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Zimbabwe election: Emmerson Mnangagwa declared winner

Incumbent Emmerson Mnangagwa has won Zimbabwe’s presidential election, according to official results, in a poll marred by deadly violence and opposition allegations of vote rigging. Mnangagwa, of the ruling ZANU-PF party, won 50.8 percent of the votes cast, with his closest rival Nelson Chamisa, of the Movement for Democratic Change[…]

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Voters cast ballots in landmark polls

Millions of Zimbabweans are heading to the polls to vote in the country’s first elections since independence in 1980 without the name of long-time leader Robert Mugabe on the ballot. Polling stations opened at 7am (05:00 GMT) on Monday and will close at 7pm (17:00 GMT). More than five million[…]

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Zimbabwe’s Mnangagwa seeks end to Western sanctions

Zimbabwe’s new President Emmerson Mnangagwa is seeking the removal of sanctions imposed by Western countries, saying they are crippling national development. He also indicated that elections due next July could be brought forward. Speaking to governing Zanu-PF party leaders, Mr Mnangagwa said the government would do everything to make sure[…]

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Robert Mugabe resigns as Zimbabwe’s president

BREAKING NEWS: Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe has submitted his resignation after nearly four decades as the country’s leader. Mugabe defied demands to step down for almost a week after a military takeover and expulsion from his own ruling ZANU-PF party but stepped down on Tuesday, hours after parliament started an[…]

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Heartbreak in Harare after Mugabe fails to resign

As a noon deadline for President Robert Mugabe to resign nears, as imposed by Zimbabwe’s ruling party, people remain in a state of shock after ther 93-year-old leader refused to bow to pressure and quit. Public expectation was high that Mugabe, under incredible pressure to quit, would tender his resignation[…]

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