Violence in Zimbabwe as Zanu-PF wins majority
Voting has given way to deadly violence in Zimbabwe after opposition supporters clashed with armed police and soldiers over allegations the results of the Presidential election have been rigged. Three people have been shot dead in the protests overnight over the delay in declaring who won. The results for the Parliamentary elections HAS BEEN released with the ruling Zanu-PF winning two thirds of the seats, enough seats to change the constitution. The spokesperson for the opposition MDC party, N-kuku-kelo Sabandi, has condemned the violence. Krista Mahr has been covering the Zimbabwe election. She speaks to Susie Ferguson.