Flawed and, probably, fraudulent elections were held last week in a climate of fear. As expected, Emmerson Mnangagwa, Zimbabwe’s unpopular president, and his governing Zanu-PF were returned to power.

Remarkably, however, this time around the victory margin was just above 50%, the Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC), an opposition coalition, managed to secure more than 40% of votes...

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