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2018 Election Media Blitz

Sealing of postal ballot boxes

Luveve Constituency

Ballot boxes and stationery for Imbizo A Primary School in Luveve Constituency arrived at 1110hrs. At 1145hrs, the polling agents and ZRP officers left to collect ballot papers. At 1202hrs, the station had been set up.

Nkulumane Constituency

At 1427hrs, Mandwandwe had not yet received any stationery.

Nketa Constituency

Ballot boxes and material arrived around 1830hrs at Mgiqika A and B. By 1015hrs, the station had been set up. At 1550hrs, the sealing wax had still not arrived.


Material arrived at 1459hrs at Little Angels Pre School.

Emakhandeni Constituency

Material arrived at Emakhandeni Woza Woza tent at 1450hrs.

Bulawayo South Constituency

Material arrived at 1508hrs at Masuku A Primary. However, they had not received ballot papers, ink and voters’ roll.

Makokoba Constituency

Material arrived at Efusini A and B, and Makokoba Pre School at 1529hrs. However, the voters’ roll was still outstanding.

Gwanda Central Constituency

At Senondo Primary School, all material arrived in the morning. The ballot boxes were sealed before 1300hrs.

Bulawayo Central Constituency

At 1559hrs, they were still counting postal votes and were awaiting material.

Out of the nine polling stations, only one has sealed the ballot boxes. With stationery still on its way, the sealing of most boxes is likely to occur tomorrow or overnight.


Reminder to vote on Monday

The WILD team successfully conducted a Road Show in Umzingwane Constituency encouraging registered voters to go out in their numbers to vote. The Show was held at Mawabeni Business Centre and Clement Magwaza as the performing artist.

Final Rallies before the polls

MDC T hosted their final rally at Amphitheatre, in Bulawayo which was addressed by the party’s President Dr Thokozani Khuphe while MDC Alliance held their final rally at Freedom Square, Harare which was addressed by President Nelson Chamisa.

There was equal excitement at both rallies as both of the MDC factions seem to be optimistic as campaigns conclude and the nation approaches the polls.

“I think I can make a difference, I have been in politics and have led a lot of activism towards the betterment of Zimbabwe. I am confident that I can make a change”: said MDC T President Khuphe

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