Zimbabwe's ruling ZANU-PF party has won over 50% of seats in parliament, according to the country's electoral commission on Wednesday.
The official results showed President Emmerson Mnangagwa's ZANU-PF won the parliamentary election with 109 seats against 41 for the opposition Movement for Democratic Change (MDC). Another 58 seats are still to be announced.
The House of Assembly of Parliament has 210 seats and ZANU-PF would need to win 30 more to have a two-thirds majority that would allow it to change the constitution at will.
Voters pick a presidential candidate based on their party affiliation and the trend in the parliamentary election was expected to continue when results for the president are announced this week.
Just one day before the results, the opposition accused the electoral commission of deliberately delaying results in ZANU-PF's favor.
On Tuesday, senior MDC official Tendai Biti said party leader Nelson Chamisa had won the presidential race and alleged that the authorities were delaying the publication of results.
Even though the election passed off peacefully, several water cannon trucks patrolled outside the central Harare headquarters of the MDC as its red-shirted supporters danced in the streets.