Voters in Botswana continued to line up late Wednesday to cast their ballots even after the polling stations had closed.
Independent Electoral Commission said the voters who managed to make it inside the polling places were being allowed to cast their ballots but those outside, even those in the lines, would not be allowed to vote.
The results will be announced within two days, the IEC said.
The Botswana Democratic Party, which has ruled the diamond-rich southern African nation since gaining independence from Britain in 1966, is facing a strong challenge from the opposition Umbrella for Democratic Change coalition, led by Duma Boko. read more >>>