HISTORY is being made in Zimbabwe as the 2018 elections
will be the country's first without Robert Mugabe as a candidate.
Mugabe has been the president and face of ZANU-PF since
He has ruled over Zimbabwe for nearly four decades on a
ZANU-PF ticket and was forced to step down under military pressure last year.
But it appears he won't be voting for a political party that
he led for a long time in this year's election.
On Sunday Mugabe said he will not be voting
for the people who tormented him.
The battle of the Zimbabawe's election is between the two
main contenders, 75-year-old president Emmerson
Mnangagwa, and 40-year-old MDC leader Nelson Chamisa.