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back to all insights |Published 8th Aug 2018

Zimbabwe is facing a new age after holding its first election in 38 years without Robert Mugabe’s name on the ballot. With the electoral commission on 3 August announcing that Emmerson Mnangagwa has won the presidential election, what’s next for the country?

Africa Practice East Africa Client Service Lead, Rishon Chimboza speaks to CGTN about what the impact of the election is likely to have on the country.

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Rishon Chimboza is a strategic communications, stakeholder engagement and policy advocacy expert with experience advising at executive and ministerial-level in 13 African countries. He has also led teams of renowned experts providing technical assistance to governments on projects funded donor agencies.