Zimbabwe election: Emmerson Mnangagwa calls for unity:
Emmerson Mnangagwa says he will be a leader for all Zimbabweans in a call for unity after rows broke out over his election victory.
The New president Elect appealed for peace after six people were killed in post-election violence.
This was the first election since long-term leader Robert Mugabe was ousted.
Speaking to the press, President Mnangagwa said that Mr Chamisa would have “a crucial role to play in Zimbabwe’s president and its unfolding future”.
The opposition leader said he had evidence that ballot boxes were being transported in open trucks allowing them to be tampered with.
Results of the parliamentary election gave Zanu-PF 144 seats; the MDC Alliance, which is made up of seven parties, 64 seats, and one seat to the National Patriotic Front, formed by Mugabe loyalists.