The ruling Zanu PF party has won two thirds majority in parliament, which will enable the party to make decisions in parliament even without the vote of the opposition National Assembly members.

The latest batch of results announced by the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) took Zanu PF’s tally to over 140 out of 210 seats, with results in three constituencies of Harare Province outstanding.

Zanu PF secured all the 18 parliamentary seats in Mashonaland Central Province, 21 out of 23 in Mashonaland East, and 25 out of 26 seats in Masvingo Province enroute to a landslide victory.

The MDC Alliance won the majority of seats in Harare and Bulawayo, while the NPF has one seat in the Midlands Province.

One independent candidate, Temba Mliswa made it to the august house after winning in Norton Constituency, which falls under Mashonaland West province.  

ZEC is yet to announce the presidential results and Chairperson, Justice Priscilla Chigumba requested election agents of the 23 presidential candidates to visit the ZEC secretariat to verify the V11 forms that have been sent from the provinces pending the announcement.