PICTURES: #ZimDecides2018

People in Mbare celebrate after officials announced the re-election of

President Emmerson Mnangagwa

Supporters celebrate at the Harare International Convention Centre in the early hours

People in Mbare celebrate

People in Mbare celebrate

Supporters sing and dance soon after the announcement

Supporters sing and dance soon after the results of the Presidential elections

were announced at the Harare International Convention Centre

A vendor sells sponges near newspaper headlines on the streets of Harare

Supporters of the newly reelected Zimbabwe President Emmerson Mnangagwa

celebrate in Mbare

People in Mbare celebrate

A man reads a Zimbabwean newspaper the day after the violence on the

streets of Harare

A soldier fires live rounds at protesters in Harare on Wednesday

A wounded man reacts at the sight of soldiers while taking shelter in a

stall at a market in Harare

Supporters of the opposition Movement for Democratic Change party (MDC)

light a fire in the streets of Harare.

Soldiers open fire to disperse crowds of the opposition Movement for

Democratic Change supporters outside the party’s headquarters in Harare

Opposition MDC party supporters hold a voting placard up high on a

street in Harare

A supporter of Zimbabwean opposition MDC Alliance allegedly beaten up by

soldiers sits with blood on his face as other protesters assist him


A vendor scurries for cover with her wares as soldiers disperse demonstrators

A wounded man hides under a tarpauling while the Zimbabwean Army patrols

the streets of Harare

Zimbabwean anti riot police officers close the entrance to the Rainbow Towers

where the election’s results were announced, as supporters of the opposition party

Movement for Democratic Change (MDC), protest against alleged widespread fraud by

the election authority and ruling party, in Harare, on August 1, 2018.

Zimbabwe’s ruling ZANU-PF party won the most seats in parliament, official

results showed on August 1, 2018, but EU observers criticised the

Zimbabwe elections for being held on an “un-level playing field”. / AFP PHOTO / Luis TATO

Soldiers open fire on citizens

Citizens run the Zimbabwean army during protests in Harare

Supporters of the opposition party Movement for Democratic Change (MDC),

tear up ballot booths durinas they demand results of general election in

Harare, Zimbabwe. (File:AFP)

Supporters of the opposition protest in the streets of Harare as

police fire tear gas

A soldier assaults a man on the streets of Harare during protests

Zimbabwean anti riot police officers sit in a truck, look at a supporter of the

opposition party Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) who takes part in a protest

against alleged widespread fraud by the election authority and ruling party, after

the announcement of the election’s results, outside the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission

(ZEC) headquarters in Harare on August 1, 2018, as supporters

Zimbabwe’s ruling ZANU-PF party won the most seats in parliament, official

results showed on August 1, 2018, but EU observers criticised the

Zimbabwe elections for being held on an “un-level playing field”. / AFP PHOTO / Luis TATO

Soldiers patrol the streets during protests in Harare

A man lies dead after the Zimbabwean army shot at protesters in Harare

Zimbabwean soldiers beats an opposition supporter on the streets of Harare

Supporters of the opposition protest in the streets of Harare

Supporters of the opposition burn a campaign banner of the ruling

Zanu-PF party

A man casts his vote in Mbare, a suburb of Zimbabwean capital Harare

A police officer keeps watch of queuing voters in Mbare

Voters stand in line outside a polling station in Mbare

Oppostion leader Nelson Chamisa casts his vote

Zimbabwean president Emmerson Mnangagwa casts his vote

Former president Robert Mugabe prepares to cast his vote in Harare

A woman casts her vote in Mbare, a suburb of capital Harare

A woman casts her vote in the township of Makokoba

A police officer casts his vote in Mbare

Supporters of the opposition MDC (Movement for Democratic Change) party

attends the final campaign rally in Harare on July 28

Supporters of the opposition MDC (Movement for Democratic Change) party

attends the final campaign rally in Harare on July 28

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