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>> Zimbabwe's election last week was meant to turn a page on the past. But an army clamp down and opposition to allegations of rigging, have left the capital Harare divided. Dilation Dongo says he felt privileged to be voting for the first time, age 32, after four decades of Robert Mugabe's iron rule.
But the victory of the incumbent president, Emmerson Mnangagwa, has disillusioned this opposition supporter, who says he's lost faith in democracy.>> As a cab man, I go round with the people, two or three heard they talking about but most of the people in Harare, they are not celebrating, they are not enjoying the results.
>> The leader of the opposition Movement for Democratic Change, Nelson Chamisa, says the vote was rigged and has promised to challenge it. And opposition anger has been fueled by the arrest of their supporters after the violence, in which six people were killed. 27 MDC member appear in court Monday, in what the party called scare tactics.
But Mnangagwa, or ED to his supporters, has a strong base too. This street vendor says he's excited to see what he'll achieve in the next five years.>> ED is our man, and there will never be anyone who can rule this country until his term is finished.>> Mnangagwa has said the army's use of violence in Harare, which were called Mugabe-era tactics, will be investigated.