Zimbabwe NOW! Zimbabwe Elections Archive >> The intensified struggle for democracy in Zimbabwe: What options for NGOs/Civil Society? Zimbabwe is currently facing an enormous governance, economic and social crisis that is seriously threatening to destroy much of what Zimbabweans have achieved since our national independence 22 years ago. The environment within which NGOs/Civil society groups are operating is becoming increasingly restrictive. Read the full article from Jonah Gokova >> ZESN Report on Local Authority Election and Hurungwe West By-Election 28-29 September 2002 The real winner in these elections was voter apathy. Voter turnout, which had begun to rise with the constitutional referendum in February 2000 through the June 2000 Parliamentary Election and peaking with the March 2002 election, was very low. Read more >> Civil Society in Zimbabwe: NGO Website Mailing list Commercial Farmer's Union http://site.mweb.co.zw/cfu/ firstname.lastname@example.org Kubutana: The NGO Network Alliance Project http://www.kubatana.net/ email@example.com Media Monitoring Project http://mmpz.icon.co.zw/ firstname.lastname@example.org Zimbabwe Election Support Network (ZESN) http://www.zesn.org.zw/ - Find a directory of Zimbabwean Civil Society Organisations here: http://www.kubatana.net/html/dir/dir_cont.asp Media: Name Website ZWNews http://www.zwnews.com/ Sunday Mail http://www.africaonline.co.zw/sundaymail Daily News http://www.dailynews.co.zw Zimbabwe Independent http://www.mweb.co.zw/zimin Zimbabwe Standard http://www.mweb.co.zw/standard Financial Gazette http://www.fingaz.co.zw Herald http://www.zimpapers.co.zw Zimbabwe Mirror http://www.zimmirror.co.zw Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) http://www.zbc.co.zw/television.htm Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) http://www.zbc.co.zw/radio.htm Notes: The Herald (Daily based in Harare, partly government funded) Chronicle (Daily based in Bulawayo, partly government funded) The Manica Post (Every Friday based in Mutare, partly government funded) The Sunday News (Based in Bulawayo, partially government funded) Sunday Mail (weekly Based in Harare, partially government funded) (NB: The above are part of the Zimbabwe Newspapers (Pvt.) Ltd] The Daily News (Monday - Friday, privately owned) The Dispatch (ANZ stable, every Friday) The Eastern Star (ANZ stable, every Friday) The Zimbabwe Independent (every Friday, privately owned) The Standard (every Sunday, privately owned) The Zimbabwe Mirror (every Friday, privately owned) The Financial Gazette (every Thursday, privately owned) Source: http://mmpz.icon.co.zw/print.html Copyright: The Electoral Institute of Southern Africa (EISA) NOTE: The opinions expressed here do not necessarily reflect the official views of EISA.