Zimbabweans Air Anger Amid Economic Meltdown

CHINHOYI, ZIMBABWE Pro-government statements are the norm in Chinhoyi, the hometown of former president Robert Mugabe. But that was not the case at a public meeting Saturday, as Zimbabweans grappling with poverty amid the flailing economy are using every chance they can to voice to …

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Update: Almost 60% of votes counted in South Africa

PRETORIA, South Africa's Electoral Commission (IEC) had finalised results from 13,731 of the 22,924 voting stations (59.89%), totaling 8.9 million votes at 6.30pm on Thursday.

Results from a further 2,577 voting stations had been captured and were awaiting audit and finalization, the IEC said in …

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