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Zimbabwe election: Zanu-PF deny voting irregularities

3 August 2013 Last updated at 11:06 BST

With almost all the votes counted in Zimbabwe's election, President Mugabe's Zanu-PF party appears to have secured a commanding majority in parliament.

The poll has been broadly endorsed by the two main election monitor groups but Zanu-PF's main rival, the Movement for Democratic Change, said it would not accept the results, alleging that there was massive fraud.

Nomsa Maseko reports from Zimbabwe.

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