Namibian President Hage Geingob on Monday censured a bomb assault on Zimbabwe President Emmerson Mnangagwa's race rally, saying political savagery would not go on without serious consequences in the Southern African Development Community (SADC).
The SADC is a between legislative association of 16 southern African states. Geingob is as of now the appointee executive of the coalition.
"The main authentic way toward framing an administration ... is by winning tranquil, free and reasonable races," Geingob said. "Such a procedure ought to be regarded in Zimbabwe."
Zimbabwe will hold decisions on July 30.
The impact in Zimbabwe's Bulawayo City on Saturday harmed no less than 41 individuals, including senior authorities going with Mnangagwa, who was safe.
Geingob likewise censured the assault on a June 23 open rally in Ethiopia, where Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed had given a discourse.
"The lead of law ought to win," he said.