Countdown to Zimbabwe elections

There are five days to go to the Zimbabwe elections taking place on 30 July.

It marks the first election in which citizens will vote for a new president since Robert Mugabe was forced out last year.

READ: Hiccups as Zimbabwe elections draws near

Journalist at Sunday Times Ray Ndlovu says it is all systems go in terms of preparations for the elections.

All the political parties are busy in their final week of campaigns and we see ZANU-PF holding its final rally on Friday.

Ray Ndlovu, Journalist at Sunday Times

And the MDC Alliance will stage its final rally on Saturday.

Ray Ndlovu, Journalist at Sunday Times

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