The BBC has details.
An independent monitoring group says opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai got 49% of the vote – just short of the 50% needed to avoid a run-off.
Official presidential results have not been published, but Mr Tsvangirai’s party says he won and the delay is to allow the outcome to be rigged.
The count so far:
Justice Minister Patrick Chinamasa, one of Mugabe’s closest allies, and the public affairs minister lost their seats.