Zimbabweans to go to polls undeterred by bomb blast
Zimbabweans are heading to the polls in the next few weeks.
They will be casting their ballots, not only on what appears to be a dramatically changed political landscape but also with looming fears of a destabilised country followed the recent bomb blast at the Zanu-PF rally in Bulawayo.
Speaking to Clement Manyathela on The Midday Report, Independent Analyst and Constitutional Law expert Brian Kagoro says the bomb blast was an unfortunate incident and any loss of human life should always be condemned.
But the bombing of installations is not new in the recent Zimbabwean politics. You know that the Daily Printing Press was bombed, Radio VOP was bombed, we have had these incidences of bombings so this isolated incident will not cause the level of instability that is projected.Brian Kagoro, Independent Analyst and Constitutional Law expert
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