On Wednesday, Zimbabweans will take to the polls to vote for their next president. It's expected to be a repeat showdown between incumbent president Emmerson Mnangawa — known as the “crocodile” — and opposition leader Nelson Chamisa. Observers are saying this election is marred by violence and intimidation against the opposition and its supporters. The World's Africa correspondent Halima Gikandi reports.
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