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How to register to vote for the 2018 harmonised elections

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The Zimbabwe Electoral Commission announced that it does not have a Voters Roll and that all prospective voters who want to exercise their right to vote in the 2018 harmonised election will have to be registered using the Biometric Voting Registration (BVR) system.

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Just for emphasis, this means that everyone needs to go and register to vote and please try to do it as early as possible.

 

Who is eligible to vote?

Any person who is

  •  A Zimbabwean Citizen
  •  Aged 18 years old or above

 

What documents are needed for one to register?

A valid Zimbabwe passport
 OR

National Identification Card (ID)
It can be metal or plastic or a Waiting Pass with the original photograph

 AND

Proof of Residence

 

What is Proof of Residence?

A proof of residence is a document confirming where you live and it needs to have your full name as it appears on your ID and your address printed on it.

You can use any of the following documents as Proof of Residence

  • A) title deeds or a certificate of occupation
  • B) a lodgers permit issued by the relevant local authority
  • C) rates, water, electricity, telephone or credit store statement on which is shown your name and physical address
  • D) a statement from your landlord, parent or friend confirming that you reside at the stated place of residence accompanied by any of the documents in A, B Or C in the name of landlord, parent, friend or such other person at whose residence you reside
  • E) a statement that confirms that you are residing at the stated place of residence made by the head of a school, hospital or other public institutions where you reside
  • F) a statement confirming that you reside at the stated place of residence made by or on behalf of the person in whose name a mining location is registered in the area where you reside
  • G) a statement by your employer confirming your address
  • H) a confirmation letter by the relevant councillor, village head, headman or Chief confirming that you reside in the ward you claim to reside
  • I) a confirmation letter by farm owner or resettlement officer confirming that you reside in the ward you claim to reside in
  • J) an offer proving that you are in lawful occupation of the land to which the offer letter relates
  • K) a hospital bill or clinic, hospital card or an envelope with post office markings reflecting your address
  • L) if you are unable to produce any of the above documents as proof of residence you can submit a residence AFFIDAVIT stating your place of residence

 

We have received some reports that some of the voter registration centres are running out of affidavit forms, so to prevent any delays or inconvenience we recommend that you go with your own affidavit forms.

You can download the affidavit by clicking on the link below.

VR1 & VR9 Affidavit Forms

 

What time can I go and register to vote?

Registration Centres will be open every weekday from Monday to Friday from 0800 hours to 1645 hours. However, as you will be dealing with public officials, we recommend that you go as early as possible.

 

Where can I find the ZEC Registration centres?

Below, we have arranged the Voter Registration Centres by Province

 

BULAWAYO METROPOLITAN PROVINCE
1. Rylanders Court
Windsor Park 16th Ave
Fomona

 

HARARE METROPOLITAN PROVINCE
1. Remembrance Complex
 No 2 Remembrance Drive,
Mbare, Harare

2. Seke Teachers College,
Stand No. 16120,
Mangwende Drive,
Chitungwiza

MANICALAND PROVINCE
1.BUHERA
Buhera RDC Murambinda

2.CHIMANIMANI
Chimanimani RDC

3.CHIPINGE
New Government Complex Block B 2nd floor

4.MAKONI
District Administrator Complex Chingaira Building

5.MUTARE
District Administrator Complex 43 Tembwe street

6.MUTASA
DC Mutasa Messengers Camp Stand 4894

7.NYANGA
District Administrator’s Complex

 

MASHONALAND CENTRAL PROVINCE
1.BINDURA
Mutungagore Bld Office No G73

2.GURUVE
Old Magistrate Court DAs Complex

3.MAZOWE
District Administrator Complex Concession

4. MBIRE
Mbire RDC offices

5.MT DARWIN
District Administrator Complex Office No 27

6.MUZARABANI
Palmwal Agencies Building Bld Stand No 145

7. RUSHINGA
District Administrator’s Complex Office No 14

8. Shamva
Stand No 203 Main Street Shamva

 

