Zimbabwe is to hold its harmonised elections on 30 July, a Monday, President Emmerson Mnangagwa proclaimed today through a government gazette.
The Nomination Court will sit on 14 June to register candidates for the elections.
According to the Constitution the Nomination Court must sit not less than 14 days after the proclamation and the elections must be held not less than 30 days but not more than 63 days after the sitting.
Mnangagwa was given the go ahead to call elections but the Constitutional Court which said it was his constitutional obligation.
He gazetted the Electoral Act on Monday.