The Community Tolerance Reconciliation and Development Trust (COTRAD) in partnership with The Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) held a Go Register to Vote Roadshow campaign in Zaka District on the 04th of March 2018 at Four Miles Shopping Centre in ward 8. The campaign attracted hundreds of people from the local
Community Tolerance Reconciliation and Development (COTRAD) in collaboration with the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) on 04 and 08 February 2018 held Biometric Voter Registration (BVR) road show campaigns in Mpandawana town registering and encouraging potential registrants to register during the mop up exercise. The campaign was running under the theme
Villagers in Masvingo have raised serious concern over the coercive collection of Biometric Voter Registration slips of registrants by Zanu PF constituency and ward officials. Community Tolerance Reconciliation and Development (COTRAD) Community Voter Educators in Gutu, Zaka, and Chiredzi districts have observed that registered voters are being intimidated and forced
#Register2Vote2day Community Tolerance Reconciliation and Development (COTRAD) in collaboration with the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) have conducted a Go Register to Vote sporting tournament at Murerekwa School in Zaka Central Constituency on the 6th of January 2018. The massive voter registration campaign serves to encourage young people to register to
Community Working Party (Nhimbe) on Voter Education and Mobilization. #Register2Vote2day COTRAD conducted a Community working party (Nhimbe) as part of the drive to encourage people to register to vote and peacefully participate in 2018 general elections. The working party was conducted in Zaka Central Constituency ward 8 in Gomba Village.
Villagers in Zaka district have raised grave concern over the turning away of all eligible voters in most rural mobile voter registration centres due power problems. Community Tolerance Reconciliation and Development (COTRAD) Community voter mobilizers in Zaka district observed that all the voter registration centres which use solar panels to
Zaka, following the continuous engagement of community leaders by Community Tolerance Reconciliation and Development (COTRAD) voter mobilizers, the traditional leaders have shifted their stance against perceived members of opposition parties. Traditional leaders have concurred that proof of residence letters would be issued to all eligible voters regardless of political background.
COTRAD holds Road Show Campaigns on Biometric Voter Registration (Voter Education) in Masvingo urban at Mucheke bus terminus and Sisk business on 11 November 2017. The road show programmes are part of the drive to encourage people to register to vote in next year’s general elections. The aim of the
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