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Election pictures: During and after

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NewsDay gives you the week that saw many Zimbabweans going out to vote in the harmonised presidential and parliamentary elections in pictures.

Newspaper headlines on the morning of July 31. Picture: Cynthia R Matonhodze
Newspaper headlines on the morning of July 31. Picture: Cynthia R Matonhodze

People of Mbare queue in the early hours of July 31 to cast their vote. Picture: Aaron Ufumeli
People of Mbare queue in the early hours of July 31 to cast their vote. Picture: Aaron Ufumeli

"I cast my vote." A woman poses for a picture after voting in Uzumba at Gapara in Murehwa North contituency on July 31. Picture: Cynthia R Matonhodze
“I cast my vote.” A woman poses for a picture after voting in Uzumba at Gapara in Murehwa North contituency on July 31. Picture: Cynthia R Matonhodze

MDC-T president Morgan Tsvangirai and his wife Elizabeth Tsvangirai cast their vote at Mount Pleasant high school on election day. Picture: Aaron Ufumeli
MDC-T president Morgan Tsvangirai and his wife Elizabeth Tsvangirai cast their vote at Mount Pleasant high school on election day. Picture: Aaron Ufumeli

Zanu PF president Robert Mugabe casts his ballot at Mhofu Primary School on election day. Picture: Aaron Ufumeli
Zanu PF president Robert Mugabe casts his ballot at Mhofu Primary School on election day. Preliminary results suggest that Zanu PF has won most constituencies. Picture: Aaron Ufumeli

Woman wait to vote at Sowa turn off in Maramba Pfungwe on election day. Picture: Cynthia r Matonhodze
Woman wait to vote at Sowa turn off in Maramba Pfungwe on election day. Picture: Cynthia R Matonhodze

Election officers at Maramba Hih School in Uzumba. Picture: Cynthia R Matonhodze
Election officers at Maramba Hih School in Uzumba. Picture: Cynthia R Matonhodze

Residents of Hopley Farm  in Harare queue up in the early hours of a very cold day, 31 July 2013 to cast their vote. Picture: Aaron Ufumeli
Residents of Hopley Farm in Harare queue up in the early hours of a very cold day, 31 July 2013 to cast their vote. Picture: Aaron Ufumeli

ZEC officers check through a voter's roll in the evening before voting closed in Mabvuku on election day. Picture: Aaron Ufumeli
ZEC officers check through a voter’s roll in the evening before voting closed in Mabvuku on election day. Picture: Aaron Ufumeli

Zimbabweans check election results posted outside a polling station in Mbare on August 1. Picture: Aaron Ufumeli
Zimbabweans check election results posted outside a polling station in Mbare on August 1. Picture: Aaron Ufumeli

At a press conference held a day after the elections MDC – T leader Morgan Tsvangirai declared the harmonised elections as null and void citing a litany of allegations over the manner in which the polls were held. Picture: Aaron Ufumeli
At a press conference held a day after the elections MDC – T leader Morgan Tsvangirai declared the harmonised elections as null and void citing a litany of allegations over the manner in which the polls were held. Meanwhile the SADC and AU observer missions have endorsed the presidential and parliamentary elections as ‘free and peaceful’ despite some logistical challenges that affected the special vote process and the late availability of the voters’ roll. Picture: Aaron Ufumeli

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