Violence Won't Kill Dream Of A New Zimbabwe: President Mnangagwa

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The health minister said some of those wounded had lost limbs and some would require "serious surgery", suggesting the number of injured could rise as the government was still consolidating numbers from the various hospitals.

Mohadi suffered leg injuries, while Chiwenga had slight bruises to his face, according to the presidential spokesman George Charamba.

"Egypt expresses its relief at the survival of President Mnangagwa and the failure of the attempt, wishing the injured a speedy recovery", the statement said.

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The blast came as Zimbabwe prepared to hold its first post-Mugabe presidential election on July 30, with 75-year-old Mnangagwa and 40-year-old Nelson Chamisa, the leader of the opposition Movement for Democratic Change, the main contenders. The broadcaster also showed footage of a jovial Mnangagwa walking around the state house gardens in Bulawayo.

The explosive device, which appears to have been thrown detonated just as Mnangagwa and his entourage were alighting from the stage soon after addressing the campaign rally. For a person who has survived several alleged attempts on his life over the past few years and who is presumed to be the target of the Saturday attack, Mnangagwa could have easily thrown caution to the wind and declared war against his rivals, causing unnecessary bloodbath.

He blames the incident on forces bent on derailing progress being made by his administration since he assumed power following the resignation of former president Robert Mugabe last November.

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Mnangagwa has pledged "peaceful, free, fair and credible elections" and called for peace and unity after the attack. Allegations of violence and fraud marked past votes.

"We have no fatalities so far", said Parirenyatwa.

In neighbouring South Africa, President Cyril Ramaphosa condemned the "barbaric and cowardly" attack. Any delays in bringing this matter to finality, as has been the case with other related attacks on the private media and opposition politicians, would cast aspersions on the State's commitment to breaking the cycle of violence.

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