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  • 2008 harmonised elections - Index of articles


  • Guide to Harare polling stations
    Kubatana.net
    March 28, 2008

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    To vote in the 29 March election, you have to go to a polling station within the Ward in which you are registered.

    If you are a Harare resident, download this guide to help you find polling stations near you.

    If you're able, print it out and share it with others.

    Rembember:

    - Polling stations are open from 7am - 7pm.
    - If you are in the queue at 7pm you MUST be allowed to vote
    - Bring your national ID or passport to vote.
    - Bring your own pen to the polling station - Just in case!
    - Only citizens of Zimbabwe may vote.

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