EU Deploys First Election Observers in Zimbabwe Since 2002
The European Union has began deploying election observers in Zimbabwe for the first time in 16 years ahead of the July 30 election - the first in the country since former president Robert Mugabe resigned after 37 years in power. It will be a key test for incumbent President Emmerson Mnangagwa, who succeeded Mugabe in 2017, and remains untested at the ballot box.
Presidential spokesman George Charamba has told state media that the July 30 vote will go ahead as scheduled despite the suspected bomb explosion that rocked an election rally ... Read more »
An election rally addressed by Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa in the country's second city was bombed on Saturday, in what the government-owned Herald newspaper ... Read more »