Mugabe rejects poll delay calls
Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe has brushed aside last minute calls for Friday's disputed presidential run-off election to be postponed or called off.
Mr Mugabe said his party Zanu-PF would continue to rule the country as they believed it should be ruled.
But in his final campaign speech, he offered talks with the opposition Movement for Democratic Change (MDC).
Amid continuing violence on its supporters, the MDC has withdrawn from the contest.
However, MDC leader Morgan Tsvangirai said his supporters should vote rather than face violent reprisals.
Reports suggested Zanu-PF membership cards were selling for huge sums of money on the black market.