THIS WEEK IN PICTURES: Everyday lives of people
Roast maize vendors and other types of hawkers have now massed into Harare's central business district to operate from pavements and shop fronts despite efforts by Municipality of Harare clear the streets. – (Picture by Believe Nyakudjara)

THIS WEEK IN PICTURES: Everyday lives of people

The Sunday Visual News capture scenes of the various lives in and around Zimbabwe

Mrs Chipo Dhwiwayo and her twelve months old twins Rumbidzai and Rutendo look helplessly as their house is demolished by the City of Harare at Danstun Squatter Camp this week - Picture by Kudakwashe Hunda
Mrs Chipo Dhwiwayo and her twelve months old twins Rumbidzai and Rutendo look helplessly as their house is demolished by the City of Harare at Danstun Squatter Camp this week – Picture by Kudakwashe Hunda
A Harare City Health Promotions Officer Mr Nigel James conducts a deadly disease awareness campaign to Hopely residents following the outbreak of typhoid in the suburb recently - Picture: Kudakwashe Hunda
A Harare City Health Promotions Officer Mr Nigel James conducts a deadly disease awareness campaign to Hopely residents following the outbreak of typhoid in the suburb recently – Picture: Kudakwashe Hunda
A family watches as their house is demolished by the City of Harare at Danstun illegal settlement this week -Picture: Kudakwashe Hunda
A family watches as their house is demolished by the City of Harare at Danstun illegal settlement this week -Picture: Kudakwashe Hunda
Rural Development, Preservation and Promotion of Culture and Heritage Minister Abednico Ncube addresses delegates while flanked by the visiting Chinese Deputy Minister of Culture Mr Ding Wei (centre) and Chinese Ambassador to Zimbabwe Mr Huang Ping in Harare on Friday. Picture: Tawanda Mudimu
Rural Development, Preservation and Promotion of Culture and Heritage Minister Abednico Ncube addresses delegates while flanked by the visiting Chinese Deputy Minister of Culture Mr Ding Wei (centre) and Chinese Ambassador to Zimbabwe Mr Huang Ping in Harare on Friday. Picture: Tawanda Mudimu
A vendor sells fish on the dusty streets of Hopely this week despite the presence of Harare City Health promotion officers giving awareness on the outbreak of typhoid in the suburb - Picture: Kudakwashe Hunda
A vendor sells fish on the dusty streets of Hopely this week despite the presence of Harare City Health promotion officers giving awareness on the outbreak of typhoid in the suburb – Picture: Kudakwashe Hunda
A community health worker Mr Shame Mashonganyika distributes aquatablets to Hopely residents on Friday following a reported case of tyhoid outbreak in the suburb - Picture: Kudakwashe Hunda
A community health worker Mr Shame Mashonganyika distributes aquatablets to Hopely residents on Friday following a reported case of tyhoid outbreak in the suburb – Picture: Kudakwashe Hunda
Harare City Football Club players lead from the front in cleaning the streets of Harare during a cleanup campaign at Charge Office Bus Terminus in the capital on Friday Picture: Beauty Muchakazi
Harare City Football Club players lead from the front in cleaning the streets of Harare during a cleanup campaign at Charge Office Bus Terminus in the capital on Friday Picture: Beauty Muchakazi
Residents of Glenview 8 fetch water as they prepare for a dry weekend to pave way for repairs and maintenance at the Morton Jeffrey Water Works. Picture: Munyaradzi Chamalimba
Residents of Glenview 8 fetch water as they prepare for a dry weekend to pave way for repairs and maintenance at the Morton Jeffrey Water Works. Picture: Munyaradzi Chamalimba
Residents of Glenview 8 fetch water as they prepare for a dry weekend to pave way for repairs and maintenance at the Morton Jeffrey Water Works. Picture: Munyaradzi Chamalimba
Residents of Glenview 8 fetch water as they prepare for a dry weekend to pave way for repairs and maintenance at the Morton Jeffrey Water Works. Picture: Munyaradzi Chamalimba
