THIS WEEK IN PICTURES
Sisters Chenesai(left) and Tinotenda Chikumbo having their faces painted at Longcheng Plaza Amusement Park in Harare - Picture by Kudakwashe Hunda

THIS WEEK IN PICTURES

Zimpapers Visual News team collection of photography taken around Zimbabwe this past week

Touts hand precariously as they negotiate with a haulage truck driveron behalf long distance travelers for a fee along the Harare Masvingo highway in Harare this week. - Picture:  Munyaradzi Chamalimba
Touts hand precariously as they negotiate with a haulage truck driveron behalf long distance travelers for a fee along the Harare Masvingo highway in Harare this week. – Picture: Munyaradzi Chamalimba
Contractors work on Cecil John Rhodes Road at Southview Park suburb, Fidelity Life's new housing project along the Harare-Masving highway in Harare this week. - Picture: Munyaradzi Chamalimba
Contractors work on Cecil John Rhodes Road at Southview Park suburb, Fidelity Life’s new housing project along the Harare-Masving highway in Harare this week. – Picture: Munyaradzi Chamalimba
Members of the Newly launched Zimba265 formerly Cross Boarder Traders Association Mrs Angeline Kamonera(left) and Mrs Esther Chiurure follow proceedings at a meeting held in Chitungwiza yesterday to chart the way forward following the ban on the importation of basic commodities and furniture by the government  - Picture by Kudakwashe Hunda
Members of the Newly launched Zimba265 formerly Cross Boarder Traders Association Mrs Angeline Kamonera(left) and Mrs Esther Chiurure follow proceedings at a meeting held in Chitungwiza yesterday to chart the way forward following the ban on the importation of basic commodities and furniture by the government – Picture by Kudakwashe Hunda
Scenes from the Air Force Commander shooting competition finals in Harare last Friday. - Picture: John Manzongo
Scenes from the Air Force Commander shooting competition finals in Harare last Friday. – Picture: John Manzongo
Mrs Eunice Kamusasa risk being run over by vehicles as she crosses the Harare - Mutare highway carrying firewood in Headlands. The Majority of the country 's rural  population use firewood as a source of energy due to the unavailability of electricity - Picture by Kudakwashe Hunda
Mrs Eunice Kamusasa risk being run over by vehicles as she crosses the Harare – Mutare highway carrying firewood in Headlands. The Majority of the country ‘s rural population use firewood as a source of energy due to the unavailability of electricity – Picture by Kudakwashe Hunda
Trish Katerere risk being run over by vehicles as she crosses the busy Harare-Mutare Highway carrying firewood in Headlands recently - Picture: Kudakwashe Hunda
Trish Katerere risk being run over by vehicles as she crosses the busy Harare-Mutare Highway carrying firewood in Headlands recently – Picture: Kudakwashe Hunda
Sisters Chenesai(left) and Tinotenda Chikumbo having their faces painted at Longcheng Plaza Amusement Park in Harare   - Picture by Kudakwashe Hunda
Sisters Chenesai(left) and Tinotenda Chikumbo having their faces painted at Longcheng Plaza Amusement Park in Harare – Picture by Kudakwashe Hunda
Vendors display their horticulture produce from their gardens in Domboshava along Chinhoyi Street in Harare  recently - Picture: Kudakwashe Hunda
Vendors display their horticulture produce from their gardens in Domboshava along Chinhoyi Street in Harare recently – Picture: Kudakwashe Hunda
Gabriel Nyakabau (in red shirt) and Takudzwa Fombe entertain people with his bicycle riding tactics along Robert Mugabe Road in Harare recently.  -  Picture: Kudakwashe Hunda
Gabriel Nyakabau (in red shirt) and Takudzwa Fombe entertain people with his bicycle riding tactics along Robert Mugabe Road in Harare recently. – Picture: Kudakwashe Hunda
Following loss of lives by pedestrians due to carelessness by some motorists, particularly commuter omnibus operators, Police and Council have intensified efforts to stop motorists from using undesignated pick up points in the CBD. Here, a passenger disembark from a private car ignoring a no hitch-hiking sign at Girls High School in Harare this week. - Picture: Memory Mangombe
Following loss of lives by pedestrians due to carelessness by some motorists, particularly commuter omnibus operators, Police and Council have intensified efforts to stop motorists from using undesignated pick up points in the CBD. Here, a passenger disembark from a private car ignoring a no hitch-hiking sign at Girls High School in Harare this week. – Picture: Memory Mangombe
Contractors instal solar street lights along Samora Machel in Harare this week. - Picture: Memory Mangombe
Contractors instal solar street lights along Samora Machel in Harare this week. – Picture: Memory Mangombe
Following loss of lives by pedestrians due to carelessness by some motorists, particularly commuter omnibus operators, Police and Council have intensified efforts to stop motorists from using undesignated pick up points in the CBD. - Picture: Memory Mangombe
Following loss of lives by pedestrians due to carelessness by some motorists, particularly commuter omnibus operators, Police and Council have intensified efforts to stop motorists from using undesignated pick up points in the CBD. – Picture: Memory Mangombe
Zimba265 formerly Cross boarder Traders Association Leader Mr Killer Zivhu being welcomed by the organisation's members at a meeting held yesterday in Chitungwiza to map the way forward following demonstrations in Beitbridge on the ban on the importation of basic commodities and furniture by the government - Picture by Kudakwashe Hunda
Zimba265 formerly Cross boarder Traders Association Leader Mr Killer Zivhu being welcomed by the organisation’s members at a meeting held yesterday in Chitungwiza to map the way forward following demonstrations in Beitbridge on the ban on the importation of basic commodities and furniture by the government – Picture by Kudakwashe Hunda

Members of the Newly launched Zimba265 formerly Cross Boarder Traders Association follow proceedings at a meeting held in Chitungwiza to chart the way forward following the ban on the importation of basic commodities and furniture by the government and Beitbridge boarder demonstrations  - Picture by Kudakwashe Hunda
Members of the Newly launched Zimba265 formerly Cross Boarder Traders Association follow proceedings at a meeting held in Chitungwiza to chart the way forward following the ban on the importation of basic commodities and furniture by the government and Beitbridge boarder demonstrations – Picture by Kudakwashe Hunda

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