Zimbabwe votes on new constitution
Zimbabweans have begun voting in a key referendum on a new constitution, amid simmering political tensions.
Both main parties - Zanu-PF and the MDC - are urging their supporters to back the constitution, which would pave way for new elections later this year.
The polls could end a shaky power-sharing deal between the rival parties following a disputed vote in 2008.
Andrew Harding explains what Zimbabweans are voting on.
16 Mar 2013
- From the section Africa