SOUTH AFRICAN President Jacob Zuma has challenged Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai to produce evidence of rigging, as reports of Wednesday indicated that President Robert Mugabe was headed for a crushing victory.
Speaking at the launch of the of SABC’s new news channel, Zuma said South Africa was happy that there was no violence.
“Tsvangirai says there is rigging. He has to produce evidence to prove it,” he said. “For us the worry was violence and the election was not violent.
“Once you make a case you’ve got to produce evidence.”
Tsvangirai alleges that the voters’ roll had been manipulated and this had led to it being non-credible.