Zimbabwe’s Nick Mangwana, Zanu PF UK Chairman, and Jameson Timba, chief election agent for Nelson Chamisa, talk to DW
Zimbabweans are still waiting to hear who will be the country's next president. DW's Privilege Musvanhiri has compiled these election takeaways.
Zimbabwe's ruling party ZANU-PF has won the most seats in parliament in the first elections since Robert Mugabe's ousting, according to the electoral commission. EU observers voiced "serious concerns" about the vote.
Roughly 75 percent of 5.5 million eligible voters have cast their ballots in Zimbabwe's presidential election. The likely choice comes down to two men, neither of whom is called Robert Mugabe.
Zimbabweans vote next week in the first elections in nearly 40 years without longtime leader Robert Mugabe. With rampant unemployment and an ongoing cash crisis, the outcome might not change much economically.
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