Political analyst and Director of the Zimbabwe Democracy Institute Pedzisayi Ruhanya said a two thirds majority win for Zanu PF means a return to one party state
Dozens of the party’s disgruntled supporters, who allege the vote was rigged, are demanding action.
Bankers say clients fear that they may lose their deposits in various currencies in the same manner they lost billions of worthless Zimbabwean dollars when the country introduced a multiple currency system in 2009
The head of the African Union delegation that observed Wednesday's elections, former Nigerian president Olusegun Obasanjo, described the polls as free and fair
Some investors fear that the Zanu PF government will implement its indigenization programme compelling foreign-owned companies operating in the country to transfer majority stakes to local people
'The indications from Wednesday are that we are going to have an unprecedented landslide victory in this election'
'The people who were bused are those who had been turned away from polling stations and I therefore see no problem in doing that'
Independent monitors and international observers say Zanu PF will have a clean sweep in Masvingo, Manicaland, Matabeleland South, Mashonaland West, Mashonaland Central and Mashonaland East
'The shoddy manner in which it has been conducted and the consequent illegitimacy of the result will plunge this country into a serious crisis'
Mr. Mugabe told reporters shortly after casting his vote that he is prepared to serve a full term if Zimbabweans give him another mandate in the polls
'I complained that one of the people who was said to be illiterate and needed to be assisted was a teacher and nobody listened to me'
Zanu PF member and fellow at Harvard University's Du Bois Institute for African Research, Garikayi Chengu, said he is confident his party will win the election judging from previous opinion polls