A large banner featuring Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa hangs from a rundown apartment block in Mbare. This is a poor suburb of Harare. It serves to encourage voters to give the 80-year-old another term. According to Reuters, the artwork overlooks an unpaved road — part of it submerged by sewage surging from a broken pipe — lined with vendors selling charcoal for cooking stacked in empty paint cans for $1 apiece. Zimbabwe is battling economic troubles and many in the southern African country are pinning their hopes for a better future on Wednesday’s presidential election. The vote — for which 6.6 million Zimbabweans are registered — is predicted to be divisive.Urban areas have in recent years been opposition strongholds and Mbare, the city’s oldest suburb, is considered a battleground.