31 Jul LATEST DEVELOPMENTS ON THE ZIM ELECTIONS

Zimbabwe held its first elections yesterday, since former president Robert Mugabe was ousted out of power last year. Monday's elections marked the first time in 38 years Zimbabweans did not see Mugabe's name on the ballot paper. There were 23 candidates running for president BUT the front runners are likely to be the country's current President, Emmerson Mnangagwa and main opposition candidate, Nelson Chamisa. Meanwhile, some Zimbabweans working and living outside the country were unable to vote in yesterday's elections. For more we are now joined by

GUEST: Wadzanai Pasipamire, a Zimbabwean, living in London. She says "It's bitter-sweet for Zimbabweans in the Diaspora, who are witnessing such an important day from afar".
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