Mugabe won in cities
Zimbabwe electoral officials say President Robert Mugabe won in the main cities in an election that has been widely denounced.
The results, being announced area by area Sunday, also showed a high number of spoiled ballots.
In the opposition stronghold of Bulawayo, official results showed Mugabe got about 21,000 votes, opposition candidate Morgan Tsvangirai had about 13,000, while more than 9,000 ballots were spoiled.
Mugabe was the only candidate in Friday's vote, which followed a campaign of violence against opposition supporters.
Tsvangirai had withdrawn because of the violence, though his name remained on the ballot. His supporters may have spoiled their ballots.
Earlier a group of African lawmakers, which observed Zimbabwe's one-man election called on Sunday for the holding of a new round of polling, dismissing last week's vote as neither free nor fair.
Marwick Khumalo, head of the Pan African Parliament (PAP) mission, said his team of around 50 observers concluded that "the atmosphere prevailing in the country did not give rise to the conduct of free, fair and credible elections".
"Conditions should be put in place for the holding of free, fair and credible elections as soon as possible," he added at a press conference.
"The political environment throughout the country was tense, hostile and volatile ... characterised by an electoral campaign marred by high levels of intimidation, violence, displacement of people, abductions, and loss of life."
Marwick, a Swaziland national, said "hate speech, incitement of violence and war rhetoric instilled fear and trepidation amongst voters.