MASHONALAND EAST PROVINCE
1.CHIKOMBA
The Range District Administrator’s Office

2.GOROMONZI
Public Works Complex Goromonzi

3.MARONDERA
District Administrator’s Office 1st Street Marondera

4.MUDZI
Government Complex Kotwa Growth Point

5.MUREHWA
Murehwa RDC Murehwa

6 MUTOKO
Mutoko District Development Fund Complex Mutoko

7.SEKE
District Administrator Office Mharapara/Mangwende Drive

8.UZUMBA MARAMBA PFUNGWE
Mutawatawa Government Complex

9.WEDZA
District Administrator Complex Wedza Growth Point

 

MASHONALAND WEST PROVINCE
1.CHEGUTU
Chegutu Municipality Offices

2.HURUNGWE
Hurungwe RDC offices 262 Chikangwe Rd Karoi

3.KARIBA
Public Works Kariba Depot Kariba

4.MAKONDE
Public Works Dept Makonde Depot Chinhoyi

5.MHONDORO NGEZI
Sanyati RDC 8 Warwick Rd Kadoma

6.SANYATI
Sanyati RDC 8 Warwick Road
Kadoma

7.ZVIMBA
Murombedzi Government Complex
Murombedzi

 

MASVINGO PROVINCE
1.BIKITA
Institute of Training and Dev Nyika Growth Point

2.CHIREDZI
Stand No A80A Masasa/ DDF Chiredzi

3. CHIVI
District Administrator Complex
Chivi Growth Point

4.GUTU
Gutu Old Post Office

5.MASVINGO
District Administrator Complex Corner Leopold Takawira/Hughes rd Masvingo

6.MWENEZI
Big Six Complex Rutenga Growth Point

7.ZAKA
District Administrator Complex Zaka

 

MATEBELELAND NORTH PROVINCE
1.BINGA
Binga RDC offices Binga

2.BUBI
Stand No 2/1984 Bubi District Council Houses

3.HWANGE
Thomas Coulter Annex School. Hwange

4.LUPANE
Stand No.246 Multipurpose Hall Kusile RDC offices

5.NKAYI
Nkayi RDC offices Nkayi

6.TSHOLOTSHO
District Development Fund Training Centre Tsholosho

7.UMGUZA
17 Rylanders Court Windsor Park Complex 16th Avenue Fomona Bulawayo

 

MATEBELELAND SOUTH PROVINCE
1.BEITBRIDGE*
*Office No 5 Old boarder Post Beitbridge

2.BULILIMA
Stand No 140 Hebron Plumtree

3.GWANDA
Office No 10 Shashe Building Gwanda

4. MANGWE
Stand No 140 Peter Street Hebron Plumtree

5.MATOBO
District Administrator Office Kezi

6.INSIZA
District Administrator Office Filabusi

7.UMZINGWANE
Umzingwane RDC Umzingwane

 

MIDLANDS PROVINCE
1.CHIRUMANZI
District Administrator Complex Tel-One offices

2.GOKWE NORTH
Government Complex Office No 57 Gokwe North

3.GOKWE SOUTH
Government Complex Office No 103 Gokwe South

4.GWERU
Old prison complex Office No 10 Main Street Gweru

5.KWEKWE
Social Offices Offices Corner 2nd/4th street Kwekwe
6.MBERENGWA
Ministry of Education Complex Office No 3 Mberengwa

7.SHURUGWI
Makusha Hall Peak Rd Main Offices Shurugwi

8.ZVISHAVANE
New Government Complex. Zvishavane

And again, please try to register at your earliest convience.


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5 thoughts on “How to register to vote for the 2018 harmonised elections

  1. Zec is not serious Harare has two sites… Just two…. And mbare and chitungwiza…. Between Harare and chi town there’s probably 2 million people… How do they expect to register people

  2. what kind of game is zec trying to play, you are registering less than 1000 people a day per station and harare has got 2 stations only out of a population more than 30 million. you are really applying for war

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