Would be able to use the constitution to its fullest potential? Go Zim thinks it’s time to take a look at the set of laws and rules used to govern the society you live in.
Voting isn’t the only way you can make a change in society. Go Zim has put together a list of organisations you can get involved in to further your civic engagement.
The act of voting is just one step in the voting procedure – Go Zim breaks down what happens once Polling Stations close.
Go Zim’s partners, the Zimbabwe Council of Churches, blessed Zimbabwe with a beautiful prayer just in time for the elections.
Freeman, Jah Signal And Empress Massina Share The Get Out And Vote Message In Gweru [Video & Images]
The fifth instalment of Go Zim’s Get Out And Vote campaign saw us stop over in Gweru for a day filled with activities.
As we shift into fifth gear just in time for the Elections, we take a look at how you can get involved in the #iVoteZW campaign.
The Go Zim team is set to travel south this weekend, making their way on Saturday to Gweru and Gwanda.
As Zimbabwe heads towards 30 July, ZEC prepares for those who will conduct Postal Voting – click through to see how the process works.
Find out what it is you need to do when marking the each of the three ballot papers during 30 July harmonised elections.
This Saturday, those of you who are in Bulawayo can find Go Zim, Heal Zimbabwe and local partners at the Emasimini Business Centre.
Can’t walk or see like you used to? Registered to vote, but need assistance marking your ballot paper? The ZEC has outlined how to get help.
If you have been following Go Zim for a while, you might have noticed how epic our Get Out and Vote campaign launch was. Now, catch us this weekend in Zaka and Chipinge.
Download the Government Gazette listing all successful candidates for the upcoming Harmonised Elections in Zimbabwe.
Take a look at what went down at the launch of the Get Out and Vote campaign. What a great day out, and thanks to all of you who came out to support peaceful voting!
You have seen us on social media and heard us on the airwaves, now, Go Zim is inviting you to join us as we travel around Zimbabwe and engage in voter education with citizens.
If you are fearing for your safety when voting in Zimbabwe’s upcoming Harmonised Elections, there are a few arrangements being put in place so as to counter election violence and intimidation.
If you are voting in Zimbabwe’s Harmonised Elections on 30 July, Go Zim has created a Facebook frame just for you! Take a look.
Now that voters have registered and verified their details, it’s time for individuals and parties to get into gear. On Thursday, 14 June, Zimbabwe’s election process enters the next stage: Nomination Court Day.
Zimbabwe’s harmonised elections have been set for 30 July – here’s a look at what it will be like once you have stepped into the Polling Station.
Although women now have the right to vote – and have had it for a long time – they aren’t always too aware of why their vote is important.