Zimbabwe

Tsvangirai to reveal how Zanu-PF 'rigged' polls

2013-09-09 11:52
Morgan Tsvangirai (Picture: AFP)

Morgan Tsvangirai (Picture: AFP)

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Cape Town – The Movement for Democratic Change leader Morgan Tsvangirai is on Saturday set to reveal how the 31 July elections were "stolen", a report says.

Tsvangirai is expected to address a rally dubbed "What Happened" in Mutare where his party will also be commemorating its 14th anniversary, Daily News said.

This would be Tsvangirai’s first address to his supporters after he lost to President Robert Mugabe in an election which saw the veteran leader clinching 61% of the presidential vote.

MDC’s national organising secretary, Nelson Chamisa said Tsvangirai will provide answers to how Mugabe's Zanu-PF "rigged" the elections.

This comes at a time when SADC has endorsed the election result as "free, peaceful and generally credible".

Read more on:    mdc  |  zanu-pf  |  morgan tsvangirai  |  nelson chamisa  |  robert mugabe  |  zimbabwe  |  zimbabwe elections 2013  |  southern africa

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