ED : 2008 POLLS FREE AND FAIR

President Mnangagwa says the 2008 elections were free and fair with no political violence recorded.

He told The Economist :“It was fair, very fair. Where is the evidence for violence? Not a single case was taken to the police.” 

On land reform he says he only has one farm. “No, no, it is one farm, one person. “I have 404 hectares and I paid for the equipment myself.”


Mnangagwa admits, however, that Zimbabwe “became almost a country without friends” under Robert Mugabe, who was ejected in a coup last year. Now “Zimbabwe is open for business,” says Mnangagwa, speaking in his home in Borrowdale.

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