Zimbabwe opposition strike fails

Many Zimbabwean shops and businesses are open as usual despite opposition calls for a general strike to press for election results to be published.

Correspondents say many people cannot afford to lose a day’s pay, while some say they have not heard of the strike. Armed police and soldiers are on patrol, even though there are no plans for street protests.

The opposition says Morgan Tsvangirai defeated President Robert Mugabe and that the count is being rigged. This is denied by the government, while the police accuse Mr. Tsvangirai’s Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) of “agitating for violence” by calling for the strike.

So now we know who supports Mugabe, by the way how did they build their businesses? Black market and red blood?

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