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Live Zimbabwe election results
Last updated: 04/02/2005 06:31:04 Last updated: 04/02/2005
COUNTING IS ON GOING, NEW ZIMBABWE.COM CAN HOWEVER, CONFIRM THAT THE FOLLOWING HAVE TAKEN AN UNASSAILABLE LEAD OR THE RESULTS HAVE BEEN CONFIRMED:
OFFICIAL COUNT, SO FAR
MDC ----- 34
INDEPENDENT -- 1
SEATS REMAINING: 26
1. David Coltart (MDC) - Bulawayo South polled 12120 to Sithembiso Nyoni of Zanu PF who polled 3777. There were 84 spoilt votes.
2. Welshman Ncube, MDC, Bulawayo North, polled 10812 votes to Joshua Malinga's 2506 votes.
Renson Gasela, MDC, Gweru Rural. Josphat Madubeko, Zanu PF, Gweru Rural, beat
Renson Gasela of the MDC. ZANU PF
4. Priscilla Misihairabwi, MDC, Glen Norah polled 14841 votes to Victoria Chitepo of Zanu PF who polled 4648 votes. Opposition Zimbabwe Youth Alliance candidate got 36. There were 77 spoilt votes.
5. Tongai Mathuthu, MDC, Masvingo Central polled 10 298 votes to Zanu PF's Moyo who polled 10103, and independent candidate (out-going MDC MP) Mangono Silas who polled 350 votes. THERE WERE 315 SPOILT VOTES.
6. Sabina Mugabe, Zanu PF, Zvimba South polled 17797 votes to Emily Masvimba of the MDC who polled 2439 votes.
7. Faber Chidarikire, Zanu PF, Chinhoyi polled 9462 votes to the MDC's Silas Matamisa who polled 5773.
8. Professor Jonathan Moyo, Independent, Tsholotsho polled 8208 to beat the MDC's Mtoliki Sibanda (6310) and Musa Ncube (5648).
9. Tendai Biti, MDC, Harare East polled 9259 votes, Zanu PF's Madonza Mukarati polled 4363. There were 97 spoilt votes.
10. Gibson Sibanda, MDC, Nkulumane polled 12392 votes to beat Absalom Sikhosana who polled 3 243 votes. There were 107 spoilt votes.
11. Innocent Gonese, MDC, Mutare Central polled 13 289 to Shadreck Beta's 5088. Slyvia (Zanu) got 73 votes and there were 203 spoilt votes.
12. Giles Mutsekwa, MDC, Mutare North Mutare North polled 11597 to beat Zanu PF's Ellen Gwaradzimba who polled 7 066.
13. Blessing Chebundo, MDC, Kwekwe polled 12983 to beat Emmerson Mnangwagwa who polled 11124 votes.
14. Thoko Khupe, MDC, Makokoba polled 12 138 to Sihle Thebe's 3 488.
15. Milford Gwetu, MDC, Mpopoma, polled 11587 to beat Dr Sikhanyiso Ndlovu of Zanu PF who managed 3 228.
16. Fletcher Dulini, MDC, Lobengula/Magwegwe polled 12 603 to Zanu PF's Molly Mpofu who got 2892 votes. There were 135 spoilt votes.
17. Patrick Zhuwawo (Sabina Mugabe's son), Zanu PF, Manyame polled 15478 to Hilda Mapfudze of Zanu PF's 8312. There were 543 spoilt votes.
18. Zwizwai Murisi, MDC, Harare Central 10462 beat Zanu PF's Florence Chideya (4423) and independent Margaret Dongo with 525 votes. There were 91 spoilt papers.
19. Job Sikhala, MDC, polled 13369 beat Zanu PF's Patrick Nyaruwata 7498 and independent Tendekai Mswata polled 130. There wre 284 spoilt votes.
20. Ambrose Mutinhiri, Zanu PF, Marondera West polled 16 029 to the MDC's Chipangura Shadreck who polled 4457 votes.
21. Tapiwa Mashakada, MDC, Hatfield polled 11652 to beat Amos Midzi of Zanu PF who polled 9408. There were 399 spoilt votes.
22. Paurina Mupariwa, MDC, Mufakose polled 12 643 to beat Zanu PF Sabina Tembani 4016. There were 293 spoilt votes.
23. Edwin Mushoriwa, MDC, Dzivarasekwa polled 11617 to Zanu PF's Francis Muchada who polled 5014. There were 266 spoilt votes.
