Voter turnout is high in Zimbabwe’s first broad race since long-serving ruler Robert Mugabe was removed, authorities say.
Outside onlookers have hailed the decision as an open door for Zimbabwe to break with its severe past.
The presidential decision is relied upon to be a tight challenge between the officeholder Emmerson Mnangagwa and his fundamental opponent Nelson Chamisa.
Parliamentary and neighborhood races are likewise occurring on Monday.
Feeling surveys give Mr Mnangagwa, who heads the decision Zanu-PF party, a limited lead over Mr Chamisa, the competitor of the resistance MDC Alliance. The two pioneers are running for the administration for the principal tim