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Taurai Maduna went around Harare on Election Day, March 29 and captured these images.

Captions:

  1. President Robert Mugabe casts his ballot at Mhofu Primary School.
  2. Residents of Glen View township in Harare push and shove to enter

    Glen View 3 Primary School where they where casting their ballots.

    Some residents in Harare are reported to have arrived at some polling

    stations as early as 3am.

  3. Zimbabweans who voted in the harmonised elections could be

    identified with a painted finger. This is meant to ensure nobody votes

    twice.

  4. A woman walks past a wall campaign posters in Budiriro One in

    Harare on election day. Most shops where closed since the day was

    declared a public holiday.

  5. An election monitor from the Zimbabwe Election Support Network

    (ZESN) monitors proceedings at a polling station in Harare.

  6. President Robert Mugabe speaks to the media after casting his

    ballot at Mhofu Primary School.

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