Zimbabweans Turn Out in Their Millions to Vote

Zimbabweans took to the polls in their millions, with most polling stations recording an average voter turnout of 75 percent, Zimbabwe Electoral Commission chairperson Justice Priscilla Chigumba told journalists last night.


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    Former president Mr Robert Mugabe cast his vote at Mhofu Government Primary School in Highfield yesterday. Mr Mugabe, now 94, looked frail and had difficulties in walking when he… Read more »

ZEC Chairperson Justice Priscilla Chigumba addresses a press conference after the close of voting.


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