Zimbabwe's President Emmerson Mnangagwa re-elected for final term
Emmerson Mnangagwa was re-elected as the President of Zimbabwe for a second and final five-year term.
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The announcement of Mnangagwa's victory was immediately denied by the opposition party's spokesman, who criticized the quick announcement and lack of proper result verification.
The results of Mnangagwa's re-election ensure the continued dominance of the ZANU-PF party in governing the country.
The party has maintained control of Zimbabwe's leadership throughout the 43-year period since the country's renaming in 1980, which followed liberation from white minority rule.
It is a landlocked country in Southern Africa.
The Zambezi River flows through Zimbabwe and is home to Victoria Falls.
Victoria Falls plunges 108 meters down the Batoka Gorge.
Downstream of the Zambezi River are the Matusadona and Mana Pools National Parks.
Capital - Harare
Currency - United States Dollar
Official languages - Shona, English, Tshwa language, Xhosa
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