Opposition leader Nelson Chamisa says his Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) and its coalition partners feel more susceptible to violence after a bomb attack on a Zanu-PF party rally narrowly failed to kill President Emmerson Mnangagwa. According to Reuters, one of Zimbabwe's vice presidents, Constantino Chiwenga and his wife, have minor injuries.
Presidential spokesperson George Charamba told local media that there have been "multiple attempts" on Mr Mnangagwa's life over the years.
The elections are the first in Zimbabwe since Mr Mugabe was forced out after 37 years in power, and the first to be monitored by worldwide observers since 2002.
Mnangagwa is in the city to campaign for votes ahead of nationwide elections due on July 30.
Without mentioning names, Mnangagwa said there were some people who did not accept his presidency and his "usual enemies" were behind the blast.
"We urge the generality of people to give heed to His Excellency the President of Zimbabwe's continuous calls for peace".
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The President himself has openly joked about the attempts, including during his campaigning. Police on Sunday said an investigation continued and a "substantial reward" was offered for information.
He suggested he was the target of the attack, which he said also injured vice president Kemo Mohadi.
In a message posted on his Facebook wall soon after the incident, Mnangagwa said: "Let us continue to be united and address our differences peacefully".
Locally, the African National Congress (ANC) has condemned the detonation of the explosive device in Zimbabwe and the deadly blast that occurred at a rally in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
"Mrs Chiwenga was slightly injured". Mnangagwa, who had been fired as Mugabe's deputy in a ruling party feud shortly before the power transition, took over with pledges to deliver free and fair elections.
The British Embassy tweeted: "There is no place for any form of political violence in Zimbabwe".