On Monday, the South African branch of the Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) opposition party conducted a campaign march and rally in Hillbrow, Johannesburg as part of their voter mobilization efforts.
The campaign aimed to encourage Zimbabweans to return home to vote for CCC leader Nelson Chamisa in the upcoming polls, as he is seen as the biggest contender against President Emmerson Mnangagwa.
Videos on social media showed CCC members carrying placards and flags while being escorted by the South African Police Services.
The campaign has been taking place throughout South Africa, with the CCC preparing to transport people to Beitbridge to register to vote.
The voter registration blitz by the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission will end on March 21.