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Political systems and processes in Zimbabwe have attracted much commentary and attention in the world over, with much attention hinged and fixated on elections and the amassment of political hegemony by ZANU PF despite ruling in a dire state of a crippled and plummeting economy that should be inciting social and political dissent.
Elections are associated with vote rigging, political violence and unscrupulous political activities that range from appointment of party loyalist in key, strategic and influential positions that define and determine politics of the day.
The cry has been that such appointments have been in electoral and state institutions that have the mandate to necessitate democratic transition, the partisan appointments have led to a manifestation of the hiring of white collar electoral fraudsters who miraculously Nikuv elections to the favour of the mostly contested hegemonic political player ZANU PF.
Tomy Ncube is an academic researcher who has written on a varied topics from governance, nursing administration up to media and politics and has worked on a considerable number of papers.
He holds a BSc in Politics and Public Management and is currently pursuing an MSc in Disaster Management.
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