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‘Army will influence election results’

LEGAL think-tank, Veritas has said the military had a strong influence over the way people voted in yesterday’s elections, although top military officials have publicly declared that they would recognise the presidential winner regardless of political affiliation. Veritas, in its latest report released on Sunday, said most Zimbabweans were still sceptical

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Zim waits with bated breath

MILLIONS of Zimbabweans trooped to the polls from as early as 3am yesterday to cast their votes in an historic election that observers and candidates said was held in the best atmosphere since the country’s independence from British rule 38 years ago. As voting ended yesterday, the agonising wait for results

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Chamisa, ED in tight race

A RECORD 75% of registered voters took part in Zimbabwe’s tightly-contested elections yesterday, where top presidential contenders — Emmerson Mnangagwa (Zanu PF) and Nelson Chamisa (MDC Alliance) — are reportedly in a neck-to-neck race, with the first batch of results expected this morning.   Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec) chairperson Justice Priscilla Chigumba

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Jonathan Moyo breathes fire after Mnangagwa withdrew soldiers from Mugabe’s home over Nelson Chamisa endorsement

The Emmerson Mnangagwa led Zimbabwean Government has just pulled out soldiers guarding former President Robert Mugabe’s Blue Roof house in Harare after the later asked voters choose MDC Alliance in today’s elections. The soldiers have been guarding Mugabe’s premises since November last year when he resigned. Commenting on the knee jerk reaction

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