Zanu-PF ruling party won the parliamentary elections in Zimbabwe. The party has 109 seats available, indicating that they have a majority in the referendum, according to the country’s electoral commission. The Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) has won 41 seats, while the 58-seater has not been announced, according to the election commission.
Zimbabwe’s presidential election has begun on Monday, the first time a longtime leader has been elected President. We are very happy with the results. So far, it shows that the people of Zimbabwe have entrusted ZANU-PF to lead them and we will do our best to meet the people’s wishes in the constituencies that elected us,” ZANU-PF spokesman Nick Mangwana told reporters.