International concern over Zimbabwe vote
African and western countries remain at odds over what to do about Robert Mugabe's disputed election victory in Zimbabwe.
Germany and Australia have now joined Britain, America and the European Union in expressing concern about allegations of vote rigging.
But the South African President, and the African Union, have urged all sides in Zimbabwe to accept the results.
In Harare attention is now turning to what the ruling party will do with their majority.
Nomsa Maseko reports.
- 4 August 2013
- BBC News