With President Robert Mugabe holding fast onto the reigns of Zanu-PF, can Zimbabweans hope for change in their country?
Authorities have been urged to investigate a hedge fund after it funded a $100m loan that allegedly helped Mugabe to steal the 2008 elections.
MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai has approached the Electoral Court seeking an order for the ZEC to hand over all the voters' details
The party is mulling over disengaging from President Robert Mugabe's government in the hope it will push him to negotiate.
The re-election of Mugabe has brought fears of instability and an economic crisis to the fore.
Zanu-PF has rejected Jacob Zuma's continued mediation in Zimbabwe, saying there was no longer a need for it after last week's polls.
Though the government of national unity was not able to change much, the future looks darker now.
Robert Mugabe's Zanu-PF used the people's hunger for land to win support in key constituencies formerly held by the opposition MDC.
As the bloc 'washes its hands' of Zimbabwe's poll, it's up to Botswana to get it back on the agenda.
Calling them 'credible' means the bar had to be lowered if any African election experience was to pass the test.