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Zimbabwe elections: Claims against electoral roll

6 August 2013 Last updated at 21:55 BST

There has been more criticism of Zimbabwe's disputed elections, with neighbouring Botswana now emerging to say that they were not free and fair.

The MDC has also called the poll fraudulent, with its leader, Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai, vowing take legal action to contest the results.

President Robert Mugabe's supporters have countered the allegations, saying they are part of a smear campaign by opponents.

Nomsa Maseko reports

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