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    Heal Zimbabwe Trust
    March 16, 2013

    Harare - Ward 31 at Glen View 1 Primary School polling station, there is a high voter turnout and the majority being the youth.

    Harare - Highfields - "...We want Peace, Peace, Peace ,Peace, Peace,...” President Mugabe continues to appeal for a peaceful Zimbabwe after casting his vote in Highfields.

    Harare - Highfields - "...This Constitution provides that we are all citizens and we are equal...” President Mugabe after casting his vote.

    Mazowe Central - Manomano Business Centre ward 11 voting has started at a high note and the atmosphere is peaceful.

    Muzarabani - Kaungwe polling station in Ward 5, voting started off peacefully. There is a high turn out with the majority being the elderly.

    Guruve - In Zvikamanja business centre polling station, the voter turnout is high and the observers have not yet arrived. There are 4 police officers at the station.

    Muzarabani - There is a high turnout at Muzarabani Community Hall, over 500 people braving the heat to cast their vote.

    Muzarabani - There is a very low turnout in Ward 17 Hoya village. Voting is going on peacefully and the SADC observers have not yet arrived.

    Bindura - Chipadze, Ward 11 at Marimira polling station, voting started at 7am and voter turnout is high. The observers are present and there are 5 police officers at the station.

    Chitungwiza - In Unit N, one Mai Mashi is going through the streets telling residents that all those who have voted must go and register at the ZANU-PF offices near Seke 4 Primary School.

    Buhera South - In ward 29, ZANU-PF officials, Faith Chipadza, Muchazondida Mupinji and one Sonai, a well known war veteran, are taking down names of all people who have cast their votes at Chabata Primary School polling station. Reasons for taking the names are not yet clear.

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