Residents of Glenview 8 fetch water as they prepare for a dry weekend to pave way for repairs and maintenance at the Morton Jeffrey Water Works. Picture: Munyaradzi Chamalimba
Residents of Glenview 8 fetch water as they prepare for a dry weekend to pave way for repairs and maintenance at the Morton Jeffrey Water Works. Picture: Munyaradzi Chamalimba
Hundreds of people who moved from the demolished houses along Airport Road wait for the allocation of stands at Stoneridge farm on Friday - Picture: Kudakwashe Hunda
Hundreds of people who moved from the demolished houses along Airport Road wait for the allocation of stands at Stoneridge farm on Friday – Picture: Kudakwashe Hunda
Hundreds of people who moved from the demolished houses along Airport Road wait for their turn to be allocated of stands at Stoneridge farm on Friday - Picture: Kudakwashe Hunda
Hundreds of people who moved from the demolished houses along Airport Road wait for their turn to be allocated of stands at Stoneridge farm on Friday – Picture: Kudakwashe Hunda
Mrs Nyarai Moyo (kneeling) and Mrs Patience Sawasawa prepare food in the open at their newly allocated stand at Stoneridge Farm in Harare on Friday. Picture: Kudakwashe Hunda
Mrs Nyarai Moyo (kneeling) and Mrs Patience Sawasawa prepare food in the open at their newly allocated stand at Stoneridge Farm in Harare on Friday. Picture: Kudakwashe Hunda
Roast maize vendors and other types of hawkers have now massed into Harare's central business district to operate from pavements and shop fronts despite efforts by Municipality of Harare clear the streets. – (Picture by Believe Nyakudjara)
Roast maize vendors and other types of hawkers have now massed into Harare’s central business district to operate from pavements and shop fronts despite efforts by Municipality of Harare clear the streets. – (Picture by Believe Nyakudjara)
Despite Police efforts to get rid of the notorious pirate taxis known as “mushika-shika” operating in the capital city, the operators continue go about their dangerous and illegal business. – (Picture by Believe Nyakudjara)
Despite Police efforts to get rid of the notorious pirate taxis known as “mushika-shika” operating in the capital city, the operators continue go about their dangerous and illegal business. – (Picture by Believe Nyakudjara)
President Mugabe launches the book “Julius Nyerere: Asante Sana, Thank You”, a dedication to the late former president of Tanzania at State House in Harare yesterday. Looking on are First Lady Amai Grace Mugabe, co-editors - Snezana Korica (extreme left) and Phyllis Johnson. Picture: Tawanda Mudimu)
President Mugabe launches the book “Julius Nyerere: Asante Sana, Thank You”, a dedication to the late former president of Tanzania at State House in Harare yesterday. Looking on are First Lady Amai Grace Mugabe, co-editors – Snezana Korica (extreme left) and Phyllis Johnson. Picture: Tawanda Mudimu)
This locked City of Harare water tap in Hopely can only be accessed by residents upon payment of a monthly fee of us$5. There is a reported case of typhoid outbreak in this new suburb as the majority of the residents who cannot afford City of Harare water resort to unprotected sources. Picture: Kudakwashe Hunda
This locked City of Harare water tap in Hopely can only be accessed by residents upon payment of a monthly fee of us$5. There is a reported case of typhoid outbreak in this new suburb as the majority of the residents who cannot afford City of Harare water resort to unprotected sources. Picture: Kudakwashe Hunda

Roast maize vendors and other types of hawkers have now massed into Harare's central business district to operate from pavements and shop fronts despite efforts by Municipality of Harare clear the streets. – (Picture by Believe Nyakudjara)
Roast maize vendors and other types of hawkers have now massed into Harare’s central business district to operate from pavements and shop fronts despite efforts by Municipality of Harare clear the streets. – (Picture by Believe Nyakudjara)

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