Polls close in Zimbabwe's first election after Mugabe

From Morning Report, 8:56 am on 31 July 2018

Polls have closed in Zimbabwe where five million registered voters were expected to cast their ballot. Turnout has been high in the country's first general election since former leader Robert Mugabe was ousted last November. It's expected to be a tight contest between the current President Emmerson Mnangagwa from the ruling Zanu-PF Party and his main rival Nelson Chamisa who leads the MDC Alliance. Alex Perrottet speaks with our correspondent Krista Mahr about the mood in the capital, Harare.