SB Moyo To Head SADC Electoral Observer Mission In Botswana

Zimbabwe will lead the SADC Electoral Observer Mission (SEOM) for the elections to be conducted in Botswana on October 23.

In his capacity as chairman of the SADC Organ on Politics, Defence and Security Cooperation (OPDSC), President Emmerson Mnangagwa has appointed Foreign Affairs minister Sibusiso Moyo to head the SEOM in Botswana. Moyo had this to say:

As we launch the Sadc electoral observer mission, our observations will focus on the pre- and post-election periods which include the campaigns, voting day and the process of the counting of the ballot papers.

Botswana’s Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) managed to register 1 273 880 out of a total of 1 592 350 eligible voters and also established 2 294 voting stations across the country.

Moyo also revealed that the SEOM has 55 personnel from 11 Sadc member states and the observers will be deployed in 10 administrative districts of Botswana.

More: The Herald


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One Comment on “SB Moyo To Head SADC Electoral Observer Mission In Botswana

  1. Has he taken time to observe the suffering Zimbabweans are going through?

    Has he even observed the water woes being experienced in the capital city in this age?

    Has he observed kuti nyika yave zuda because of shortage of electricity and people will keep on cutting down trees which will have a detrimental effect on the well-being of future generations?

    Like the government does not care as long as pane vanoda kutongo who are realizing their own selfish and personal dreams of being on top of a rotting country

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