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Malawi presidential elections: Voters wait a week for results

30 May 2014 Last updated at 16:23 BST

A legal battle over the release of Malawi's electoral results is continuing at the High Court in the country's largest city, Blantyre.

The judge presiding over the case is due to make a decision on whether or not the results will be published on Friday.

On Monday, Malawi's electoral commission ordered a recount in some areas after discovering some voting anomalies after last Tuesday's general election.

It said the amount of votes cast in 58 voting centres was more than the people registered on the voters' roll.

Nomsa Maseko reports from Malawi.

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