By Paul Nyathi|Police with water cannons are circulating in Zimbabwe’s capital as the country waits for the first official results.
Dozens of Zimbabwean opposition supporters have gathered at their headquarters in the capital, celebrating in the belief that they have won the presidential election despite the lack of official results.
The supporters are dancing to music blaring from speakers mounted on a truck at the offices of the Movement for Democratic Change party, which says it conducted its own count.
The opposition says results it has collected from around the country show “beyond a reasonable doubt” that Nelson Chamisa has won the presidential election.
It says 21 percent of the V11 forms meant to proclaim election results outside polling stations were deliberately not posted at polling stations by the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission in order to twist the results.