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By Reuters

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(SOUNDBITE) (English) JOHN MAKUMBE, POLITICAL ANALYST, SAYING: "And so Mugabe is going to be very cautious, he is going to congratulate Zuma and he is going to express all the right sentiments, but he is going to be very cautious with him because I think he is aware of Zuma's opposition to him continuing in office forever." (SOUNDBITE) (English) TAFARA MANGUDA, HARARE RESIDENT, SAYING: "I don't think it will change when Zuma comes in. They are the same organisation, they share the same policies, so Mothlante policies versus Zuma's policies will be the same I don't expect them to change." (SOUNDBITE) (English) UNKNOWN HARARE RESIDENT SAYING "I think Zimbabweans should emulate what has been done in South Africa the elections were free and fair." MEN PUSHING BIKES BY ROADSIDE ABIDJAN, IVORY COAST (APRIL 24, 2009) (REUTERS) VARIOUS PEOPLE AND TRAFFIC IN ABIDJAN STREET (SOUNDBITE) (French) ANATOL KOFFI, ABIDJAN RESIDENT, SAYING: "Zuma has been involved in several cases in the judiciary, I think they have suspended the case, which is a little disadvantage, however, as the ANC is still the majority, it will always have an opportunity to win this election, but it will weaken the ANC a little in light of its conflict with the law.'' VARIOUS OF PEOPLE WALKING ON THE STREET (SOUNDBITE) (French) JEAN JACK OLIVIER, TEACHER, SAYING: "What we need to remember is that we Africans, we can take our destiny in our hands without fighting and swimming into anarchy. And that's what we have learned from this election." VARIOUS STREET SCENES LAGOS, NIGERIA (APRIL 24, 2009) (REUTERS) PEOPLE LOOKING AT NEWSPAPERS LAID OUT IN FRONT OF NEWSTAND
Dateline: 2009

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