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Talk Africa: Zimbabwe’s new beginning     

Zimbabweans went to the polls on July 30th, the first time ever in 38 years without former long-serving president Robert Mugabe’s name on the ballot. With voter turnout stood at over 70% percent, with incumbent president Emmerson Mnangagwa garnering 50.8 percent ahead of front-running opposition MDC party leader Nelson Chamisa’s 44.3 percent. While Minagawa pledged unity, Chamisa decided to challenge the…

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