Nomination Court: 23 Presidential Candidates Successfully Registered With ZEC

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The Nomination Court for Presidential Candidates sat at the High Court on Thursday and 23 candidates were duly nominated to contest for the presidency in the July 30 elections.  Although this is the highest number of candidates to ever participate in a Zimbabwe presidential election, it is still way below the number of political parties which are reported to be over 100.  Here is the list of candidates who successfully filed their papers.

In alphabetical order (by surname)

  1. Joseph Makamba Busha –  Free Zimbabwe Congress (FreeZim)
  2. Nelson Chamisa – MDC Alliance
  3. Timothy Chiguvare Johannes- People’s Progressive Party of Zimbabwe(PPPZ)
  4. Evaristo Chikanga – Rebuilding Zimbabwe Party
  5. Melbah Dzapasi – #1980 Freedom  Movement Zimbabwe
  6. Peter Mapfumo Gava  – United Democratic Front
  7. Kwanele Hlabangana – Republicans Party  of Zimbabwe
  8. Divine Mhambi Hove – Nationalistic Alliance of Patriotic & Democratic Zimbabweans
  9. Blessing Kasiyamhuru – Zimbabwe Partnership for Prosperity
  10. Thokozani Khupe – MDC-T
  11. Lovemore Madhuku – National Constitutional Assembly
  12. Elton Steers Mangoma – Coalition of Democratisation
  13. Noah Manyika – Build Zimbabwe Alliance
  14. Violet Mariyacha – United Democracy Movement.
  15. Emmerson Mnangagwa – Zanu PF
  16. Nkosana Moyo –  ‎Alliance for People’s Agenda
  17. Brian Taurai Mteki (Sekuru Tau) – Independent
  18. Tawonezvi William Mugadza – Bethel Christian Party
  19. Joice Teurai Ropa Mujuru – People’s Rainbow Coalition
  20. Peter Tendai Munyanduri –  New Patriotic Front
  21. Ambrose Mutinhiri – National Patriotic Front
  22. Daniel Shumba – United Democratic Alliance
  23. Peter Harry Wilson – Democratic Opposition Party

 

 

Daniel Chingoma, who became famous after attempting to make a helicopter was told to go back twice because his things were not in order. In the first instance, he was asked to resubmit new passport size photos because in his old ones he was wearing a cap.  However, when he returned the officials informed him that some of the people who had nominated him are not on the Voters’ Roll. So he was asked to get different people to nominate him. According to the regulations, a candidate needs to be nominated by not fewer than 10 voters who are on the voters roll from each of the 10 Provinces, meaning one needs 100 votes.

 

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7 comments

  1. Command Center Reply

    I hope thats the same order they will appear on the Ballot Paper, and also the results (lol)

  2. Jimalo Jonki Reply

    If wishes were horses Tichaona anogadzwa naJehova “Madzimambo ndini ndinomagadza nokuabvisa ” the book of Daniel Muchaona kuita kwaMwari vehama vharai maziso

  3. Hasha Reply

    Cha colour. Kunokamwa imbwa. Gore rino. Some will be exposed. Gore rino. Makumu kasva. Icho……..,,.icho…….icho

  4. Hasha Reply

    Some planted parties have chickened out. Only few have remained. Even those which are clearly family outfits have braved to part with $1000 to enter the presidential race. Its a year of plenty. Did you count how many MDCs and ZANUPFs are in the race? Meso awa anovonerera gwendo runo. Icho….icho…..icho

  5. Hasha Reply

    Mama gadzirirai kuita 1st lady/ papa gadzirirai kuita 1st gentleman. Wish you the best. Icho……icho,…….icho

  6. addmore gudo Reply

    open avenues for all political contestants within the main groups to normalize & prevent the mushrooming

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