1522: A polling station at Nyamita School Murewa South has been closed after protests from voters over missing names of their preferred candidates. Some are still milling around hoping it will open while others have since left. The voters divided into camps with some against voting while others are saying let’s proceed.
1251: Zanu PF primary elections have commenced in Hwange district with expectations of a peaceful exercise as the revolutionary party finalises the selection of candidates to represent the party in the forthcoming harmonised polls.
At another polling station at Kentuc School in Green Valley in Harare South constituency, voters were still waiting for ballot papers by 12 noon. The general impression is that people are kin to participate in the electoral process.
At some polling stations there were few people while at other points there were a number of voters waiting for ballot papers.
Logistical delays have affected progress for the Zanu PF primary elections in Harare South constituency. A survey in various polling stations in Ushewekunze, Hopley indicate that ballot papers were yet to be delivered way after 10 am.
1239: At Stodart Hall polling station in Mbare voting has progressed well since morning and by close of day on Sunday about 723 people had cast their votes.
1213: The team leading the conducting of primary elections for Zanu PF in Bulawayo has extended the voting process by two hours to allow some people who could not vote Sunday to exercise their democratic right.
1200: Voting in the Zanu PF primary elections in Zvishavane and Mberengwa began as early as 7am this Wednesday morning.
1010: Bulawayo extends voting process to 12 mid-day today at four polling stations as some people failed to vote yesterday. These are Nkulumane/Emganwini, Nketa, Mpopoma Information Center and Pumula South Booster.
Voting continues in the Zanu-PF primary elections in constituencies that rolled them over to today. We continue giving you updates as they come.