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  • Red Finger Campaign - Referendum update 5
    Heal Zimbabwe Trust
    March 16, 2013

    Mudzi North - At Kondo turn off polling station in ward 9, the voting progressed smoothly.

    Masvingo North - Ward 6 at Gokomere a high number turned out to vote.

    Muzarabani - Ward 17, Hoya polling station. Voting had ended by 12 noon. Most of the voters were turned away because they are holders of alien identity cards.

    Karoi - Ward 14, Chikangwe polling station recorded a lower voter turnout.

    Chitungwiza - Ward 13 Ndangariro Primary school polling station. High voter turnout with the majority of the voters being the youth. There are no observers on site.

    Birchenough Bridge - Ward 33 District Development Fund polling station. High voter turnout, with the older voters outnumbering the youth. Observers present on site.

    Rusape - Ward 7 Chingaira Building polling station. High voter turnout. SADC observers present on site.

    Chegutu West - Ward 24 Bransville polling station. Two MDC youths arrested for standing outside the polling station. One was taken to Kadoma police station and the other to Chegutu Police station. They were reported by one Edison Mukonde, the ward Councillor.

    Mbare - At Mbare Polytechnic Clinic by 2pm, 40 females and 40 males had cast their votes with 13 turned away for being aliens while 7 were turned away for bringing drivers' licenses.

    Mbare - By 2pm at Mai Musodzi Hall command centre less than 200 votes had been cast.

    Southerton - By 3pm at Southerton Primary 800 people had voted and reportedly the majority of those seen in queues were young people.

    Bulawayo - By 3.30pm, a total of 731 votes had been recorded at Nketa shopping centre with 36 turned away, 13 aliens, 22 did not have required documents and 1 under age.

    Bulawayo - By 2pm at Tshabalala home craft polling station, 264 had cast their votes with 10 people turned away, 7 being aliens and 3 for having driver's license.

    Bulawayo - At Nkulumane one way polling station by 2pm 645 votes cast with 24 turned away.

    Bulawayo - By 1pm at Lobengula Conron polling station, 152 votes were cast with 10 people turned away.

    Bulawayo - Rangemore Primary by 4pm 174 votes cast with 17 turned away, 7 aliens and 10 without proper documentation. Only ZEC officials present at this polling station with no election observers.

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