Zimbabweans are pushing for a transitional government to pave the way for electoral, economic and political reforms following a disputed poll in which incumbent Emmerson Mnangagwa was controversially re-elected for a second term.
But the ruling party ZANU-PF has termed this idea as ‘divisive’ and insists on retaining the status quo.
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