Zimbabwe's President Emmerson Mnangagwa says elections will go ahead as planned on 30 July, despite yesterday's attempt on his life.
Forty-one people were injured in the blast at a rally in the city of Bulawayo, which occurred close to President Mnangagwa as he was leaving the stage.
The vote is the first since Robert Mugabe was ousted and Mnangagwa has vowed they will be peaceful.
Opposition leader Nelson Chamisa also condemned the attack, saying any political violence was "totally unacceptable".
Those hurt included two vice-presidents, the Zanu-PF party chairwoman, members of a state TV crew and security personnel.
Source: Radio Pakistan