As the final preparations are being made ahead of Monday's general election in Zimbabwe, activists are calling for peace and tolerance.

Our reporter in the capital, Harare, has been tweeting about a march through the city.

The vote for president and parliament will be the first since long-serving leader President Robert Mugabe was ousted last year.

On Tuesday the UN human rights body said the campaign had been marred by a growing number of reports of voter intimidation and threats of violence.