24. Paul Madzore, MDC, polled 14 231 to Zanu PF candidate Sabina Mangwnde 3993. There were 176 spoilt votes.
25. Fidelis Mhashu, MDC, Chitungwiza, polled 12024 to the Zanu PF candidate Brighton Chirongwe who polled 8126. There were 232 spoilt votes.
26. Pearson Mungofa, MDC, Highfields, polled 12600 to beat Zanu PF's Rodrick Nyanhungo who polled 4296. There were 146 spoilt votes.
27. Ignatius Chombo, Zanu PF, Zvimba North, polled 16140 to Prince Chibanda of the MDC who polled 4834.
28. Trudy Stevenson, MDC, Harare North, polled 11 262 votes to Nyasha Chikwinya of Zanu PF who polled 5134.
29. Timothy Mubhawu, MDC, Tafara/Mabvuku polled 13 473 to Zanu PF's Pamela Tungamirai who polled 6078 votes.
30 Parirenyatwa David, Zanu PF, Murehwa North polled 17677 votes to the MDC's Alois Mudzingwa who polled 4137 votes. There were 539 spoilt votes.
31. William Makova, Zanu PF, Bikita West, polled 12628 votes beating the MDC's Alex Zirabada who amassed a total of 7936 votes. There were 505 spoilt ballots.
32. Tinos Rusere, Zanu PF, Zaka East, polled 13 078 votes to the MDC's Misheck Marava who managed 8462 votes. There were 703 spoilt ballots.
33. Samuel Udenge, Zanu PF, Chimanimani polled 15 817 to Heather Bennett's 11031. There were 794 spoilt votes. ZANU PF GAIN.
34. Stan Mudenge, Zanu PF, Masvingo North, polled 13015 to the MDC's Joseph Matema who polled 6594 votes. There were 432 spoilt papers.
35. Timothy Mkhahlera, MDC, Gweru Urban polled 8011 to Enos Size of Zanu PF who sized in with 5609 votes.
36. Herbert Murerwa, Zanu PF, Goromonzi polled 16 782 votes to the MDC's Cladius Marimo who pulled 8578 votes.
37. Editor Matamisa, MDC, Kadoma, polled 10023 to Zanu PF's Jimayi Muduvuri who pulled 8740. MDC GAIN.
38. Kenneth Mutiwekuziva, Zanu PF, Uzumba-Maramba-Pfungwe, polled 31 351 against MDC candidate Stewart Pairemanzi who polled 3289.
39. Enitha Madziriri, Zanu PF, Chivi North polled 14990 to the MDC's Benard Chivondegwa who polled 4304 votes.
40. Aeneas Chigwedere, Zanu PF, Wedza, polled 17 680 to the MDC's Theresa Makone who pulled 8340 votes.
41. Esaph Mdlongwa, MDC, Pumula-Luveve, polled 13 810 to beat Batandi Mpofu of Zanu PF who polled 3 527.
42. Amos Chibaya, MDC, Mkoba, polled 10191 to beat Zanu PF's Paul Chigango 5 608.
43. Sylvester Nguni, Zanu PF, Mhondoro polled 13 966 to beat Shakespeare Maya of MDC who polled 4 015. ZANU PF GAIN.
44. Goodrich Chimbaira, MDC, Zengeza polled 12 129 votes to Christopher Chigumba of Zanu PF who polled 8 718. MDC GAIN.
45. Gift Chimanikire, MDC, Mbare, polled 15543 to beat Zanu PF's Tendai Savanhu who polled 9 418.
46. Willias Madzimure, MDC, Kambuzuma polled 17 394 to beat Samuel Mvurume of Zanu PF who polled 5 555 votes.
47. Nelson Chamisa, MDC, Kuwadzana, polled 13 870 to beat David Mutasa of Zanu PF who polled 5 024.
48. Hubert Nyanhongo Magadzire, Zanu PF, Harare South polled 11545 to beat the MDC's James Mushonga who was close behind with 10 716. ZANU PF GAIN.
49. Elliot Manyika, Zanu PF, Bindura
50. Gilbert Shoko, MDC, Budiriro polled 17 053 to beat David Makufa of Zanu PF who polled 4886. There were 146 spoilt votes.
51. Sydney Sekeramayi, Zanu PF, Marondera East polled 19192 votes to beat the MDC's Ian Kay who managed 10 066. TYhere were 667 spoilt votes.
