UPDATED: National assembly & Council By-election results

THE results for the just ended National Assembly and Council by-elections continue to come in from different parts of the country while other constituencies are still collating the results and compiling them.

Some of the results received so far are as follows;
In Highfield East Constituency CCC’s Erick Murai polled 5610 votes to win the seat. Erick Murai, therefore, retains the seat he had won in 2018.

In Kuwadzana Constituency Matambo Johnson of Citizens Coalition for Change has been declared the winner after getting 7157 votes. Nhambu Betty of ZANU PF followed with 2636 votes. Madamombe Fatima of MDC A had 259 votes while UDA’s Mapfumo Nesbet got 56 votes.

In Nkulumame Constituency vote counting and verification has also been concluded with CCC’s Kucaca Ivumile Phulu garnering 2760 votes, thereby retaining the seat he won in 2018.

David Ndlovu of Zanu PF polled 1900 votes, Gideon Mangena of MDC A 150 votes, Gegory Ncube of RPZ 45votes, and Dumisani Tokwido of DOP 18votes.

In Kambuzuma Constituency CCC’s Willias Madzimure garnered 4 457 votes, subsequently retaining the seat he won in 2018.

ZANU PF candidate Oscar Nyamunokora got 1800 votes, while MDC Alliance’s Fungai Chiposi polled 154. There were 79 spoilt ballot papers.

The counting of votes in Marondera central has also been completed with Caston Matewu of the CCC winning the polls after accumulating 6 756 votes.

In Chivi South Constituency Zanu PF candidate Munyaradzi Zizhou polled 6832 to win the seat. Mhlolo Paul Thompson of CCC got 1414 votes, while Shadreck Mapope of MDC Alliance got 252, Faith Chuma of Patriotic Zimbabweans got 139 votes and 209 were spoilt votes.

In Glen Norah Constituency CCC’s Chikombo Wellington polled 5098 votes, thereby retaining the seat he won in 2018.

MDC Alliance’s Mabhande Israel won 280 votes, Zanu-PF Magaya Chrispen Allen garnered 1552 votes. Munyuki Allan of UDA won 49 votes while Garwe Kuda garnered 58 votes.

Counting and verification of results in the Murewa South constituency has ended with Zanu Pf retaining the seat after its candidate Nyasha Masoka garnered 11 125 to replace the late Cde Joel Bigie Matiza who died last year.

In Kwekwe Central constituency the Citizens Coalition for Change candidate Judith Tobaiwa has been declared the new legislator of the constituency after garnering 6 639 votes.

ZANU PF’s Zalerah Makari has won the Epworth constituency seat after garnering 10 248 votes. Makari beat 4 other contestants, Earthrage kureva from CCC who had 8283 votes, Mhetu Togarepi of the MDC alliance 745 votes, Musiyadzaanikwa Richard of LEAD 92 and Innocent Hazvina an independent candidate 441.

Counting of votes and verification have also been completed in Mufakose Constituency with CCC’s Susan Matsunga polling 4039 votes and being declared the winner of the parliamentary by-election.

In Binga North, CCC’s Dubeko Prince Sibanda polled 10 130 to win the seat, Mudimba Peggy of the MDCA got 356 votes, Munkuli Disciple Independent got 220 votes.