By Associated Press
TENDAI Biti who was denied asylum in Zambia and then charged at home with inciting public violence has said “the struggle continues” after the constitutional court upheld President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s narrow election win.
Commenting on Twitter, the opposition politician said “we will take body blows but we will continue our fight for truth and justice.”
His treatment drew international concern about a crackdown on the opposition in Zimbabwe. The government has blamed him for protests in the capital after the peaceful July 30 vote.
The court unanimously said the opposition failed to present “sufficient and credible” evidence to back its claims of vote-rigging.
The ruling Zanu-PF party has held power since independence in 1980 and Mnangagwa’s inauguration is expected on Sunday.