52. Acqualina Kastenda, Zanu PF, Mudzi West polled 18 546 votes to beat MDC's Shorai Tsungu who polled 3636 votes. There were 613 spoilt papers.
53. Webster Shamu, Zanu PF, Chegutu polled 16542 votes to Jacqueline Zwambila's 8286. There were 546 spoilt papers.
54. Charles Majange, Zanu PF, Chivi South polled 12749 votes to Stephen Chengeta of the MDC who polled 12684 votes. There were 618 spoilt papers.
55. Bright Matonga, Zanu PF, Ngezi polled 15801 votes to Flora Hotyo of the MDC who got 2404 votes. There were 564 spoilt papers.
56. Christopher Mushowe, Zanu PF, Mutare West polled 13 216 votes to Gabriel Chiwara of the MDC who polled 7055 votes. There were 625 spoilt ballots.
57. Cecilia Gwachirwa, Zanu PF, Hurungwe West polled 17 295 votes to beat the MDC's Godfrey Gumbo who polled 7663 votes. There were 903 spoilt ballots.
58. Oppah Muchinguri, Zanu PF, Mutasa South, polled 9715 to the MDC's Edwin Mauppa who polled 9380. ZANU PF GAIN.
59. Reuben Marumahoko, Zanu PF, Hurungwe East polled 19670 while MDC's Biggie Haurobi got 6090 votes.
60. Obert Mpofu, Zanu PF, Bubi-Umguza beat Jacob Thabane of MDC (unofficial). ZANU PF GAIN.
61. Major Nleya, Zanu PF, Bulilima beat Moses Mzila Ndlovu of MDC (unofficial). ZANU PF GAIN.
62. Kembo Mohadi, Zanu PF, Beitbridge (unofficial)
63. Abednico Ncube, Zanu PF, Gwanda beat Paul Themba Nyathi of MDC (unofficial)
64. Abednico Bhebhe, MDC, Nkayi (unofficial)
65. Edward Mkhosi, MDC, Mangwe (unofficial)
66. Thembinkosi Sibindi, MDC, Hwange East beat Thokozile Mathuthu of Zanu PF (unofficial)
67. Jealous Sansole, MDC, Hwange West polled 10415 votes to beat Siphiwe Mapuwe of Zanu PF who polled 4899 votes.
68. Lovemore Moyo, MDC, Matobo polled 10074 to Ananias Nyathi's 9562 votes.
69. Joseph Made, Zanu PF, Makoni West polled 14436 to beat the MDC's Remius Makuwaza who polled 7954. Independent candidate Tendai Chekeya polled 403.
70. Enock Porisingazi, Zanu PF, polled 10412 votes to Wilson Kumbula's 2129. MDC's Elia Makatore (votes missed, but he lost)
71. Francis Nhema, Zanu PF, Shurugwi polled 16212 to the MDC's Boniface Mupedzisi who polled 5013.
72. Rugare Gumbo, Zanu PF, Mberengwa East polled 17915, Shiri Goodwill an independent polled 3678 while the MDC's Sekai Holland polled 2297 votes.
73. Sabina Zinyemba, Zanu PF, Mazowe West polled 14397 to beat the MDC's Michael Gonye who polled 5477 votes.
74. Obert Matshalaga, Zanu PF, Zvishavane polled 15311 votes to beat MDC's Simon Dick who polled 8388.
75. Joram Gumbo, Zanu PF, Mberengwa West polled 17533 to beat the MDC's Tinozivashe Mpofu who polled 4730.
76. Chenhamo Chimutengwende, Zanu PF, Mazowe East polled 18041 to beat the MDC's Shepherd Mushonga who polled 7567.
77. David Chapfika, Zanu PF, polled 16257 to beat the MDC's Shupukai Mandaza who polled 3782.
78. Mabel Mawere, Zanu PF polled 13 278 to beat the MDC's Harrison Mudzuri who polled 9126.
79. Josiah Tungamirai, Zanu PF, Gutu polled 23 368 votes to beat the MDC's Chrispa Musoni who polled 6554 votes.
80. Edward Mkhosi, MDC, Mangwe polled 10145 to beat Zanu PF's Emily Moyo with 5723 votes.
81. Edwin Muguti, Zanu PF, Chirumanzu polled 13373 votes to beat the MDC's Regis Fambisai who polled 4971.
82. Nomalanga Khumalo, MDC, Umzingwane polled 13 198 to beat Zanu PF's Abigail Damasane who polled 8784.
83. Chindori Chinhinga, Zanu PF, Guruve South polled 16801 votes to beat the MDC's Biggie Chigonero of the MDC who managed 3375.
