The country holds its first vote since Robert Mugabe’s downfall in November after nearly 40 years in power.
Zimbabwe holds a general election on July 30, the first without Mugabe who was forced out of office after a brief military takeover last year
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Afrobarometer says Mnangagwa would garner 44 percent of the vote while his nearest rival, Nelson Chamisa of the Movement for Democratic Change, will get about 28 percent.
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According to a survey conducted by the Mass Public Opinion Institute in collaboration with Afrobarometer, ZANU PF will get 42 % of votes while the Movement for Democratic Alliance will get 31% of vote.
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The ZANU-PF ruling party, which has been accused of using violence and fraud in previous elections, called the march a departure from the past.
The southern African nation had since 2013, under former president Robert Mugabe, unsuccessfully tried to seize the land from Zimplats, the country’s biggest platinum miner.
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'... We want to know who is printing the ballot papers, we want to know how many ballot papers have been printed, we want an audit of the biometric voters’ roll.'