Owner
What do I need to inspect the voters' roll?

To inspect the voters' roll you need to visit your local Registrar General's office, or one of the mobile units. Find one using the information supplied on the left

  • Take with you your National Identity Card (metal, plastic or waiting pass with holder’s picture) or a valid Zimbabwean passport
What if I have moved since I last registered?

If you have moved your residence to a different ward, district, city/villlage, or Province you must notify the Registar General's Office before you can vote in the upcoming harmonized elections. You will need to visit in person your local Registar General's Office or a mobile registration unit operating in your area. 

You must bring: 
  • A National ID (metal, plastic or waiting pass with holder’s picture), or a valid Zimbabwean passport and
  • Proof of residence (For those who cannot produce proof of residence, an affidavit is available at your local Registar General's Office or mobile registration unit operating in your area.)