Political parties and candidates taking part in next month's election in Zimbabwe will sign a peace pledge today, days after an explosion at a campaign rally killed two people.
Nearly 50 others were injured in the blast in the country's second city, Bulawayo.
President Emmerson Mnangagwa narrowly escaped unharmed but his two vice-presidents were among those hurt.
Signatories of the pledge at a ceremony in the capital, Harare, will promise to use legal methods to resolve disputes.
The election, 30 July, will be Zimbabwe's first poll since Robert Mugabe was ousted in November after nearly forty years in power.