Votes are being counted in Mozambique's general election, which is testing a fragile peace deal that helped end decades of conflict.
President Filipe Nyusi from the ruling Frelimo party is expected to win a second term.
His main challenger is Ossufo Momade of the Renamo party.
But allegations of rigged voting have marred the polls and Nyusi’s mandate to govern.
Al Jazeera's Malcolm Webb reports from the capital, Maputo.