84. Paul Kadzima, Zanu PF, Nyanga polled 12602 votes to beat the MDC's Douglas Mwonzora who polled 9360.
85. Joel Matiza, Zanu PF, Murehwa South polled 19200 votes to beat the MDC's Alaska Kumirai who polled 4586 votes.
86. Andrew Langa, Zanu PF, Insiza polled 12537 votes to beat the MDC's Siyabonga Malandu Ncube who managed 8840 votes.
87. Daniel Makenzie Ncube, Zanu PF, Zhombe polled 14 750 to beat the MDC's Edison Nyathi who polled 8 579.
88. Nicholas Goche, Zanu PF, Shamva polled 29 287 to beat the MDC's Godfrey Chimombe who polled 8848 votes.
89. Walter Muzembi, Zanu PF, Masvingo South polled 13498 votes to beat the MDC's Green Watinyanya who polled 3377 votes.
90. Olivia Muchena, Zanu PF, Mutoko South polled 13 390 to beat the MDC's Derick Muzira who polled 3358 votes.
91. Zakaria Ziyambi, Zanu PF, Sanyati polled 16 512 votes to beat the MDC's Trainer Ruzidzo who polled 4919 votes.
92. General Nyambuya, Zanu PF, Mutasa North polled 10135 votes to beat the MDC's Evelyn Masaiti who polled 6605 votes.
93. Isaya Shumba, Zanu PF, Mwenezi polled 25463 to beat the MDC's Charles Muzenda who polled 3549 votes.
94. Kennedy Matimba, Zanu PF, Bikita East polled 13009 to beat the MDC's Edmore Marima who polled 8551 votes.
95. David Buntu, Zanu PF, Guruve North polled 24 155 to beat MDC's Alan McCormick who polled 2679 votes.
96. Tichaona Jokonya, Zanu PF, Chikomba polled 17928 to beat the MDC's P Denga who polled 7403 votes.
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PROMOTING NON-VIOLENT PRINCIPLES TO ACHIEVE DEMOCRACY
Clear signs of mass
mobilization in Zimbabwe
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Clear signs are emerging in Zimbabwe of a mobilization of the people. Despite the massive police presence across the country and in the full knowledge that the army is being held on a high state of alert to put down any popular uprising, the call has gone out for people to take to the streets in protest against yet another rigged election.
The evidence is now clear, that the current parliamentary elections have been massively rigged and particularly in the rural constituencies. Across the country stories are pouring in of ZANU PF agents acting in defiance of the country’s electoral law and of every norm of free and democratic elections. The opposition MDC’s election agents have been illegally detained at numerous polling stations in order to prevent them from communicating the polling station results which the presiding officers should have communicated, but failed to communicate immediately on the completion of the count.
ZANU PF have not only committed a massive fraud. They have also violated in most blatant fashion the electoral laws which they themselves crafted. Over and again the electoral institutions have demonstrated their partisan nature, as have the courts. Therefore the people of Zimbabwe can have no hope of legal redress of their legitimate grievances within the existing framework of unjust laws and corrupt administration. In short, they have no option but to take to the streets in protest at the way in which they have effectively been disenfranchised by a clique of corrupt, self-serving politicians.
Only a few days ago the courageous Archbishop of Bulawayo, Pius Ncube, advocated a non-violent and peaceful uprising to remove an entrenched dictatorship that has caused untold suffering to the people of Zimbabwe. It seems the people are heeding that call.
The people of Zimbabwe who are rising up to throw off the chains of oppression deserve the support of the international community. Pray God we may not fail them at this hour.
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Heather Bennett and her election team express their shock at the election results announced earlier today for the Chimanimani constituency.
Chimanimani has been an MDC stronghold for the past 5 years and the results today are in complete contrast to the support that Heather has enjoyed in her rallies over the past 4 weeks.
Heather is particularly concerned by the discrepancies released at 1pm (today 1 April 2005) and the fact that the announced figures do not tally with the total number of votes cast, announced last night. In addition to that, the ZEC knew the total number of votes cast in the area. Why did it then take 10 hours to announce the votes and why is there a discrepancy of over 3000 votes between the announcements.
Heather would like to emphasize that despite this result that she and her family will continue to support the people of Chimanimani, and in turn she thanks the people for their support of her and her family.
Heather will continue to struggle for the people of Chimanimani.