electoral law zimbabwe

GN 2023-1380E Election of Party-list Candidates by Proportional Representation - Candidates Elected to Senate, National Assembly, Metropolitan and Provincial Councils

Gazetted 2023-08-30

IT is hereby notified, for general information that each person whose name is specified in the Schedule has, with effect from the 25th of August, 2023, been duly elected as a member of the Senate, National Assembly or Provincial Council, as the case may be, for their respective provinces.




GN 2023-1380B Election of Senators to Represent Persons with Disabilities - Names of Elected Candidates

azetted 2023-08-30


IT is hereby notified, in terms of paragraph 3(6)(b) of the Seventh Schedule to the Electoral Act [Chapter 2:13], that Shiri Annah and Zhou Ishumael were duly elected Senators to represent persons with Disabilities with effect from the 26th of August, 2023.



GN 2023-1344 2023 Harmonised Elections - PWDs Senator Elections - 26th August, 2023

IT is hereby notified that, for the purposes of section 120(1)(d) of the Constitution, the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission will conduct the elections of two Senators to represent Persons with Disabilities (PWDs). The Electoral College comprising Associations and Institutions and Institutions specified in Statutory Instrument 133 of 2023 will sit at the Rainbow Towers Hotel Harare, on Saturday, 26th August, 2023, from 0700 to 1900 hours to elect the said Senators.

SI 2018-126 Electoral (Prescribed Associations and Institutions) Notice, 2018

IT is hereby notified that the Minister of Justice. Legal and Parliamentary Affairs has, in terms of paragraph 2(3) of the Seventh Schedule to the Electoral Act [Chapter 2:13] and in consultation with the Minister responsible for administering the Disabled Persons Act [Chapter 17:01], made the following notice:–
1. This notice may be cited as the Electoral (Prescribed Association and Institutions) Notice, 2018.

SI 1995-74A Electoral (Applications, Appeals and Petitions) Rules, 1995

Note: These rules were published in terms of the Electoral Act, 1990 (later Chapter 2:01), at a time when:
• there was no Electoral Court, and electoral applications, appeals and petitions were made to the High Court, and
• the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission had not been established, and elections were conducted by the Registrar-General of Elections.


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