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Explosion at Zimbabwean President Mnangagwa election rally

By CNBC Africa
25 June 2018   |   12:55 pm
Zimbabwe President Emmerson Mnangagwa escaped unhurt after an explosion rocked a stadium in Bulawayo where he had addressed a political rally on Saturday, for more CNBC Africa is joined by Political Consultant and Strategist Acie Lumumba.

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