Mugabe's economic legacy overshadows Zimbabwe's election

Robert Mugabe might be gone, but Zimbabwe's economy is still struggling and with the election approaching, both the ZANU-PF and the opposition are promising changes.

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    Zimbabwe is heading to the polls on Monday to elect its next president.

    For the first time in nearly 40 years, Robert Mugabe's name will not be on the ballot.

    But his legacy of an economy in ruins continues to overshadow the campaigning.

    Voters hope the results will help end years of economic isolation.

    Al Jazeera's Malcolm Webb reports from Harare.


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