Zimbabwe's Constitutional Court dismissed the opposition's MDC Alliance leader, Nelson Chamisa's, challenge against Emmerson Mnangagwa's victory following the July the 30th elections.
The court judgment means that Mnangagwa is still Zimbabwe's president-elect. Chamisa's lawyers alleged that there was massive doctoring of the vote to keep Mnangagwa in office. However, lawyers for Mnangagwa insisted that there was insufficient evidence. Zimbabwe's Chief Justice Luke Malaba handed down judgment in the capital, Harare.
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